Sites listed here will offer information on the art and craft of working primarily with Stoneware. Sites will be non-commercial and may include artists' portfolios and galleries, studios, education and resources.

Stoneware is a category of clay and a type of ceramic distinguished primarily by its firing and maturation temperature (from about 1200°C to 1315 °C).

It is usually coloured grey or brownish because of impurities in the clay used for its manufacture, and is normally glazed".

Pottery (i.e. made from clay) which has been fired at a higher temperature than earthenware. The temperature is high enough to partially vitrify the materials and make the ware impervious to liquids even when unglazed.

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Clay Turtle Pottery
A working studio and gallery exhibiting works of local artists, Mansfield Texas
Claymakins' Pottery Studio
Stoneware for home décor, functional pottery, garden art, and works of whimsy. Includes gallery, about the artist and contact information.
Dr Onur Torun Ceramics
Gallery of artworks and price list.
Lindgren Pottery
Handmade stoneware and raku pottery, tiles and basins. Functional pots for the kitchen, table, and garden in addition to sculptural pieces.
Something Southern Pottery
Functional, wheel-thrown, stoneware pottery. Most forms are drawn from Southern Folk pottery traditions.
Wikipedia - Stoneware
Encyclopedia article describes the ceramic material and its firing and maturation temperature.
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