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Deborah Baynes Pottery Course on Video!

and on fully interactive DVD!



DVD Sample Clips

Forming a Bottle Sample Here (windows media player) 5 minute clip

Forming a Bowl Sample Here (windows media player) 5 minute clip

This visual demonstration brings together all of the experience and techniques that Deborah teaches on her courses.  All of it explained in minute detail and with each move filmed from different angles, including the potter's eye view.

Nearly 4 hours of detailed throwing tuition from clay preparation to more advanced projects, including a few short cuts, hot tips and cheating!

Aspiring throwers will find that this is easily the most useful tool that they have ever bought.

Cost: 33.00 (Including 1.50 packaging and shipping)

Overseas: 35.00 Must pay in GBP via a U.K. Bank



(Currently PAL video format only.)

To order send a cheque payable to "Deborah Baynes" for 33.00 (includes p&p in UK) to:-
Nether Hall
Main Road, Shotley,
Ipswich IP9 1PW.


Video and DVD Contents:

  • Kneading and clay structure

  • Tools and how they are used

  • Centering and coning

  • Opening out

  • Pulling up

  • Cutting off with a wire

  • Sections through cylinder

  • Using cut profiles and how to make them

  • Throwing a jug

  • Forming a spout

  • Throwing a bottle Sample Here

  • Throwing a storage jar

  • Fixing a bat

  • Throwing a casserole dish

  • Throwing a bowl Sample Here

  • Moving with paper to prevent distortion

  • Throwing a variety of different lids

  • Throwing a seating for a lid

  • Throwing a plate

  • Making your own turning tools

  • Turning the base of a large bowl

  • Making a pulled handle for a lid

  • Turning a lid and throwing a knob

  • Pulling handles in a variety of ways

  • Making wire-cut handles

  • Making a teapot from start to finish

Rave Reviews!

Review taken from the Scottish Potters Newsletter

Review taken from Ceramic Review Issue 172


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