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Re: Glazing wind chimes...?


From: The Austin's (whest177_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Feb 23 2002 - 07:25:05 PST

I purchased 2 bead trees several years ago for this purpose. The bead tree
is made of some sort of clay (similiar to stilts) and a special high temp
wire balances on the two sections. The clay pieces have a hole in them and
they dangle from the wire. Does this make any sense? You can find them in
the art supply catalogs.
> Seems anything you'd use to prop one side off the kiln shelf it would
> to, or gravity and heat would see the glaze slide/drip off. Any secrets
> here? I'm sure its simple, and maybe that's my problem! hee hee
> -Larry

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