Southern hospitality. . .one pottery mug at a time!
Per the website: Located in the U.S.A., we have handcrafted tools for the Ceramic Arts for over 50 years. Here at Kemper, we have employees that have been here for over 30 years. Today that says something. Each employee takes great pride in the quality of their work. Rewarded for quality, safety, and even birthdays Kemper has proven to be a successful family environment in which everyone thrives. Kemper truly is “The American Dream”.It all started in 1947, a friend asked Jack Kemper to make a tool for his class. Jack made his first ceramic tool in his garage in California. As you can guess, soon everyone wanted one of these tools. The first tool was functional and well constructed. However, Jack was just not satisfied and took his simple design and improved it with the intent of making it comfortable in the hand of the artist as well as a nice looking tool.
According to Dirty Girls’ website: These ain't your granny's pottery tools or a bunch of mass-produced junk that falls apart after five uses. We take our tools seriously by using quality components meant to last in your studio environment. Designed by a woman who loves clay, smart tools, ergonomics, and a little tongue-in-cheek humor, we know you'll love them too.
Per the website:
WELCOME TO XIEM TOOLS USA!
At Xiem we are committed to developing the highest quality tools, competitively priced, and with the best service possible. Every Xiem Studio tool offers a simple solution and creative purpose – we are focused on good design, made with intention and quality execution without compromise. Xiem Tools are the new essentials and the premier choice for clay artists.
Per the website: About Skutt Ceramic Products
In 1953 father/son team, Ralph and Neil Skutt, manufactured the industry’s first multi-sided hobby kiln in Olympia, Washington under the name “Skutt & Sons”.
A lot has changed over the last 60 + years. Kiln companies have come and gone, new clay bodies and glazes are constantly being developed that demand greater firing precision, and automatic controllers are quickly replacing the once cutting edge KilnSitter.
We realize that every object placed in a Skutt kiln has value. It could be a child’s horse that looks more like a dog or a master potters $20,000 commissioned sculpture. Both of these artists are counting on our kiln to do it’s job ..and we d
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