< p class="rate"> 60,00 USD Add some curb appeal with these unique and stunning house numbers … Include a
doorbell to match!! ➤ ➤ ➤ As Included in Woman’s Day Magazine!!
These house numbers are handmade with durable dark red stoneware clay & glazed in my rustic Aqua Mist to give it a stunning verdigris patina appearance.
Every one is hand developed with a special slip trailing strategy. The texture beautifully breaks through the glaze to reveal the design. Each number has 2 holes so you can quickly connect them to your house with nails or screws. Get some letters & spell your name.
As with all my handmade pottery … every piece has its own unique handcrafted character and may have slightly various sizes, shapes and color variations. I never ever utilize molds and make each, one at a time. I constantly use lead totally free glaze & high fire in my kiln. Each piece is signed Back Bay Pottery and my initials.
The numbers are made with resilient stoneware clay and high fired. They are made to be outside in the components and can hold up against freezing cold or scorching hot temperatures. The color will not fade and they will last many lifetimes (as long as they are not dropped)
They can be installed straight on a stucco, siding, brick or concrete surface.
The easiest method is to trace the numbers on paper first, ensuring to mark the holes which they are centered effectively. Next, place the traced paper on surface where you are going to mount the numbers and mark the holes utilizing a nail, using a level will assist you keep the numbers straight. Pre drill the holes then hand screw the numbers into place. If you screw the numbers into place with a power drill to fast the numbers can break.
< br/ & quot; > Measurements: 5 1/2 & quot; high< br/ > The widths on the numbers are around 4 & quot; & quot; for numbers 0 & 8; & 4; 3 1/2 & quot; for number 2 & 8; 3 & quot; for numbers 3,
5, 6,7 & 9; and 1 1/2 & quot; for number 1. ➤ ➤ THIS IS FOR A SET OF & quot; 4 (4) LETTERS OR NUMBERS & quot;
in & quot; Aqua Mist & quot;
* Does not include hardware. SELECT YOUR NUMBER: Please inform me which number you would like in the & quot; & quot; message to seller & quot; & quot; box at checkout.
… … … … … … … … … … … … … MORE DOORBELLS & HOME NUMBERS HERE ➤ ➤ www.etsy.com/shop/BackBayPottery?section_id=8063428 1 NUMBER
HERE ➤ www.etsy.com/ noting/ 104536758/ house-numbers-modern-pottery-letters
SET OF 2 HERE ➤ www.etsy.com/listing/110616875/outdoor-house-numbers-set-of -2-ceramic SET OF 3
HERE ➤ www.etsy.com/listing/110616400/modern-house-numbers-set-of-3-in-aqua
SET OF 4
HERE ➤ www.etsy.com/listing/104537003/outdoor-house-numbers-set-of-4-aqua-mist SET OF 5 HERE ➤ www.etsy.com/listing/108020145/outdoor-custom-house-numbers-or-letters SET OF 6 HERE ➤ www.etsy.com/listing/ 107750113/ outdoor-ceramic-house-numbers-or-letters for a bigger amount please call me
for a custom-made listing. < br/ > ✦ ✦ SHIPPING ✦ ✦
SHIPS IN 3-4 WEEKS
Examine shop statement and policies for present production times. Please review shop policies before purchasing. www.etsy.com/shop/BackBayPottery/policy SEE PHOTOS OF my slip tracking
technique on my blog: https://www.backbaypottery.com/journal/ 2015/5/21/ making-marks-sliptrailing … … … … … … … … … … … … … WRAPPING-Your products come thoroughly
packaged in a Back Bay Pottery Signature present wrap & a quite string. All set for present offering to yourself or someone you enjoy. … … … … … … … … … … … … … & gt; & gt; & gt; HOW CERAMICS ARE MADE & lt; & gt; & gt; & lt; & lt;< br/ > & lt; & lt; & lt;
1. CLAY BODY IS FORMED
< br/ > A potter can form his product in lots of ways. 2 main ways are wheel throwing or hand building.
2. DRYING -7-10 days. Clay needs to be delegated completely dry before entering into the kiln. If there is moisture left in the clay it might take off in the kiln. The clay shrinks as it dries.
3. SANDING – last complements prior to shooting
4. BISQUE FIRING- 24 hours. Ceramic pottery pieces are put in the kiln for the First firing. This is when the clay is turned into a stone. The kiln takes between 6-8 hours to reach about 1900 degrees. It takes about 12 hours to cool
5. GLAZING -. Glaze can be used in lots of methods, put on, sponged on, painted on, dipped, and sprayed
6. FIRING- 24 hours. The pottery pieces enter the kiln for their last shooting. This time the kiln temperature reaches about 2200 degrees. The glaze turns into a glass like coating and turns into one with the ceramic piece.
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& gt; & gt; & gt;; COPYRIGHT NOTICE & lt; & lt; & lt;
& lt; & lt; & lt; All designs, imaginative content, descriptions and images are © copyright 2011-2016 by Back Bay Pottery – Christine Silbaugh – either registered or unregistered. Offense of this copyright may subject the lawbreaker to civil and/ or criminal prosecution. All rights reserved.