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 on: May 19, 2018, 06:41:58 PM 
Started by Szőke Judit - Last post by Jolene
a lovely tutorial, thanks for sharing

 on: May 15, 2018, 01:55:54 PM 
Started by tuffnell glass - Last post by tuffnell glass
   One last reminder that the Devon Bead Fair is in Exeter castle this Sunday.

Yours Sincerely,
Tuffnell Glass

 on: May 14, 2018, 09:11:03 AM 
Started by Maja - Last post by Maja
Kiln for fused glass, lampworking (I used it twice to batch anneal).

It has a ramp up and ramp down programme (very easy to use).

Full instruction leaflet included.

Only fired twice (I have a small SC2 Paragon in my studio, this was my spare kiln).

Very reluctant sale!

Due to our childís increasing disability and the size of the equipment he requires I will be selling off all my spare lampworking equipment as soon as I get a chance to take photos and list it (2 oxycons, at least 10 torches, extractor, etc.). Please check back regularly, I'll be putting it all up over the next few days.

I am coming to the Flame Off 2018 on Saturday, 2.6.2018. I can deliver any of the equipment there if that makes it easier for you.

Otherwise, collection in person due to size and weight.

If you wish to arrange and pay for your own collection/delivery I will happily pass it on to the delivery company, but the risk of damage whilst in transport is yours. Having said that, I will make certain it is very well packaged in the safety wrapping and fits snuggly in it's own original box (as you can see, I've taken detailed photos, you can pass these on to the delivery company for damages if anything goes wrong).

Cash on collection or paypal friends&family would be greatly appreciated, many thanks.

Photos are on the ebay listing:

 on: May 13, 2018, 08:54:12 PM 
Started by Moira HFG - Last post by Moira HFG
A rare find, with lots of extras.

Good luck!

 on: May 13, 2018, 02:28:25 PM 
Started by Laura S - Last post by Laura S
I'm having problems slumping uses a candle bridge mould - my slumped piece keeps coming out slighlt wonky. I have tried marking the middle of the glass and the middle of the mould and then lining up the two marks, but I'm still getting wonky results. Everything else is fine, just slightly wonky. What am I doing wrong?
I'm firing in a Kilncare  Profuser with the following programme:

167d to 682d hold 1 hour 30 mins
Full to 482d hold 1 hour
56d to 371

Any advice would be gratefully received.

 on: May 13, 2018, 09:13:46 AM 
Started by Laura S - Last post by Laura S
Thank you.

 on: May 13, 2018, 12:10:06 AM 
Started by Laura S - Last post by Zeldazog
Hi Laura

Just to let you know that you cannot add photos directly to the forum due to storage capacity - you can insert them from external sources, check out this topic

You might want to add the link to your Ebay posting to your post, people can check out the listing that way (and I can also let people know on fusing Facebook groups as well, always looking for kilns over there)

 on: May 11, 2018, 07:56:21 AM 
Started by Laura S - Last post by Laura S
Selling my beloved Skutt Firebox as I have upgraded to a larger kiln and don't have room for it anymore. It is just under 5 years old and has been a faithful and reliable servant.

There is some wear and tear to the external lid of the kiln, but the firing chamber is in near perfect condition. It measures W65cm x H50cm (70cm with stand) x D65cm, with a firing chamber of 36cm square and 17cm deep. The shelf is 35cm square. It needs to be housed in a space approx 1m square. It weighs approx 55kg, so will need two people to lift it to take away, but it will easily fit in the back of a car, with the seats down.

 It fires to a maximum temperature of 870d and costs on average 90p /firing. The easy to use programmer has 3 preset firing programmes and a further 5 (each with 8 segments) that you can customise yourself. It plugs into a normal household socket.

Probably being a bit dim but I couldn't work out how to add pictures, but I can easily send some.

Looking for about £450, but any reasonable offer accepted. Prefer payment via PayPal, but bank transfer fine too. Collection only - I'm based just outside Norwich, but frequently travel to Warwickshire and Essex, so could deliver to these areas. I've also listed the kiln on eBay. (

 on: May 06, 2018, 08:19:11 PM 
Started by weejane - Last post by weejane
 I bought my flame off weekend pass and a ticket for the Friday afternoon encasing class ages ago but I can no longer make it. These cost £115 all in but if someone could use them Iím willing to accept any sensible offers. Please pm me.

 on: May 03, 2018, 09:46:13 AM 
Started by tuffnell glass - Last post by tuffnell glass
        We will be attending The Devon Bead Fair on Sunday 20th May (2 weeks ) Its a great day out held in the Exeter Castle and lots of great traders will be attending but the best there will of course be us . We will be demonstrating and selling all our glass and tools so if you want to pre-order and collect your order free of delivery charges you can order on the website and use the "collect at Devon Bead Fair" option so that it is postage free .

We will need all your orders in by Friday 18th noon please as we will be travelling all day Saturday to get down to Devon and through passport control. The Bead fair is open from 10-4 on Sunday and the postcode is EX4 3PU , you can see more details and buy advance tickets at

See you there.

Best wishes ,

Tuffnell Glass

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