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    Does anyone know where I can sell a pottery kiln with lots and lots of molds?
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    Post it in the classifieds on LM's??
    (Wishing I had money I would say right here right now!)
    Kijiji? Pennysaver?


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    Awe PancakeMom, do you like doing pottery? I had bought the kiln for my mom because her and I use to do it but the kiln never got used...








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    I started pottery at 9 yrs old and used to sell my pieces from the Burlington Cultural Centre. I would throw pots on a wheel...you sound like you have ceramic molds? I like painting them...I don't like keeping them around after but I do enjoy painting. Yes I would so love to do pottery again.


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    Yes sorry the molds are ceramic. They came with the kiln (I bought it out of a tri ad)
    Well if you decide you want it let me know, I don't think its moving out of the garage any time soon..
    Oh and it's got the same plug in as a dryer so hooking it up could be difficult.








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    Nope not difficult I've installed those outlets before. (don't ask)

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    My mom is saying $250 for the kiln and moulds. I don't know if thats a good deal or not.. I'm thinking when I bought it was $500 and we never used it.








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    Sounds like a awesome deal. Anyone wanna buy a kiln and let me use it? Anyone???


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    You might get luck contacting the East London Artisans centre - they have potters that meet in there. They might let you put up an ad there.
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