Ceramics Supplies - Equipment

Making pottery requires a lot of equipment. Sort through various ceramics supplies quickly and easily here. Get valuable pottery equipment tips and advice.



List of Helpful Pottery Equipment


(Click on a highlighted link to learn more about that item)

1) Ceramic Kiln

2) Pottery Wheel

3) Slab Roller

4) Clay Extruder

5) Glaze Mixer

6) Wedging Table

7) Pug Mill


As long as you have a wheel and a kiln you can make pottery. However, depending upon what you want to make will determine the other equipment you will need.

For example- If you are throwing solely on the wheel, you do not need a slab roller.

If you are using only store bought clay and not recycling any of your wasted clay, you do not need a pug mill.

If you are using smaller amounts of commercial glazes, you do not need a glaze mixer.

Finally, if you throw in a seated position, you do not need a pottery wheel leg extension.

See this article for ideas about how to find used pottery equipment.


Again, for detailed information on specific equipment and how it is used click on the highlighted name of the equipment in the above list. Thanks for visiting, and Happy Potting.



Return From Ceramics Supplies
To Pottery on the Wheel Home

New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.



Learn Right
The First Time

My paperback Bestseller,
Pottery on the Wheel for Beginners


is a complete beginners guide
to learning pottery.

It will take you from
never having touched clay
to creating finished pottery
you can use every day.
Also read it on Kindle



Featured Pages

If you love mugs you'll find pottery coffee mugs galore, tips, pics, and more.


Mug Love


how to make pottery getting started


Ceramics Supplies


ceramic bird houses


Ceramic Bird Houses


Electric pottery wheel


Choose Your Wheel


Thank you so much for
visiting my website!

Discover How I Made It!

Happy Potting!

- Steve

This website was created by Steve McDonald. He is a writer, self-taught web designer, and lover of all things pottery. Connect with him on Google Plus.