Jack Richeson Large Pottery Loops
Spring-tempered steel shapes set in thick, tapered, short wooden handles. Use them to trim or refine the shape and control the wall thickness on greenware. Pottery loops are usually used for removing clay from hand-built or wheel-thrown clay and ceramics. These tools feature large loops, whereas you may use smaller, often double-ended, ribbon tools for more detailed work.
Wire loop tools are also great for scraping work in encaustic painting.
These clay trimming tools are approximately 5″ long.
- #1 – 1/2″ Wide Triangle
- #7 – 1″ Wide Triangle
- #8 – 1 3/4″ Wide Triangle
- (Other shapes by special order)
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