Bauer Pottery Company of Los Angeles

Bauer Pottery Company of Los Angeles
Bauer Pottery Company of Los Angeles is listed in the Pottery Wholesale & Manufacturers category in Los Angeles, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Bauer Pottery Company of Los Angeles which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bauer Pottery Company of Los Angeles on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 100.

Contact information for Bauer Pottery Company of Los Angeles is:
3051 Rosslyn St
Los Angeles, CA 90065
(818) 500-0666

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Bauer Pottery Company of Los Angeles has an overall ZapScore of 100. This means that Bauer Pottery Company of Los Angeles has a higher ZapScore than 100% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Los Angeles, California is 31 and in the Pottery Wholesale & Manufacturers category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Bauer Pottery added 2 new photos.
The image on the left shows the pottery after it has been glazed and moved into our kiln. The image on the right shows the pottery just after the kiln has been opened after a firing this weekend. Did the color of that purple pitcher surprise you? It is actually the Russel Wright Granite. The only two colors in our collection that must be fired separately are Poppy Red and Bauer Orange. These two glazes are fired at a cooler temperature than the rest of the glazes; by 25 degrees less. Does anyone what to guess the temperature was for this firing that occurred over the weekend?

Stop by tomorrow between 10:00 am and 5:00 pm! We did some redecorating inside and opened up more space for you to shop. Do not forget, NEXT WEEKEND is our Annual Dog Days Event! We will post information on our page on Monday regarding the event and times for next weekend.

Do you see those brown colored spikes (some look melted and bent over) in the middle of the image? Those are #pyrometriccones also called #witnesscones and help us keep track of the temperature of the kiln as it fires the pottery. Each cone is rated for a different temperature and will bend when the temperature is reached. These are placed at several locations in the kiln and are beneficial in identifying areas of the kiln that may not be firing correctly. Even though many kilns are computerized now, these cones are very helpful. #nationalclayweek2017

Have you ever wondered what the three tiny spots were on the bottom of your Bauer pottery? Those are stilt marks and are used to keep the pottery up and off of the kiln shelf as it fires in the kiln. When glazed pottery is firing, it will become tacky and will glow like molten glass in the kiln. At this point, the glaze will stick to anything and everything around it and the stilts become very important. After the pottery has fired, the tiny stilt marks are ground down and the final inspection occurs before shipping.

Bauer Pottery added 3 new photos.
Once the pottery has passed inspection with our finishers, it is brought upstairs to be loaded into our large gas kiln for the bisque fire. In this state, pottery can touch other pottery, and stack on top of each other. A large bisque can hold up to 1,200 pieces during one firing. Weather can cause problems for ceramic artists, and our production is no exception. During the winter months, clay takes longer to dry completely before it is bisque fired due to more moisture in the air; especially during last winter and our usual rains. If a piece is too wet when it is fired it can explode in the kiln from trapped moisture turning into steam. In the summer month, when we reach temperatures over 125 degrees inside the building, it takes longer for our kilns to cool down before we can open the doors. One thing is known for certain though, never rush the pottery!

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Stop by @bauerpottery for Dog Days of Fall, today & tomorrow, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., & get your dog's photo taken fo…