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Ceramic Products Decorative
Decorative ceramic products are used in many different ways these days. In fact, artistic pottery and clay sculptures are often carved and painted for décor reasons. As you may already know, ceramic products date back many centuries, and have been used around the world by civilizations from long ago. In this day and age, custom porcelain accessories, glass antique lamps, tile planter frames, and stoneware like plates and vases are sold all over the US. Many decorative ceramic products are used for home and garden décor purposes. Professionals often create clay pottery with a wheel, glaze, paint products, and a fire kiln. While many pottery and ceramic art designs are custom, many others are made in a factory setting. This commonly has an impact on the price of each decorative piece. While one individual may be in the market for a large bird sculpture for his or her garden, another person many require an antique porcelain lamp for a living room setting. Fortunately, there is such a broad array of decorative ceramic products created and distributed these days. If you have any art stores nearby, you should consider getting in touch with them to learn more about ceramic products and pottery. You can also get in touch with home and garden centers to obtain more information regarding planter frames, garden statues, and various clay sculptures for home or garden use. This does not take long, and it is a wonderful way to get the information you need. Just be sure to address the decorative ceramic items that interest you.
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2121 N Pulaski Rd, Chicago, IL 60639
(773) 772-5008
De Oro Ceramic Studios
5233 Saint Charles Rd, Berkeley, IL 60163
(708) 240-4815
Penguin Foot Pottery
2514 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 227-3575
Pik A Pot N Paint Inc
915 S York St, Elmhurst, IL 60126
(630) 832-2308
If An Elephant CAN Paint Inc
6677 N Northwest Hwy, Chicago, IL 60631
(773) 467-4595
Ceramic Art Cafe
26 S La Grange Rd Ste 100, La Grange, IL 60525
(708) 579-3033
Sargadelos Ceramics of Spain
735 N La Salle Dr, Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 751-0078
Ceramic Attic Inc The
34 S Prospect Ave, Clarendon Hills, IL 60514
(630) 325-5610
Ceramic Supply Chicago
942 Pitner Ave Ste B, Evanston, IL 60202
(847) 425-1900
MidWest Clay Guild
1236 Sherman Ave, Evanston, IL 60202
(847) 475-9697
House of Italian Ceramic and Tile Inc
1711 Elmhurst Rd, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
(847) 439-4434
Artistica Italian Gallery
990 Green Bay Rd Ste 2a, Winnetka, IL 60093
(847) 446-2916
Fired Works
1813 Saint Johns Ave, Highland Park, IL 60035
(847) 266-1255
Art 4 Soul
18135 Harwood Ave, Homewood, IL 60430
(708) 206-1026
McIntyre Letitia
18357 Homewood Ave, Homewood, IL 60430
(708) 798-3086

Porcelain is a type of high grade ceramic. Ceramic is a brittle, porous material used to make stoneware. People buy porcelain dishes and take ceramic classes. Artists carve clay or shape it on a wheel. Then the design is glazed and fired in a kiln. The result is ceramic lamps, framers and garden accessories. You can find pre-made decorative ceramic pottery in retail stores. Customers can also find unpainted ceramic products and sculptures through wholesale dealers. In some cases, tile companies sell ceramic tile for kitchen floors or backsplash mosaics. Factories make all grades of ceramic with technicians trained in firing clay. You can visit ceramics stores and sign up for a session to paint a small sculpture or vase. You can also learn pottery throwing at a local college. Lastly, you can sign up for ceramic classes as a private art studio. You can find these retail stores and instructors in your phone book or online business directory.
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