“Helping open almost 400 paint your own pottery studios is tough work,” said Connie Speer, pottery and glass consultant at American Ceramic Supply. “But I love my job and I love my customers. I help them choose products, from kilns through brushes, color and bisque, based on quality of the line, customer service from the manufacturer, and pricing.
“We've been selling and servicing Paragon Kilns for almost 34 years,” said Connie, “because they are simply one of the very best brands on the market. The entire crew at Paragon is fantastic, helping us by having superior lines and backing up the product. When one of my customers chooses a Paragon Kiln, I know they are getting a fabulous kiln at a great price, and they will be happy with it for years to come. Thank you, Paragon. You help make my job easier!”
Paragon kilns are ideal for the busy CCSA studio. You will love the digital controller. Set cone number, firing speed, and turn on the kiln. You can take care of your customers while the kiln works in the background.
Compare prices. Paragon offers the best value in top-loading kilns on a cost per cubic foot basis.
Most Paragon top-loading kilns feature a top row of 2” high blank wall bricks. This prevents brick damage when you lean on the kiln during loading. Paragon kilns use heavy, industrial elements for long life.
For more information, see your local Paragon distributor.
Consultant Connie Speer, left, and owner Michele Harmon at The Bisque House - Pottery, Glass and Art Studio in the historic distinct of Granbury, Texas. Paragon kilns, left to right: Ovation-10, TnF-28-3, and Janus-27.