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What inexpensive 120 volt kiln do you recommend for small jewelry, silver clay, and ceramics?

We recommend the FireFly Digital and Caldera, which will both fire glass jewelry, silver clay, and ceramics, including porcelain and stoneware.

The main differences between the two kilns:

The Caldera lid and bottom are separate from the kiln so that you can add collars to expand the kiln. For instance, you could add a collar with bead door for annealing glass beads. The FireFly lid is hinged, and the bottom is built in.

The Caldera is 2” deeper than the FireFly.

The FireFly has a built-in metal stand. Since the Caldera has a separate bottom, the stand is separate, too, and consists of four small firebrick blocks.



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