Nadia Khairy says, "For fusing small pieces I use the Caldera but for large pieces I use the new Fusion-14s."
“I live in Cairo, Egypt. I am indeed highly motivated to promote Paragon kilns--not only because of my long experience and the high quality of the kilns but also because of the most friendly assistance of the Paragon team. My first kiln was the Paragon QuickFire, which I bought 20 years ago. I enjoyed it very much. I have the Caldera. Then when I got the project of making replicae church windows, I got two Fusion-14s.
“I fire four times a day for a maximum of 600 paintings and decals. For fusing small pieces I use the Caldera but for large pieces I use the new Fusion-14s.
“I have practically no contact with other artists. My work is mainly for the church and I don’t have the time for fairs. I live in Cairo in the Heliopolis region, which is a modern and elegant part of Cairo, close to the airport.”