INTO THE KILN: It's not clay but enamel on copper that Mrs. James D. Corfield, jr., is putting into the kiln to fire at 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit. Enameling on copper is one of the skills learned in the metalcraft class where students learn to shape, hammer and decorate metal into household articles. Small items being fired above will be enamel earrings. There also are ceramics classes where students work with clay.
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