What kind of stamp should you order? Wood or Signature Writer Surface?
Your initials in a custom clay stamp tool.
Stock stamp being used in marking soft clay. Our clay stamps are made using a laser to cut detailed and deep designs into the tool. All our stamps, stock or made from your design, make crisp clear marks clay with good depth to the mark. You will find these stamps far superior to rubber stamps, these are made specific for the embossing of clay - both PMC jewelery clay and water based clay for wheel or hand building. With pottery clays I recommend a drying period after working on the wheel to allow the clay to firm before using the stamp to mark the clay. In my own work on the wheel, I leave the piece lightly covered with plastic overnight and then trim and mark with the stamp tool. Each studio & clay has different drying times, so it is best to practice with your clay a little before you use stamps on a finished piece.
Here is what other customers are saying about custom made clay stamps from Socwell LLC..."They arrived safely today. Very pleased with them absolutely excellent. Thank you for the excellent and swift service."
- Colin Knightley, Lightcliffe, United Kingdom
"I love my new stamps and have long forgotten my hand carved plaster stamp I've been using for years! Thank you."
- Caren Helm, PIZZAZZ Pottery, Fairhaven, VT, USA
"Just wanted to let you know that the stamp you made for me got here safe and sound. I'm super happy with the quality and thank you so much for the fast turn around!"
- Sherry Kirk, La Center, WA, USA
"Received the two new stamps. Awesome as the others. Thanks"
- Chuck Iker, Iker Bonsai Pottery, Batavia, OH, USA
"We just ordered 1" custom logos from a graphic/jpeg I created. Great service & attention to detail. Committing to our logo like this is a big step in terms of professional branding.
4clay was the right company to handle the small (yet important) details. They get it."
- Thanks! Kate & Al Spirit Line Pottery
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