Hobby Potter and Artist Resource Page

Working with clay as a hobby is one of the great joys of life. If you can fire your work immediately in your own kiln you have more control and immediate pleasure. Paying a little more for a high quality kiln is worth it in better results, higher satisfaction, and less trouble. Our instruction manual alone is like an education in ceramics.

Priced competitively

  • L&L Kilns give you more for your money
  • Better warranty, ceramic element holders, stronger stands, more serviceable control panels and much more
  • All this for prices that are still affordable on a limited budget


  • Artists are generally very careful with their kilns. Still, it is easy to accidentally bump into the side of the kiln while loading, especially if you do large work. L&L's ceramic element holders can be a real life-saver when that happens.
  • There is simple pleasure in owning a product that is built to last. 

The Best Warranty

  • L&L kilns feature a three-year warranty
  • L&L has the best warranty in the kiln business
  • Our durability and quality control make this possible

Save money on repairs

  • Repairs are less frequent because of the durable ceramic element holders
  • DIY - that is our motto. L&L kilns are designed from the ground up so a non-expert can fix them
  • Change your own elements without damaging the kiln rather than pay $50 to $100 an hour and do it on your schedule
  • With Video-based web support, our extensive Knowledgebase, email and phone support, we are here to help

Choice of Controls

  • The DynaTrol has Four Easy programs and six programs you can program yourself. Get exactly the effects you need.
  • Zone control is fancy - and standard on many of our kilns
  • Want it simplier? Get the Liberty-Belle with a One-Touch™ control with four simple programs

Widest variety of kilns - get the right one for you

  • The Liberty-Belle is a perfect perfect Hobby kiln.
  • More advanced? Get an Easy-Fire
  • Need something small? Get a Doll/Test kiln
  • Doing crystalline glaze. Look at the JH Series Crystalline Kilns
  • Explore the web site for more choices but these are the kilns that are satisfying thousands of hobbyists

Typical Applications

Craft Ceramics

Cone 5-6 is becoming more and more popular in the ceramic world.
L&L makes a very special kiln series just for crystalline glaze ceramics
The Bisque process hardens the ware making it easier to handle without breaking during the glazing process.
China paints are widely used because of their low firing temperature and vast color spectrum. It is typically used as a way to paint pictures on glazed ceramics.
High fire ceramic range
Majolica is a decorated tin-glazed earthenware, low fired and decorated over an opaque tin oxide glaze.
A luster is a metallic based decoration characterized by their iridescent sheen and varying color shades of soft metallic-like hues.
Low-Fire Ceramics is typically fired below about 2000°F (1100°C).
The market for hand-made art tiles is increasing.

Craft Glass

Glass slumping can be done in any of our kiln series.


"I have had several kilns (three other popular brands) and L&L. The L&L is my favorite and I find that the construction of the kiln with the ceramic element holders, better withstands the test of time and use."

Recommended Kilns

The L&L Flagship Kiln: Six popular Easy-Fire models. Multi-Zone control. Sectional. Easy maintenance. Sizes from 2.5 to 10.2 cubic feet. Most models and voltages are Cone 10.
The ideally sized Fuego Craft Kiln reaches Cone 10 with power to spare on a 240 volt 20 amp circuit. Includes simple One-Touch™ program control.
The perfect hobby kiln with a 12 foot long 30 amp cord for plugging into a dryer outlet. One-Touch Simple Control. Cone 10.
A Special Design Just for Crystalline Glaze. Cone 12. Multi-Zone COntrol. Type S Thermocouples. K25 firebrick. Quad elements.
Small Kiln for Hobby Use and Glaze Testing. One-Touch or DynaTrol program controls. Various voltages and amp ratings.