Kemper Clay Tools

Kemper Clay Tools became the name in clay tools by listening and responding to the needs of the artist, teacher, professional, and hobbyist alike, Jack’s ability to adapt to the forever changing field put Kemper on the map as the world’s largest manufacturer of quality ceramic art tools.We grew and grew, expanding throughout the United States and into twenty seven foreign countries. In the early seventies, Kemper MFG. moved to Chino, California. In 1981, Jack Kemper retired selling the company to Kempers’Vice President, Herb Stampfl. Herb, having originally started working at Kemper as an engineer, is the acting President, serves on organizational boards, and still has a hand in designing new tools and innovative products. In 1982 a line of doll making tools was added. Designing tools to fit the needs of doll artists was just the beginning. Needing components to create a doll from start to finish, Kemper added a complete line of accessories.Kemper Clay Tools, great products from a solid company
Kemper Clay Tools became the name in clay tools by listening and responding to the needs of the artist, teacher, professional, and hobbyist alike, Jack’s ability to adapt to the forever changing field put Kemper on the map as the world’s largest manufacturer of quality ceramic art tools.We grew and grew, expanding throughout the United States and into twenty seven foreign countries. In the early seventies, Kemper MFG. moved to Chino, California. In 1981, Jack Kemper retired selling the company to Kempers’Vice President, Herb Stampfl. Herb, having originally started working at Kemper as an engineer, is the acting President, serves on organizational boards, and still has a hand in designing new tools and innovative products. In 1982 a line of doll making tools was added. Designing tools to fit the needs of doll artists was just the beginning. Needing components to create a doll from start to finish, Kemper added a complete line of accessories.Kemper Clay Tools, great products from a solid company
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210-X Classic Sculpture Tool

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Price: $5.21

8R1-X Ribbon Tool 8"

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Price: $2.10

8R3-X Ribbon Tool 8"

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Price: $2.10

8R7-X Ribbon Tool 8"

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Price: $2.10

Bas-X Basic Tool

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Price: $0.72

Chj Cone Holders,Jr.

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Price: $2.02

Chs Cone Holders Std.

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Price: $2.41

Dcs Detail Carving Tool Small

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Price: $2.02

Des-X Doll Eye Setter

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Price: $1.46

Dr4-X Drill Tool 1/4"

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Quantity On Hand: 23

Price: $1.55

Dr5 Drill Tool

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Quantity On Hand: 27

Price: $1.15

Elp Element Pins (12)

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Quantity On Hand: 4

Price: $1.91

Kemper Clay Tools became the name in clay tools by listening and responding to the needs of the artist, teacher, professional, and hobbyist alike, Jack’s ability to adapt to the forever changing field put Kemper on the map as the world’s largest manufacturer of quality ceramic art tools.We grew and grew, expanding throughout the United States and into twenty seven foreign countries. In the early seventies, Kemper MFG. moved to Chino, California. In 1981, Jack Kemper retired selling the company to Kempers’Vice President, Herb Stampfl. Herb, having originally started working at Kemper as an engineer, is the acting President, serves on organizational boards, and still has a hand in designing new tools and innovative products. In 1982 a line of doll making tools was added. Designing tools to fit the needs of doll artists was just the beginning. Needing components to create a doll from start to finish, Kemper added a complete line of accessories.Kemper Clay Tools, great products from a solid company