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Buff stoneware Clay
Good throwing clay. Enough tooth for large piece. Good Glaze quality. Fires light brown depending on temp and fueltype
BRT Stoneware clay
Buff with coarse sandy texture and trachyte specks.
Beautiful strong plastic body, suitable for hand building and sculpture.
Firing range: 1000-1280°C
% Shrinkage wet to dry: 2.2
% Shrinkage dry to fired: 1.0@1080°C 4.0@1300 °C
Fired colour (oxidation): Dark speckled mottle
Stoneware 33 Clay
Well known for its reduction atmosphere results, Stoneware 33 does the decorating for you. It produces a heavily iron-speckled surface which is magnified by the application of glaze as it bleeds through. A versatile plastic body with lovely throwing properties, also good for hand building applications.
Bisque Orton Cone 06 (1000c)
Glaze Orton Cone 9 to 10 (1280-1300c)Bisque Orton Cone 06 (1000c)
Glaze Orton Cone 9 to 10 (1280-1300c)
Fine white stoneware
FINE WHITE STONEWARE Very high quality white firing clay. Excellent body for throwing functional forms including tableware. Good colour response and glaze fit. White in oxidation, light grey in reduction. Suitable for raw glazing. Bisque 05(1050oC). Glaze Cone 7-10(1215-1280oC).Shrinkage aprox.12%. 80 mesh.
Feeney's Chocolate Brown
Throw, hand build, slab, wood/pit fire, raku, large pots and sculpture. Fires to a beautiful rich chocolate brown at 1200-1240ºC. Recommended bisc fire to 1046ºC Cone 05.
A terracotta clay with the addition of fine 0.5mm grog (fired clay). A very popular clay for school use. Rich terracotta colour. Bisque: 1050ºC Glaze: 1150ºC. 30 mesh