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Heavy Duty Tubular Props
Heavy Duty Tubular Props
Heavy Duty Tubular Props
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CCB Buff Stoneware-Earthenware ClayCCB Buff Stoneware-Earthenware Clay
CCB Buff Stoneware-Earthenware Clay
1120 - 1280°C. General purpose grey clay body suitable for throwing and hand modelling. Pale colour at low temperature gives good colour response with glazes. Total Shrinkage : 13.4% at 1200 C
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Plastic Bucket & Lid
Plastic Bucket & Lid
Bucket & Lid
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£2.28 ex VAT
Castellated Props
Castellated Props
Castellated Prop
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Metal 3 Pointed StiltMetal 3 Pointed Stilt
Metal 3 Pointed Stilt
Metal 3 Pointed Stilt 
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B17C White Stoneware Clay
B17C White Stoneware Clay
METHOD:Throwing, Modelling, Casting COLOUR:Pale Buff TEXTURE:Smooth FIRING RANGE: 1120°c - 1280°c This body is a blend of selected low iron clays providing an ideal background for a decorative approach to stoneware ceramics. Silica sand makes it excellent for throwing too.
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Serrated Edge Steel Clay Scraper SSE
Serrated Edge Steel Clay Scraper SSE
Serrated Edge Steel Clay Scraper SSE
£1.45 inc VAT
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Circular Kiln Shelves
Circular Kiln Shelves
Circular Kiln Shelves For kilns. The lifespan of a kiln shelf depends mainly on the distance between the top edge of the item to be fired and the underside of the kiln shelf above. Generally there should be a distance of at least 25mm. * Please note all new batts should be separated and dried slowing over several hours. Do not exceed 110 degrees C until completely dry. Rapid heating of wet kiln...
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Liquid Brush Wax Emulsion Resist
Liquid Brush Wax Emulsion Resist
Wax Resist (AKA Wax Emulsion) acts to repels glaze from the surface to which it is applied. As the kiln is fired the wax dissipates, leaving the surface beneath as it was prior to firing. It can be applied to unglazed greenware or bisque or it can be applied over previously applied, unfired color. It can be applied with a brush, sponge or spattered. Each method allows the artist to expand the options...
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Flecked Stoneware Clay 1109
Flecked Stoneware Clay 1109
Recommended Firing Range 1150°C-1290°C Produced with our Plastic Blending process Same attractive handling and firing properties as 152-1109 at a more competitive price Firing to light grey with an attractive graded fleck addition There may be some variation in fleck size and/or density from batch to batch due to the nature of the material Q: Can I use items made from your...
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Water Resistant Throwing Batts
Water Resistant Throwing Batts
Bats: These are used for throwing large based ware such as plates and platters. MADE FROM WATER RESISTANT MDF LOOKING AFTER BATTS Clean the board by wiping with a damp cloth or scrubbing with a brush. Do not soak the board or leave it in water for a prolonged period of time. To avoid warping use both sides of the board . Wipe dry, or allow to dry naturally, standing on end. Do not expose to high temperatures...
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Wooden Handled Potters Knife POTK-1
Wooden Handled Potters Knife POTK-1
Wooden Handled Potters Knife POTK/1
£3.88 inc VAT
£3.23 ex VAT

Standard Smooth Red Terracotta 1137
Standard Smooth Red Terracotta 1137
Highly plastic blend of red marls giving a good colour and high fired strength. Attractively priced. Recommended firing range 1040°C-1170°C For more information on this clay, please follow this link: Technical Data Si02% Ti02% AL203% Fe203% MnO% CaO% Mg0% K20% Na20% %...
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Wooden Rolling Pin
Wooden Rolling Pin
Wooden Rolling Pin 14" RO14
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Bright Gold Lustre
Bright Gold Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
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Firing Rod 3mm Thick
Firing Rod 3mm Thick
Firing Rod 3mm
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Square Bisque Tiles
Square Bisque Tiles
Square Bisque Tiles
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Scarva Earthstone Original Clay E-S5Scarva Earthstone Original Clay E-S5
Scarva Earthstone Original Clay E-S5
Firing Temperature 1120°C - 1280°C Earthstone ES5 Original White was the very first Earthstone Clay. ES5 fires white, matures between 1200°-1290°C and is highly resistant to warping and cracking. The addition of a fine molochite means that ES5 Original White throws large pieces easily and responds well to both press moulding and slab building. ES5 Original White is highly regarded...
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Black Underglaze Pencil 1280deg.C Ref.P4093
Black Underglaze Pencil 1280deg.C Ref.P4093
Black Underglaze Pencil 1280deg.C
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Firing Rod 5mm Thick
Firing Rod 5mm Thick
5mm diameter. For temperatures upto 1250 °C (depending on load!) Used to support beads, rings and many other small articles during kiln firing. The Bars are designed with a special, high temperature alloy that retains strength in the extreme heat required for ceramic firing. OTHER LENGTHS AVAILABLE PLEASE ENQUIRE The rods do get weaker the higher you fire, and will blacken in the kiln...
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Professional Black Extra Smooth Clay PF680Professional Black Extra Smooth Clay PF680
Professional Black Extra Smooth Clay PF680
Firing Temp 1080°c - 1260°c Black Smooth contains a fine grog which gives a close texture to the body and a fine surface to finished pieces. This smooth finish should appeal to hand builders or sculptors who produce tile and relief panels or ceramic murals. PF680 has been formulated to fire between 1080 - 1260ºC. Scarva Professional Black Clay bodies, PF660, PF670 & PF680 are...
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Vulcan Black Stoneware Clay Fine 164-VUF
Vulcan Black Stoneware Clay Fine 164-VUF
Vulcan™ Black Stoneware (Fine) 164-VUF: Recommended 1200-1240C Vulcan Black Stoneware is unlike any other on the market, providing an unusual intense brown-black colour when fired in an oxidising atmosphere. In a reducing atmosphere a metallic finish with shades of blue is obtained (Note: Too-heavy reduction will cause bloating). Containing 40% fine grog (up to 80 mesh), Vulcan Black Stoneware...
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Firing Rod 4mm Thick
Firing Rod 4mm Thick
4mm diameter. For temperatures upto 1250 °C (depending on load!) Used to support beads, rings and many other small articles during kiln firing. The Bars are designed with a special, high temperature alloy that retains strength in the extreme heat required for ceramic firing. Holds up to Cone 10 temperatures. OTHER LENGTHS AVAILABLE PLEASE ENQUIRE The rods do get weaker the higher you...
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Batt WashBatt Wash
Batt Wash
This product will prevent drops of glaze from sticking to the bottom of the kiln or the kiln shelves. The wash binds with the glaze to make a brittle material that can easily be scraped off. It is recommended that the shelves be coated with a new coat of wash before each firing. Kiln shelves are quite expensive, so anything you can do to save them is well worth it! It is made by mixing with...
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China Clay
China Clay
China Clay (kaolin) A refractory, low plasticity white firing clay used widely in glazes and bodies as a source of alumina and silica. When added to glazes it will stiffen and melt effectively increasing the firing range of the glaze. Al203 SI02 Fe203 K/Na2O 36% 49% 0.83% 2.3%
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Audrey Blackman Porcelain
Audrey Blackman Porcelain
Firing Temp 1220-1280°C This very smooth porcelain was developed for both modelling and throwing. Due to its high plasticity this body is not suitable for casting and is only available in pugged form. Fires white and translucent. We are aware that some of our customers may notice that there has been a recent change to the raw clay colour of both Audrey Blackman and ES600 paper clay. This...
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Buff School Clay 1120
Buff School Clay 1120
Firing to a similar colour to 151-1117, this more complex body formulation offers greater consistency and reliablility. Outstanding and extremely well behaved general purpose clay based on fireclays, ball clay and china clay blend. Good dual purpose earthenware or stoneware use. Very popular with stoneware potters as a production stoneware body under oxidation or reduction and popular also in schools...
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Dove White Decorating Slip Ref.SLIP-3
Dove White Decorating Slip Ref.SLIP-3
These decorating slips, are suitable for use on both Earthernware and Stoneware bodies. When manufacturing our slips we believe in using high percentages of stain to give strong, vivid colours throughout the range. The slip can be applied to leather hard clay with brushes, sponges or slip trailers. After biscuit firing the pots should be glazed with a suitable transparent glaze which will further enhance...
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Firing Rod 2mm Thick
Firing Rod 2mm Thick
Firing Rod 2mm
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CWE White Earthenware Smooth Throwing Clay
CWE White Earthenware Smooth Throwing Clay
METHOD:Throwing, Modelling, Slab building COLOUR:Off white TEXTURE:Smooth FIRING RANGE:1080°c - 1160°c CWE is a newly developed white earthenware clay containing highly plastic ball clays and china clays. It has superb throwing capabilities and is suitable for slab building.
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Draycott White Stoneware Clay 1143
Draycott White Stoneware Clay 1143
Recommended firing range 1200°C-1300°C An excellent, smooth-textured, white stoneware body based on plastic fireclays and china clays. Throws well and stands up well on the wheel. For more information on this clay, please follow this link: Technical Data Si02 Ti02% AL203% Fe203% MnO% CaO% Mg0% K20% Na20% %...
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Zinc Oxide
Zinc Oxide
The source of zinc, and in small amounts, is useful as a flux in middle and high temperature glazes imparting a wider firing range and good craze resistance . Above 10% tends to produce a frost-like matt surface with some opacity and can cause occasional pinholing . Also makes glazes susceptible to crawling - CAUTION
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Canvas Square 62cm x 62cm  Ref.CANSQ
Canvas Square 62cm x 62cm Ref.CANSQ
Canvas Square 62cm x 62cm
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Transparent Brush On Earthenware Glaze EB1
Transparent Brush On Earthenware Glaze EB1
Our leadfree earthenware brush on glazes can be applied to bisque ware but will also work well when applied to dry clay (greenware) and once fired. This can be very useful in school and studio situations. The glazes are applied quite thickly using 1-3 coats. The thicker glaze coat (3 layers) will be more opaque whereas the thinner, single coat will tend to be more transparent. Firing range 1020...
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Mother Of Pearl Lustre
Mother Of Pearl Lustre
Lustres have dissolved metals as their essential component. They are mainly applied by brush on porcelain or ceramic objects and are always applied to already fired and glazed objects. Before firing, the objects must be left to dry for a few hours in a warm, dust-free place. Recommended firing temperatures are: Glass: 500°C-600°C, Orton cone SSB 022-021 Ceramics: 690°C-700°C,...
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Light Duty Tubular Props
Light Duty Tubular Props
Light Duty Tubular Props
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White Amaco Velvet Underglaze V360White Amaco Velvet Underglaze V360
White Amaco Velvet Underglaze V360
White Velvet Underglaze is a snow white color that is bright and minty at cone 05, softens at cone 5, and becomes slightly warmer at cone 10, while maintaining a clean white color. A clear glaze accentuates the underglaze at any temperature. Safety Warning Tableware producers must test all finished ware to establish dinnerware status, due to possible variations in firing temperature and contamination. AMACO...
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Flexible Mudtool Rib Ref. MUD-1Flexible Mudtool Rib Ref. MUD-1
Flexible Mudtool Rib Ref. MUD-1
Shape 1 is our best seller. Not too big and not too small. It's just right. You need one in your toolbox-really you do. The traditional kidney-shaped rib is the most universally recognized pottery tool. It fits well in the hand and is useful for sculpting, hand building and throwing clay. All of our polymer ribs are made of unique flexible materials that are resistant to cracking and the formation...
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Potash Feldspar
Potash Feldspar
Norwegian sourced. Used as a flux in bodies and as a major constituent in glazes. It melts at approximately 1200c. Also known as Custer Feldspar K20 Na2O Al2O SiO2 11.3% 3.2% 18.5% 65.8%
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Rutile
Rutile
Rutile is used as an ore containing titanium and iron oxide. It gives a weak buff brown tint and is more commonly used to give dramatic texture to a glaze of broken or mottled colour, although it does not give this effect in lead glazes .Excellent for modifying other stains or oxides . Rutile is also widely used in crystalline glazes.
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Scarva Earthstone Flecked Stoneware Clay E-S90Scarva Earthstone Flecked Stoneware Clay E-S90
Scarva Earthstone Flecked Stoneware Clay E-S90
Firing Temperature 1120°c - 1280°c Many potters want to achieve the attractive, speckled effect that reduction firings give to clay, but this is not usually possible in an electric kiln. Some flecked clays have been introduced in the past, however, we believe this is the most successful one yet. ES90 Flecked Stoneware, when fired in an electric kiln, gives the attractive, speckled effect...
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Water Resistant Wooden Square Workboards
Water Resistant Wooden Square Workboards
Water Resistant Wooden Square Workboards
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White Stoneware Clay 1142
White Stoneware Clay 1142
A new white-burning, refractory, smooth-textured body which throws and handles well. A very good domestic ware body of excellent colour and perfomance and almost a smooth, sliphoused version of 157-1145. A sanded version, 1142-30 is also available which is a particularly good throwing body. Recommended firing range 1200°C-1300°C For more information on this clay, please follow this link:...
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Flexible Steel Clay Scraper Medium
Flexible Steel Clay Scraper Medium
Flexible Steel Clay Scraper Medium
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Nepheline Syenite
Nepheline Syenite
A stronger flux than feldspar for uses both in glazes and bodies reducing maturing range. Analysis 9.1% K2O 7% Na2O 24.9% Al2O3 56% SiO2
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Scarva Earthstone Extra Smooth Clay E-S10Scarva Earthstone Extra Smooth Clay E-S10
Scarva Earthstone Extra Smooth Clay E-S10
Firing Temperature 1120°C - 1280°C A highly versatile fine white body with a broad range of applications, ES 10 matures between 1160°C - 1280°C. This unusually wide range means that it can be high biscuit fired to 1160°C for low temperature earthenware glazes, or biscuit fired at 1000°C for mid temperature earthenware or stoneware glazes. It throws and casts extremely well...
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Tin Oxide
Tin Oxide
The most reliable, oldest, and most widely used opacifier. Produces a softer white and less refractory (neutral) than zircon.4 - 5% produces semi -opaque glazes 8 - 10% gives a fully opaque glaze.
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Plastic Handled Potters Knife
Plastic Handled Potters Knife
Plastic Handled Potters Knife
£3.88 inc VAT
£3.23 ex VAT
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