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SWS Super White Stoneware Clay
SWS Super White Stoneware Clay
Firing range 1015 bisque-1,280 degrees celcius. Glaze. A high quality plastic, ball clay based, throwing body. The light body gives a good colour response to glazes.Smooth Texture.White
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T Material Clay 1161
T Material Clay 1161
Recommended firing range 1200°C-1300°C T Material is a product of Magma Ceramics and is used in the manufacture of high quality refractories for the steel industry. It is widely valued by potters as an extremely resilient and tolerant off-white body. It is superb for large sculpture and handbuilding use, and is well-suited for high quality raku pieces. Low thermal expansion Low shrinkage...

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Valentines Buff Throwing Stoneware Clay V9A
Valentines Buff Throwing Stoneware Clay V9A
An excellent general purpose modelling clay, which contains Shropshire & South Staffordshire Fire Clays with a fine graded dust free grogg. Suitable for throwing and hand modelling. * Highly recommended. Buff and grey Firing: 1120°c - 1280°c
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Vulcan Black Stoneware Clay Coarse 164-VUC
Vulcan Black Stoneware Clay Coarse 164-VUC
Vulcan™ Black Stoneware (Coarse) 164-VUC: 1200-1260C 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 are obtained. Containing a coarse grog (up to 12 mesh) Vulcan Black Stoneware Coarse has been formulated especially for artistic ceramics....
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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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White St. Thomas Clay 1106
White St. Thomas Clay 1106
Ideal for all thrown applications including large dinnerware platters, this 'white' firing St Thomas clay body has exceptional shape stability in both oxidation and reduction firing. Will withstand very high temperatures and is especially attractive under reduction firing conditions. Recommended firing range 1160°C-1300°C For more information on this clay, please follow this link:...
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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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White Stoneware Clay 1145
White Stoneware Clay 1145
Superb, strong stoneware throwing body based on top quality porcelain china clay and ball clays with added flux for good 'ring'. Excellent domestic ware body suitable for large and small wares. Smooth textured but stands well and can be thrown quite thinly. Shows colour well. Recommended firing range 1200°C-1300°C For more information on this clay, please follow this link: Technical...
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White Stoneware PF560White Stoneware PF560
White Stoneware PF560
Firing Temp 1120°c - 1280°c PF560 A strong fine-grained plastic clay formulated from the purest of white ball clays. This superior body has very smooth throwing characteristics. It has been developed for the professional production potter and with good thermal shock properties is excellent for domestic ware. It stands up extremely well and fires to an off white colour. It fires well in...
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Y Material Clay 1161Y
Y Material Clay 1161Y
Suitable for larger sculpture forms and handbuilding use. Also for high quality Raku items. Low shrinkage and good warp resistance. Very resilient and tolerant. Low thermal expansion. Very refractory. A white firing grogged clay. Similar to 'T' Material. Recommended firing range 1200°C-1300°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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Calcium Borate Frit
Calcium Borate Frit
Calcium Borate Frit A fritted substitute for colemanite (new formulation). % ANALYSIS CaO = 27.10 Al2O3 = 4.77 SiO2 = 17.68 B2O3 = 50.44 Firing Range 1030°C - 1180°C Frit Comparision Guide
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High Alkaline Frit
High Alkaline Frit
High Alkaline Frit The High Alkali frit will give beautiful crackle blues from copper oxide addition. % ANALYSIS K2O = 17.35 Na2O = 17.46 Al2O3 = 5.69 CaO = 5.32 SiO2 = 50.30 B2O3 = 3.88 Firing Range - 860°C - 1060°C Frit Comparision Guide
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High Boron-Lime Ferro Frit F3124
High Boron-Lime Ferro Frit F3124
F3124 HIGH BORON / LIME FERRO FRIT % ANALYSIS K2O = 0.68 Na2O = 6.46 CaO = 13.97 Al2O3 = 9.96 SiO2 = 55.11 B2O3 = 13.82 Firing Range 1000°C - 1150°C Frit Comparision Guide
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High Soda Frit F3110
High Soda Frit F3110
High Soda Frit F3110 A very low alumina frit which assists spectacular crystal growth in glazes. Featured in many American recipes. Leadless. 920∞C - 950∞C Firing range 1000-1100 degrees centigrade.
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Low Expansion Frit
Low Expansion Frit
Low Expansion Frit Immense craze resistance and useful additive to glazes which craze. Milkiness in large amounts. Leadless. % ANALYSIS Li2O = 0.10 CaO = 3.60 ZnO = 3.30 MgO = 2.40 Al2O3 = 8.20 SiO2 = 63.60 B2O3 = 17.80 Firing range 1020°C - 1150°C Frit Comparision Guide
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Soft Borax Frit
Soft Borax Frit
SOFT BORAX FRIT Slightly alkaline and gives turquoise from copper addition. Firing Range 900°C - 1050°C Frit Comparision Guide
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Standard Alkaline Frit
Standard Alkaline Frit
Standard Alkaline Frit Supplied in powdered form. A highly alkaline frit used as a basis for raku glazes. Produces intense alkaline colours when used with oxides which have a crazed appearance. Firing Range 860-1060C
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Standard Borax Frit 'E'
Standard Borax Frit 'E'
Supplied in powder form The unleaded frit most commonly used in earthenware glazes. STANDARD BORAX FRIT 'E' % ANALYSIS K2O = 1.33 Na2O = 8.75 CaO = 15.22 MgO = 0.05 Al2O3 = 7.54 SiO2 = 48.34 B2O3 = 18.76 Firing Range 900°C - 1050°C Frit Comparision Guide
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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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David Leach Porcelain Clay 1147
David Leach Porcelain Clay 1147
Based on the original David Leach recipe, it is white translucent porcelain of exceptional throwing quality. Recommended firing range 1220°C-1290°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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Fine Bone China Clay
Fine Bone China Clay
Recommended firing range 1220°c - 1240°c A new bone china widely used in the Industry. Ideal for hand modelling. Superior whiteness and translucency. NOTE This body is produced for the pottery industry and is supplied at a harder consistency than most other bodies we supply. If you find it is too hard for your purposes, please see this YouTube link for a handy tip regarding softening...
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Grogged Porcelain Body T.S Flax Paper Clay E-S600GGrogged Porcelain Body T.S Flax Paper Clay E-S600G
Grogged Porcelain Body T.S Flax Paper Clay E-S600G
Firing Temp 900°c - 1280°c ES600G “The new Scarva FLAXpaperCLAY body will, I feel, be the best product on the market in this fast developing area of ceramics." Ian Gregory. “I have, as you know, been one of the main pioneers of adding fibres and paper to clay bodies in order to develop new methods of making. But I can only say that your new Scarva FLAXpaperCLAY offers...
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Harry Fraser Porcelain Clay 1149
Harry Fraser Porcelain Clay 1149
Strong, white and translucent, this well known throwing porcelain developed by Harry Fraser combines the finest quality and value. Throws well. Consistent and reliable. A truly excellent white-burning translucent porcelain. Recommended firing range 1220°C-1290°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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Onyx Black Porcelain 164-ONYXOnyx Black Porcelain 164-ONYX
Onyx Black Porcelain 164-ONYX
Onyx Black Porcelain 1230-1260C 164-ONYX - Onyx Black Porcelain Onyx Black Porcelain takes on a beautiful black/graphite colour when fired as recommended to the upper part of its firing range. It is highly plastic making it ideal for wheel-throwing and modelling alike. Suitable for tableware. Supplied in a 5kg pack. Onyx Black Porcelain is suitable for tableware (food-safe), according to...
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P2 Standard Porcelain
P2 Standard Porcelain
An economy body giving a high degree of translucency at a slightly lower temperature. In casting slip form as the Porcelain Casting Slip Suitable for throwing Very smooth texture White and translucent Firing: 1220°c - 1240°c
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Porcelain Body T.S Flax Paper Clay E-S600Porcelain Body T.S Flax Paper Clay E-S600
Porcelain Body T.S Flax Paper Clay E-S600
Firing Temp 900°c - 1280°c 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 change will not effect performance and the clay will be the same as previously noted. “The new Scarva FLAXpaperCLAY body will, I feel, be the best product on the market in this fast developing...
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Porcelain Grogged Ref. V75
Porcelain Grogged Ref. V75
Firing Temp 1220°c - 1280°c Translucent, very plastic and firing extremely white. This porcelain has some fine molochite added to facilitate drying without cracking. The molochite helps to control both the drying and shrinkage making this porcelain much more resistant to warping. It can be used for throwing, hand-building or sculptural work.
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Potterycrafts Semi Porcelain Clay P1230
Potterycrafts Semi Porcelain Clay P1230
P1230 Semi Porcelain: Is suitable for: Throwing, casting, machine making, coiling and hand building. It has a firing range of 1160°C - 1260°C. Shrinkage (w-f) 12% at 1200°C 0.36% expansion at 500°C. Texture (1-smooth 10 coarse) 1. Fired colour : White.
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Professional Grogged White Porcelain Stoneware PF700GProfessional Grogged White Porcelain Stoneware PF700G
Professional Grogged White Porcelain Stoneware PF700G
Firing Temp 1180°c - 1300°c PF700G For some time now we have been asked by our customers to develop a superior, white, porcelain-like clay which is more reliable and easier to work with than a porcelain body. Porcelain bodies are harder to work with due to their lack of plasticity and are more likely to crack, warp or shrink than stoneware bodies. PF700G uses the same base as PF700 but...
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Professional White Porcelain Stoneware PF700Professional White Porcelain Stoneware PF700
Professional White Porcelain Stoneware PF700
Firing Temp 1180°c - 1300°c PF700 For some time now we have been asked by our customers to develop a superior, white, porcelain-like clay which is more reliable and easier to work with than a porcelain body. Porcelain bodies are harder to work with due to their lack of plasticity and are more likely to crack, warp or shrink than stoneware bodies. PF700 is not as translucent as porcelain,...
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Royale Porcelain
Royale Porcelain
Firing Temp 1220°c - 1280°c A high quality porcelain which contains fine white clays with added Bentonite. Suitable for modelling, hand building and casting. Fires white and translucent.
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Scarva Earthstone Glacier Porcelain E-S170Scarva Earthstone Glacier Porcelain E-S170
Scarva Earthstone Glacier Porcelain E-S170
Firing Temperature 1220°c - 1280°c ES170 Glacier Porcelain is made using New Zealand China Clay and the whitest silica sand available. This gives ES170 its brilliant whiteness, strength and glass-like translucency; qualities which attract many potters to work with porcelain. However, due to the very nature of the raw materials used in their production, most porcelain bodies have very little...
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Scarva Earthstone Ming Porcelain E-S120Scarva Earthstone Ming Porcelain E-S120
Scarva Earthstone Ming Porcelain E-S120
Firing Temperature 1220°c - 1280°c ES120 Ming Porcelain is made to a traditional recipe. Earthstone Ming was developed with a high percentage of New Zealand China Clay, one of the whitest China Clays available. ES120 Ming Porcelain fires beautifully white and shows exceptional translucency. It is excellent for both throwing and modelling and is also ideal for very fine, detailed work. This...
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Special Porcelain
Special Porcelain
Firing Temp 1220°c - 1280°c A high quality porcelain which contains fine white clays with added Bentonite. Suitable for modelling, hand building and casting. Fires white and translucent.
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Brushable Moulding Latex Resist
Brushable Moulding Latex Resist
Brushable Moulding Latex is a pre-vulcanised latex, specially thickened to a brushable viscosity. This makes mould making quicker and easier – the latex will stay where you put it without running away like a liquid moulding latex. As with all latex, this latex works best with a dry Plaster of Paris mould – Plaster ‘wicks’ out the water from the latex making it cure/dry quicker. Application:...
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Calcium ChlorideCalcium Chloride
Calcium Chloride
Used as a flocculent (0.05% addition) or in conjunction with bentonite as a suspending agent for glazes. Comes in pre-weighed crystal form. Add warm water to the top of pot and stir until dissolved. Hazard Symbol: Irritant
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Glowkil
Acts as a biocide to prevent mould developing in glazes.
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High Fire Mender 2oz
High Fire Mender 2oz
High Fire Mender 2oz
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Kaowool Rigidiser
Kaowool Rigidiser
Kaowool Rigidiser / Hardener An inorganic liquid hardening agent for ceramic fibre blanket and board. It produces a hard surface finish with increased resistance to mechanical abrasion and to gas flow erosion. Hardener can be applied by brushing, spraying or dipping. Rigidiser will help the walls of the kiln made with blanket fibre from being too flaky. APPLICATIONS PROCEDURE Hardener...
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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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Magic Mender 4oz
Magic Mender 4oz
Magic Mender 4oz
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Mender 60ml
Mender 60ml
Mender 60ml
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Moulding Latex Resist (Dipping)
Moulding Latex Resist (Dipping)
Moulding Latex is a fantastic material to use for prop making and creating flexible moulds. By using pre-vulcanised liquid latex, you can create strong and durable moulds for a wide range of casting materials. Moulding latex, sometimes known as Liquid Latex, dries at room temperature and is excellent at creating flexible skin moulds for casting materials such as plasters, cements and waxes, as well...
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Refractory Glue Adhesive
Refractory Glue Adhesive
Refractory Glue Adhesive
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Refractory Kiln Cement
Refractory Kiln Cement
High temperature kiln cement comes in ready made liquid paste form. General purpose air setting cement use to join bricks, fibre, kiln repairs or fill in cracks.
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SO140TW Sodium Silicate
SO140TW Sodium Silicate
A stronger deflocculent used in the preparaation of casting slips (0.3%) Note the volume can be converted to weights by multiplying by 1.7 typically used in earrthenware slips.
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SO75TW Sodium Silicate
SO75TW Sodium Silicate
A deflocculation used in the preparation of casting slips (0.3%). Note the volume (ml) can be converted to weights (g) by multiplying by 1.3 typically used in bone china slip.
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Sodium Dispex
Sodium Dispex
Sodium Dispex A defloculent used to increase fluidity and reduce viscosity of casting slips.
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