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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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Chocolate Black Clay 1130
Chocolate Black Clay 1130
Chocolate Black fires to produce a warm brown-black at earthenware temperatures, which becomes a more intense black when glazed. High pigment levels restrict the firing of this clay to a recommended range of 1040°C-1120°C This body is highly thixotropic. It may seem very firm straight from the bag but will soften. For more information on this clay, please follow this link: Technical Data ...
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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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Grogged White Earthenware Clay 1141-30
Grogged White Earthenware Clay 1141-30
General purpose white earthenware body of exceptional handling properties arising from the inclusion of white sand/grog into the plastic LT25 base. Throws well and suitable for larger pots also. Firing Range 1100°C-1240°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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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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White Earthenware Clay 1141 LT25
White Earthenware Clay 1141 LT25
Recommended firing range 1100°C-1220°C Known for many years as LT25, it is a very plastic white earthenware clay designed primarily for throwing. Firing to an ivory-white it offers good green strength. 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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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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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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Lavafleck Clay 1155
Lavafleck Clay 1155
Recommended firing range 1200°C-1270°C Popular for its distinctive rustic, flecked character Good handling for throwing Shelves need to be well coated with refractory wash to prevent sticking during firing 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 flecked clays in the microwave? A:...
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Modelling Clay 1150
Modelling Clay 1150
Recommended firing range 1100°C-1280°C The smoothest and most plastic modelling clay available. Used extensively by modellers/sculptors working in diverse fields from pottery to film and television, including those working with silicone moulds. Used to produce the models for the 2015 Star Wars Exhibit at Madame Tussauds, London. Wide firing range: Can be fired to earthenware and...
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New Keuper Red Clay 1132
New Keuper Red Clay 1132
Recommended firing range 1080°C-1230°C 159-1132A is a reformulation of 159-1132 (prior to that, 159-1131) due to a further change in fired result/colour response due to the iron oxide. If you are a previous user of 159-1131 or 1132 we strongly recommend that you take a sample of 159-1132A for testing before buying in quantity. For more information on this clay, please follow this link:...
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Oxidising St. Thomas Clay 1102
Oxidising St. Thomas Clay 1102
Extremely popular general purpose high earthenware and stoneware body speckling very attractively under normal or slightly reducing conditions. Excellent resilience and tolerance. Good warp and crack resistance. Throws and slabs well. Outstanding for school use. Fires to toasted buff. Recommended firing range 1150°C-1280°C For more information on this clay, please follow this link: Technical...
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Reduction St. Thomas Clay 1104
Reduction St. Thomas Clay 1104
Classic Reduction St Thomas 1150°C-1280°C Classic Reduction St Thomas is Reduction St Thomas 150-1104 with added iron to give fired results more akin to the ‘old’ Reduction St Thomas body of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. Over the years, whilst the R/STS recipe has remained the same, natural raw materials have inevitably changed as mining progressed and the market...
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Sanded Buff 1124
Sanded Buff 1124
This is our 1120 clay to which 10% sand has been added to give slight 'tooth'. Ideally suited to larger thrown forms, this clay is also suitable for slabbing, coiling and all hand-making methods, where the ssmall addition of grog gives it exceptional shape and stability. Earthenware or stoneware. Medium shrinkage. Excellent general purpose clay for school use. Recommended firing range 1100°C-1290°C For...
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Sanded White Stoneware Clay 1142-30
Sanded White Stoneware Clay 1142-30
Sanded version of our 1142 clay, particularly good for throwing. 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% % Total Shrinkage 1100...
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Staffordshire Stoneware Clay 1115
Staffordshire Stoneware Clay 1115
Staffordshire Stoneware is a recent modification of the original and highly successful Pyropot recipe - a blend of ball clays, fireclays and red marls The high ball clay content imparts exceptional plasticity, making it an ideal throwing body Fireclay imparts refractory qualities whilst red marls give this body its characteristic subtle iron fleck The recipe uses a proportion of fireclay sourced...
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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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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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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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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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