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Smooth porcelain texture is great to throw. Fires cream.
Smooth white stoneware, good for throwing and production of functional whiteware.
Low in grog. Fires tan with big dark specks.
Low in grog, smooth. Fires light buff with small, dense specks.
Speckled Turtle ^5-6 A warm brown speckled plastic clay good for all forming techniques.Offers nice warmth tones at cone 6 and gives a reduction look to glazes.(Shr 13%, abs 1% ^6)
Super smooth and plastic clay body. The whitest midrange stoneware known to man, and bears. A perfect match for those who prefer a porcelain style stoneware. Fires cone 5-7.Shrinkage 12% Absorption at ^6 2.9%
Off white stoneware body with some tooth. Most popular white stoneware.
A nice super smooth, plastic body that fires a dark chocolate brown at cones 5-7. Matures cone 5-6. Won't bloat at cone 7 if fired slow through the last 300-400F. Contains no grog. Gives nice warmth to glazes, giving that reduction look to them in oxidation. *KyMudworks tests with Super clear glaze gave no bubbles or green tint to the clear glaz...
Smooth porcelain texture with 35mesh grog added for extra tooth.
White Lightning ^5-6 Super translucent Porcelain (Shr 14%, abs ^6 0%)This clay throws exceedingly well for a translucent porcelain. Fine grained, tight and glassy at cone 6. Fits our Super Clear glaze with no crazing!
Plastic clay. Some grog. Colored with Manganese & Iron. Black in reduction. Charcoal in oxidation. PLEASE NOTE: This clay is subject to bloating if it is not bisque fired slowly OR if it glaze fired above Cone 5.
Introducing Dark Star! If you like speckles in your clay but are looking for a body that keeps your glazes brighter, check out this new clay body. Based off of our very popular Ice Man clay body, Dark Star is easy to throw and handbuild with and is very forgiving, smooth, and plastic.
Matures cone 5-6. Can be pushed to cone 7 slow fired.
Off-white stoneware for wheel throwing. Popular for functional pottery.
A cool white stoneware that is the durable and a pleasure to throw. Does not get too soupy if you throw with a lot of water. Super plastic, throws and handbills well. Matures cone 5-6. Can be pushed to cone 7 slow fired.Shrinkage 11.5% Absorption at ^6 1.4%
A mid-range smooth white porcelain for electric firing at cone 5-6.
Rich and smooth body. Good for throwing and handbuilding.
Peppery-tan "reduction" look for electric firing. Black in pit or gas fired. Special order.
True Cone 6 porcelain. Very white and translucent.
Good throwing or handbuilding body. Some grog.
A mid-range off white general purpose stoneware.
Ranger is possibly the best all-around throwing clay. It is also a true range clay, hence its name, in that it has acceptable vitrification at cone 6 and also performs extremely well as a cone 10 reduction body. Contains some fine grog and sand. If you want flexibility in your studio for ^6 functional ware and the occasional ^10 firing out of on...
Highly grogged plastic body. Fires tan.
Versatile, medium texture throwing body. Fires to a nice pinkish-tan.
Named after the Appalachian style of banjo playing, this unique and dynamic clay body has it all: color, tooth, iron speckling, and bomb plasticity. Surprisingly smooth to throw. Great for large and altered forms as well. Can be pushed to cone 7 with no problems if slow fired last 300F.Gorgeous in reduction.Shrinkage 11%Absorption at ^6 1.9%
Super smooth, tight, and plastic body that fires a deep red at cone 5 and dark red brown at cone 6. Throws and hand builds well. Matures cone 5-7. Won't warp or bloat at cone 7 if slow fired through the last 300-400F.Gorgeous in soda and wood firings too!Shrinkage 12% Absorption at cone 6 <1%
A very plastic, bright-buff color clay body. Throws itself! Glazes really pop on this buff clay. Contains fine grog. Fire to cone 5-7. Can be pushed to cone 7 if slow fired through last 300F.Perfect forgiving classroom clay for wheel and hand building.1% Absorption ^6 Shrinkage 11%
A cool white stoneware with grog that is the durable and a pleasure to throw. Does not get too soupy if you throw with a lot of water. Super plastic, throws and handbills well. Matures cone 5-6. Can be pushed to cone 7 slow fired.Shrinkage 11.5% Absorption at ^6 1.4%
Super smooth, tight, and plastic body that fires a true orange red at cone 6. Throws and hand builds well. Matures cone 5-7. Can be pushed to cone 7 if slow fired through last 300F.Shrinkage 12% Absorption at ^6 1%
A nice toothy, plastic stoneware body that fires a reddish brown at cone 6. Throws and hand builds well. Matures cone 5-7. Won't warp or bloat at cone 7 if slow fired through last 300F. Contains no grog. Gives nice warmth to glazes, giving that reduction look to them in oxidation.Gorgeous in soda and wood firings too up to cone 8.Shrinkage 13% ...
Cone 4-7 Porcelain from Highwater clays. Very white and vitreous.
Deep red body for wheel throwing and handbuilding. Fires cone 6-8.
Dry version of Cone 6 Buff from Flint Hills.