Dry Clays

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  1. Albany Slip

    Albany Slip (Sub)

    A dark firing, high iron clay used for clay and glaze recipes. Learn More
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    Alberta Slip

    A dark firing, high iron clay used for clay and glaze recipes. Learn More
  3. Barnard Black Clay

    Barnard Black Clay

    An iron rich clay capable of producing light brown to very dark clay bodies and glazes. Learn More
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    C and C Ball Clay

    A white firing extremely plastic ball clay suitable for nearly any porcelain or stoneware body. Learn More
  5. C-Red, Carbondale Red Clay

    C-Red Carbondale Red Clay

    A very red, fine grained refractory fireclay. Learn More
  6. Cedar Heights Fire Clay

    Cedar Heights Fire Clay

    A raw clay similar to Gold Art. Used in the composition of stoneware clay bodies. Learn More
  7. EPK Edgar Plastic Kaolin

    EPK

    A white firing domestic kaolin mined in Florida and Georgia by Edgar Mines. Suitable for porcelain and other clay bodies with good casting properties and plastic working properties. Also widely used in glazes for it's alumina content and slurry suspension qualities. Learn More
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    Gold Art Fire Clay

    A plastic stoneware clay which fires to a cream color. Air floated to a 200 mesh particle size. Learn More
  9. Green Stripe Fireclay

    Green Stripe Fire Clay

    Green Stripe Fireclay is a medium-fine ground clay. Burns yellow in oxidation and brown in reduction. It is a very refractory fireclay and works great for toothy sculpture or throwing bodies. Possibly a 35-50 mesh particle size.
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    Grolleg Kaolin

    A blended English kaolin with great plasticity excellent for use in translucent throwing and casting slip recipes. Low titanium content and relatively high flux (K2O) requiring slightly less feldspar to vitrify. Learn More

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