High Fire Cone 8-10

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  1.  Amador Clay (WC‑370)

    Amador Clay (WC‑370)

    $0.58

    An outstanding, all-purpose, orange/brown, moist body. Has fine sand and is a difficult body to crack during firing. Durable and affordable. Good for professional or student. Reduces a warm orange/brown, lighter in oxidation. Learn More
  2.  Babu Clay (WC‑428)

    Babu Clay (WC‑428)

    $0.99

    A grolleg porcelain. Very white in oxidation and good for dinnerware.
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  3. B-Mix Cone 10 (WC-379)

    B-Mix Cone 10 (WC-379)

    A premier, cream-white, throwing clay that is easy to throw and form. Learn More
  4. Death Valley (WC-835)

    Death Valley (WC-835)

    A medium-coarse textured, dark tan to orange clay. Learn More
  5. Frost 10 Porcelain Clay	(WC‑896)

    Frost 10 Porcelain Clay (WC‑896)

    $0.99

    An exceptionally white and translucent throwing porcelain for Cone 10.
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  6. Grolleg Porcelain (WC‑631)

    Grolleg Porcelain (WC‑631)

    $0.99

    Made primarily of English Grolleg. Contains plasticizers to make this the finest translucent porcelain available for throwing, thin slab work and handbuilding. Excellent white color. Has become a "standard" in the Northeast U.S.
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  7. JSRH (WC-823)

    JSRH (WC-823)

    A coarse, red clay body containing both sand and grog. It has good strength and plasticity for throwing medim to large pieces. Learn More
  8. Rod's Bod (WC-823)

    Rod's Bod (WC-823)

    Gray in the raw form with a medium sand texture. A popular body for general purpose use. Learn More
  9. Soldate 60 (WC-843)

    Soldate 60 (WC-843)

    Fires to a yellow-brown color under medium reduction. This clay contains a fine 60 mesh sand. The texture is medium coarse. Learn More

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