Low Fire Cone 06-04

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  1. Heavy Grog Raku (WC‑635)

    Heavy Grog Raku (WC‑635)

    $0.54

    Heavily grogged raku clay formulated to resist thermal shock. Works well under the toughest conditions. Learn More
  2. Red Clay (EM‑207)

    Red Clay (EM‑207)

    $0.63

    Comparable in texture and working properties to EM-210, but fires to a reddish earthenware color. This clay is often used for terra cotta work.
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  3. R‑2 Red with Grog (EM‑344)

    R‑2 Red with Grog (EM‑344)

    $0.82

    R-2 Red with fine to medium grog added makes this low fire, red body particularly well-suited for handbuilding, throwing or sculpting small to medium-sized pieces.
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  4. Talc Free White Earthenware (EM‑100)

    Talc Free White Earthenware (EM‑100)

    $0.54

    Smooth, plastic, talc-free, white-firing clay, suitable for throwing and sculpture. Ideal for beginners and schools. Most low fire commercial glazes fit this body. Learn More
  5. Ward's Red Clay (EM‑334)

    Ward's Red Clay (EM‑334)

    $0.82

    A smooth, pliable red clay which fires to a light brick red in oxidation only.
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  6. White Earthenware Clay (EM‑210)

    White Earthenware Clay (EM‑210)

    $0.65

    This is an all-purpose, smooth modeling clay. It is an excellent clay for beginning techniques such as coil and slab building. The white color makes it an ideal clay for use with low fire glazes.
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