Mid-Range Cone 5-6

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  1. White Stoneware ( WC 609 )

    White Stoneware ( WC 609 )

    Smooth white stoneware, good for throwing and production of functional whiteware.
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  2. Speckled Stoneware ( WC 608 )

    Speckled Stoneware ( WC 608 )

    This clay is compounded to be a stoneware clay with specks that bleed through the glaze, giving the appearance of iron burning through, typical of reduction glazes and clays. A very popular throwing clay for production potters who want to add the speck dimension to their ware.

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  3. Speckled Buff Clay ( WC 403 )

    Speckled Buff Clay ( WC 403 )

    Clay body specifically formulated by request from Midwest and Eastern U.S. potters. Low in sand and grog content, speckled buff is smooth textured. An excellent throwing body. The color palette is perhaps best described as 'desert' or 'Southwest'. Fired in oxidation, Speckled Buff falls into the tan/brown color range.

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  4. SB-Red (WC-394)

    SB-Red (WC-394)

    Semi-smooth red body with sand and grog. Fires paver tile red in oxidation and chocolate in reduction.

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  5. Red Stone Clay (WC‑420 )

    Red Stone Clay (WC‑420 )

    A red stoneware clay body with medium grog and minimal porosity at Cone 6. A superior functional clay, ideal for handbuilding and throwing small to medium pieces. Fires to a warm brick red color in oxidation.

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  6. Off-White Stoneware ( WC 607 )

    Off-White Stoneware ( WC 607 )

    Excellent off-white stoneware clay for wheel work. Minor speckling caused by fireclay enhances appearance. Used by many for functional pottery. Neutral glazes are not altered by clay body ingredients allowing for purer glaze color.

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  7. Hagi Porcelain Clay (WC‑861)

    Hagi Porcelain Clay (WC‑861)

    Hagi is good Cone 5 porcelain clay for throwing small pieces and handbuilding. It has a smooth texture. Hagi fires white in oxidation and off-white in reduction.

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  8. Grolleg Porcelain (WC‑617)

    Grolleg Porcelain (WC‑617)

    Grolleg Cone 6 porcelain. similar to #15 with more ball clay, making it less white, more plastic and forgiving. Additional silica reduces crazing in some glazes. good for slab forming.

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  9. Frost Porcelain (WC-437)

    Frost Porcelain (WC-437)

    An exceptionally white and translucent throwing porcelain for Cone 5-6.

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  10. Electric Brown (WC-866)

    Electric Brown (WC-866)

    This clay was designed specifically to achieve a rich brown color when fired in an electric kiln. It has good strength for both wheel throwing and handbuilding. Contains 60 mesh sand so the texture is slightly coarse. We do not recommend that Electric Brown be fired in reduction.

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