Buying the right pottery clay is one of the keys to success in your studio. There are many variables that determine the right clay body for your needs including color, temperature range, the type of pottery you make, and what kind of forming methods you use, just to name a few. Whether you end up using earthenware, stoneware, or porcelain (or perhaps all of these) depends on you understanding the properties, benefits, and drawbacks of each type of clay.
An all purpose stoneware clay with a wide firing range for throwing and modeling, Slab Building.
Cone 7 Shrinkage 11.0%
Cone 10 Shrinkage 13.0%
After Bisque Firing Color : Warm White
Recommended Bisque Firing Range : 890- 985