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Aardvark Clay's Bee Mix 5Fired Shrinkage is 12% and Water Absorption is 2.5% when fired to cone 5. Off white, very smooth and easy to throw. Great glaze fit.
Aardvark Clay's Cassius Basaltic Fired Shrinkage is 14.5% and Water Absorption is .5% when fired to cone 5. Very black, ebony like finish. Needs lots of oxygen during bisque firing.
Aardvark Clay's Nara 5 Fired Shrinkage is 12% and Water Absorption is 1.1% when fired to cone 5. Our best cone 5 porcelain. Has great throwing qualities. Fires to a grey white.
Aardvark Clay's Texas White
Fired Shrinkage is 9% and Water Absorption is 7% when fired to cone 5. A little coarser than Arctic white for those who desire a little more texture to their clay.
A medium-range stoneware body that mimics a gas-fired reduction clay body in oxidation. Warm medium black/brown color (NOT A TRUE BLACK CLAY). Not recommended for use in reduction.
A medium range light stoneware body which fires off-white to buff in oxidation and slightly darker in reduction.
A medium-range light stoneware body with about 18% grog (30 mesh flint grog) which fires off-white to buff in oxidation and slightly darker in reduction.
An inexpensive medium-range porcelain made from domestic kaolins. Great for someone just learning to work with porcelain within this range. Fires to a Creamy White.
A medium-range stoneware body which fires to a warm red color in oxidation and slightly darker in reduction.
A medium-range stoneware body that fires to a golden tan in oxidation.
An all purpose stoneware clay with a wide firing range for throwing and modeling. Suggested bisque temperature C/04. Shrinkage: 9.5% at C/6, 12% at C/9. Absorption: 4.5% at C/6, 3% at C/9.
Plastic clay for wheel and modeling. The addition of granular manganese gives a speckled surface. The ideal temperature for developing best color tone is cone 5. Good results may be expected in reduction or oxidation firing. Commonly referred to as...