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Dry Clay

The price you see initially for dry clay is the per pound price for a full bag. Most clays have the following quantity-based discounts:
buy 500 to 999 pounds, save $0.01 per pound
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  • #6 Tile Clay - a domestic kaolin

    #6 Tile Clay Kaolin

    #6 Tile Clay is a very plastic kaolin with good green strength. In pottery, the word Kaolin is synonymous with China Clay, a general name for an almost pure version of Kaolinite (a primary clay). Kaolins are usually very white and can be used to increase...

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  • 10 Mesh Flint Grog - coarse

    10 Mesh Flint Grog - coarse

    10 mesh Flint Grog. Considered to be a coarse mesh grog. Grog is incorporated into clay bodies to give texture, impart 'bite' when throwing, to assist drying, or to increase firing strength. It will reduce the rate of clay shrinkage during drying and, in...

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  • 30 Mesh Flint Grog - fine

    30 Mesh Flint Grog - fine

    30 mesh Flint Grog. Considered to be a fine mesh grog. Grog is incorporated into clay bodies to give texture, impart 'bite' when throwing, to assist drying, or to increase firing strength. It will reduce the rate of clay shrinkage during drying and, in...

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  • Bentonite - 200 mesh

    Bentonite - 200 mesh

    Western Bentonite (sodium bentonite) is most frequently used by potters and is the only type Bracker's carries. Southern Bentonite (calcium bentonite) is not available at Bracker's, but can be found at some metal casting foundry suppliers. Bentonite is a...

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  • Calcium Carbonate (Whiting)

    Calcium Carbonate (Whiting)

    Calcium Carbonate (whiting) is a carbonate of lime. CaCo3. A stable and insoluable (in water) compound of calcium which is used to introduce the oxide calcia (CaO) into clay bodies and glazes. Calcium Carbonate is the chemical name. The potter's...

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  • Cedar Heights Fireclay - 50 mesh

    Cedar Heights Fireclay - 50 mesh

    Cedar Heights Fireclay is used to formulate stoneware clay bodies. Fireclay is a general name for sedimentary clays usually associated with coal measures they are very ancient deposits. Particle size averages 0.1-5.0 microns. Reasonable plasticity and...

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  • Custer Feldpar

    Custer Feldpar

    Custer Feldspar is a potash feldspar. Feldspar is a large group of minerals which have decomposed from granite and igneous rocks and are thus allied to clay. The main group consists of the alumino-silicates of potassium, sodium, calcium, and, more...

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  • Dolomite - 325 mesh

    Dolomite - 325 mesh

    A mineral CaCO3MgCO3 Dolomite is mainly used in stoneware glazes (temperatures about 1175&176;C or 2174&176;F). There are other suitable sources of calcia, but insoluble magnesia is less common. Dolomite acts as a flux but, if used to replace...

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  • EPK Kaolin

    EPK Kaolin

    E.P.K. stands for Edgar Plastic Kaolin, and is a standard throughout pottery. If a glaze calls for kaolin (or china clay), most potters default to EPK first. If they don't get the results they were looking for, they will then explore some of the other...

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  • Foundry Hill Creme

    Foundry Hill Creme

    Foundry Hill Creme is a blended stoneware clay (although some consider it a ball clay). This differentiation comes from the slightly lower alumina content (near 20%), compared to the higher alumina content (near 28%) in more common ball clays (like OM-4)...

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  • Goldart

    Goldart

    Cedar Heights Goldart is a selectively mined, plastic stoneware clay which is airfloated to 200 mesh particle size. It offers excellent working properties and has a wide firing range. It is balanced enough to be used alone. It fires to a light or golden...

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  • Grolleg (English) Kaolin - 55# bags

    Grolleg (English) Kaolin - 55# bags

    A blended English china clay, combining moderate plasticity, low titania content and relatively high flux content, low shrinkage and white fired color. It is excellent for making translucent throwing or casting porcelains. The pottery community uses many...

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