Smooth bright white low-fire body. Very plastic with excellent mechanical working properties. Recommended firing range is cone 07-03. This is the best throwing white earthenware we have ever found.
White-firing clay, for use at cone 06-04. A smooth, plastic low fire body, for thrown or handbuilt work.
A white firing, cone 06-04 clay, with added grog. Especially suitable for handbuilding and sculptural applications.
A low fire, red terra cotta clay. At cone 06 this clay gives a light orange color, and at cone 2 will be dark red brown. This is a smooth, plastic red clay, ideal for wheel work. Cone 04 to 2.
This clay is identical to MC 107, with the addition of grog and sand. Great red clay for handbuilding or for potters who like a little "bite" to their terra cotta clay. This clay may be fired from cone 06 to cone 2.
A blend of stoneware and fire clays with an addition of a 18% medium to fine Kyanite plus 6% sand, giving this clay exceptional thermal shock resistance. It is a wonderful clay that produce wheel thrown Raku sculptures. It can be fired to any temperature including cone 10. Cone 04 to 6
Similar to the MC117, Raku Lite is a durable mix of fireclay and stoneware clays, with 15% sand and 10% grog. This clay is best for hand-building or construction of larger object that struggle with cracking caused by shrinkage. This can also be fired up to cone 10. (Cone 04 to 6)
Smooth white stoneware, guaranteed to brighten up your mid-range glazes. Very plastic with good working properties. We have received reports that this is an excellent clay for mid-range salt/soda firing. Fires to cone 4-6.
This is a relatively smooth, stoneware type clay, which may be fired at cone 4-6. When fired this clay is light brown with darker speckles. Good clay for throwing or sculpture.
Beautiful red-brown stoneware with 15% 40-60 mesh sand. Great color and a good choice for wheelwork or handbuilding. Fires to cone 4-6.
A beautiful light brown stoneware with a bit of grog and dark specks. Cone 04 to 6.
A reddish, mid-range clay. This clay fires to a light orange-brown hue, and may be fired from cone 4 to cone 6. This clay has 3% grog but is quite smooth, making it great for wheel throwing or sculpting.