Speckled tan in oxidation and slightly coarse, 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.
Avg. Shrinkage 2±%, 10.9%
Avg. Water Absorption 1±%, 1.7%
B-Mix 5 offer the same characteristics enjoyed by our Cone 10 B-Mix. Its smooth, porcelain texture is a pleasure to throw and form, and it fires to a cream color in oxidation.
Avg. Shrinkage 2±%, 12.0%
Avg. Water Absorption 1±%, 2.75%
266 Dark Brown Clay - C/4-6
Gives reduction-like dark brown color in electric kiln. Smooth and plastic. Good for all techniques.
Shrinkage: 11.5% at C/4, 13% at C/6.
Absorption: 2.4% at C/4, 1.4% at C/6.
211 Hazelnut Brown Clay - C/4-6
A nice plastic clay for throwing and handbuilding. At C/6 oxidation, it’s a warm brown color usually associated with reduction firing. Reacts well with glazes.
Shrinkage: 13% at C/6.
Absorption: 2.25% at C/6
200 Orange Brown Clay - C/4-6
All purpose mid range clay. Orange-brown in reduction. Deep beige in oxidation. Contains fine grog.
Shrinkage: 10% at C/4, 12.5% at C/6.
Absorption: 3% at C/4, 2% at C/6.
112 Brown Clay - C/4-6
A 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.
Shrinkage: 12% at C/4, 12.5% at C/6.
Absorption: 4.5% at C/4, 2.5% at C/6.
West Michigan Clay carries a fine selection of low fire, mid fire, high fire, porcelain, white stoneware, raku and sculpture clays from Standard Ceramic Supply Company and Laguna Clay Company.
Prices are subject to change without notice.
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