Δ Cone 06 - 04 Clays

Certified Nontoxic, Conforms to ASTM C-1023/D-4236


Note: Axner, Laguna and Miller Clays are formulated and categorized to perform as ^06, ^5 and ^10. Most clay can be successfully fired at varying temperatures (1 to 2 cones) above and below their indicated firing ranges. Variables do exist and testing must be done to ensure clay meets an individual's needs or circumstances.


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$0.54

Smooth, plastic, talc-free white firing clay, suitable for throwing and sculpture. Ideal for beginners and schools.
$0.56

This clay has the same properties as Miller #10 but with medium grog added for larger thrown and sculpture pieces. Lower shrinkage.
$0.56

A smooth, plastic, white body with a small percentage of talc to create an optimum glaze fit.
$0.66

A smooth, plastic, terra cotta colored clay for wheel throwing and excellent for handbuilding as well. Fires to a rich terra cotta red.
$0.68

#20-G has the same properties as Miller #20 with a fine grog added for slightly less shrinkage and improved workability.
$0.63

Heavily grogged raku clay formulated to resist thermal shock. Works well under the toughest conditions.
$0.59

A smoother version of the WC635 Miller #200 Raku Clay.
$0.70

Axner's version of the well-liked, red majolica clay body. This red earthenware has more tooth than EM-704 or EM-706 which helps the clay stand up better when thrown and contributes to lower dry shrinkage.
$0.67

This popular, and well published, low fire red clay body was developed by Stanley Anderson, a well known Majolica artist.
$0.70

Fires gray-stony white in reduction at cone 10, off white at cone 8 oxidation, and bright white at cone 05 (raku). A rough textured, low shrinkage body designed for large-scale handbuilding and tiles.