Mid - Buff, Brown, Black, & Red Stoneware

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$0.93

A good wheel and handbuilding clay body, dark in fired color at Cone 6. Iron colorants in body enhance most glaze color developments.
$0.99

A medium-coarse textured clay that has a large amount of 60 mesh sand and medium grog. Fires oxidation to brick red and reduction to dark brown. *We recommend firing no hotter than ^5. Test glazes!
$0.96

A pliable clay with medium grog. Excellent for throwing and hand-building alike. *Fires almost black in oxidation, it is not recommended to fire this clay in reduction. We recommend firing no hotter than ^5. Test glazes!
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$1.03

Semi-smooth red body with sand and grog. Fires paver tile red in oxidation and chocolate in reduction. *We recommend firing no hotter than ^5. Test glazes!
$0.86

A red stoneware clay body with medium grog and minimal porosity at Cone 6. A superior functional clay, ideal for hand-building and throwing small to medium pieces. Fires to a warm brick red color in oxidation.
$0.87

Our popular ^5 B-Mix body with the addition of medium grog and Red clay to achieve a warm Orange Brown color. Very forgiving during drying and good for larger forms. *We recommend firing no hotter than ^5. Test glazes!
$0.78

Dark buff firing clay. Versatile, medium textured throwing body.
$0.82

A good wheel and handbuilding clay body, dark in fired color at Cone 6. Iron colorants in body enhance most glaze color developments.
$0.84

Formulated with fine grog and red art to obtain rich dark color. Good for outdoor pots as well as functional pottery and sculpture when fired to Cone 6.
$0.98

Smoothest of our black ^5 clays, great for throwing. Fine grog makes for a very clean surface finish with minimal picking when carving. We recommend firing no hotter than ^5. Test glazes!
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Coarse body great for tile and larger sculptural works. Heavily grogged, pieces up to 5” thick have been fired with no bloating issues at ^5. *We recommend firing no hotter than ^5. Test glazes!