112 BROWN CLAY
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.
211 HAZELNUT BROWN CLAY
A nice plastic clay for throwing and handbuilding. At C/6 oxidation, its a warm brown color usually associated with reduction firing. Reacts well with glazes. Shrinkage: 13% at C/6. Absorption: 2.25% at C/6.
266 DARK BROWN CLAY
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.
213 PORCELAIN CLAY
A white body formulated for cone 6 firing. Plastic, throwable clay. Shrinkage: 12% at C/6 Absorption: 1.7% at C/6
308 BROOKLYN RED CLAY
Red stoneware body with sand and grog. Oxidation firing yields brick red at cone 6 and deep warm brown at cone 8. Shrinkage: 12% at C/4, 13% at C/8. Absorption: 2.5% at C/4, 1.0% at C/8.
365 ENGLISH PORCELAIN
Same as 257 but formulated to fire at a lower temperature. Shrinkage: 13.5% at C/6. Absorption: .60% at C/6.