A perfectly grogged white clay, made for hand building, raku, and sculpture. With the addition of a fine molochite it is well balanced to give the working properties of high engineered strength and pliability. A very special clay!
Unfired characteristics: Highly plastic, with a fine molochite addition. A buff grey out of the bag.
Working notes: Workable into shapes and slabs, but with a soft plastic feel. It rolls between the fingers for a prolonged time without cracking.
It’s a perfect clay alternative to Ashraf Hannah for uses such as Raku, and large sculptural pieces.
Its fired colour is bleached white even at the higher end of its firing window.
Texture – Smooth textured
Fired colour – White
Ideal bisque – 999°C
Glaze range -1000°C – 1280°C
Shrinkage 1200°C – 5% (Please refer to Technical Data Sheet for further information)
Grog – 30%, 0.5 mm grain size
Available in either 1kg 5kg or 10kg
Ideal for: hand building, raku and sculpture.
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