Several Clays Available.
If you buy in total a 100kg you will save a few $ on Macs, Primo, and or Potters Clays.
More info see pricelist.
Macs Classic White. New 2019 recipe.Very Popular fine smooth textured white clay. Good for throwing & handbuilding. Can be fired in both oxidation and reduction atmospheres. 1160- 1300. 20kg - $56
Macs Buff Stoneware. Iron bearing clay. Good for throwing and handbuilding. 1220 - 1300. 20kg - $42.
Macs Whitestone vitrified at 1280. Grogged stoneware. Also a good Raku Clay. 20kg - $49.
Macs Brick Red. Fine sand gives this clay strength for both throwing and handbuilding. 1050 - 1130. 20kg - $42.
Macs Southern Red. Similar to the old extinct Abbots Red. Orange Terracotta. 1100 - 1160. 20kg - $42.
A variety clays are available on order from Potters Clays. A popular stoneware is Potters Clay White. Recommended temp range is 1250 - 1280.
For the full list of clays available - check out the pricelist.
Also available is a casting slip in 10L pal and 20kg of powder to make up your own brew. Recommended temp is cone 6.
Primo have a variety of clays.
The 10litre v2 porcelian casting slip - $76.
Pw20 a popular production white clay 1160 - 1260. $29 - 10kg
Red Brown Terracotta also popular fires a nice colour at cone 6. $18 - 10kg
3 porcelains and stonewares including Cream, Red Brown, and PaperClay. Check out the pricelist.
Buff Raku Trachyte. Strong plastic body. A handbuilding and sculpture clay. a wide firing range up to 1280.
White Raku. Throw, Handbuild, Slab. Fire 900 - 1300.
Buff Raku Sandy. Buff colour. A coarse clay for handbuilding & sculpture. Fire 1000 - 1300
White Raku Paper
A few keane clays available.
Earthenware. Fine white Grog dark rich red clay. Good for Handbuilding and throwing. 1080- 1100
Stoneware 33. A heavily speckled clay. 1250 - 1300.
Stoneware 5b. Fine grog sand clay. 1250 - 1300.
Special K. Handbuilding clay. Coarse grogged white clay. 1000- 1300.
Lumina MidFire. Beautiful crisp white porcelain. cone 6
A few Walkers clays available.
White E/W paper clay. throwable. slab and handbuild. 1060-1250
White Earthenware. Same as the paper clay without the paper! I like it. It's not white though. An off white , cream, or fawn.
Stoneware10. Robust whitestoneware. Great for production throwing and handbuilding. mesh 80. 1260- 1300.
Southern Ice Porcelain. Recommended firing temperature 1260 - 1300. Best Translucency at 1280 and above.
Also Cool Ice 1200 translucent midfire porcelian.
Both porcelain $65 - 10kg bag.
Speckled Buff Clay. smooth but speckled. great throwing tan coloured clay. 1200 Stoneware. Higher temperatures I believe will be fine and could even be a benefit for strength and better vitrification.
Black Clay. Cone 5 is the recommended temp and I would not suggest going higher than 1200. 10kg $46 a bag.