Scarva Earthstone ES10 Extra Smooth White Clay From £2.89
Firing Temperature 1160-1280°C
A highly versatile fine white body with a broad range of applications. ES10 Extra Smooth White matures between 1160°C - 1280°C. This unusually wide firing range means ES10 can be high bisque fired to 1160°C for low temperature earthenware glazes, or bisque fired to 1000°C for mid temperature and stoneware glazes. It throws, models and casts extremely well and takes sprigged or stamped decoration. ES10 Extra Smooth White is also available as a ready made casting slip.
There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 4.75
Melanie from United KingdomOwner20 August 2016 17:51
This is a wonderful clay. I use it a lot. The wide firing range means I can use mid range glazes or cone 6, making it very versatile. It's also very white when fired and great to use with very detailed stamps.
Joy from United KingdomOwner07 April 2015 13:55
Very nice for use when mold making. Very smooth. I haven't fired it though so can't pass judgement on that.
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neadi from Ireland asks
Are these low firing smooth clays ok for simple handbuilding? tiles, slab building, pinch pots etc?
Gary from United Kingdom asks
At what temperature does this clay become impermeable to water?
Guillermo from United Kingdom asks
Is this clay from the UK?
Lesley from United Kingdom asks
Is this clay suitable for making a fine mould of a flint hand tool to be cast in pewter?
Anne-Marie from United Kingdom asks
I want to use low temp (1100) glazes with this clay and followed advice I saw to bisque to 1160 but my sprayed glazes didn't settle as the body wasn't porous enough. What do you recommend is the highest bisque temp I should try for spraying glazes? How will firing at 60C lower than the maturing temp affect the clay? thanks
Ian from United Kingdom asks
Hi. Could you tell me the shrikage @ cone 6. Many thanks Ian
Adam Beales from United Kingdom asks
How much grogg is in this clay ? Thanks Adam