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Scarva Earthstone ES120 Ming Porcelain Clay From £30.46
Kirsty from United KingdomOwner25 November 2012 16:47
A lovely white and translucent porcelain thats great to work with.
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Lianne from United KingdomOwner19 June 2017 10:46
My first porcelain, and I love it. I've heard how difficult porcelain can be but I found this a joy to use. Couldn't wait to buy a full bag after my 1kg tester. I'm now a converted porcelain potter!
54 People out of 104 Found this review useful.
Michael from United KingdomOwner23 April 2018 20:06
I’m a hobby potter and have been hand-building porcelain for some years but I’m a beginner at throwing on the wheel. This is the third type of porcelain clay I have thrown. and I’ve found it by far the easiest. The clay stays where you put it and it’s less unruly than other varieties. Using the same weight of clay I’ve been able to make larger items than with other clays as it holds up better and I can get it thinner. It also works well if you want to roll out thin layers to cut out decorative patterns.
17 People out of 28 Found this review useful.
Michael from United KingdomOwner26 May 2019 11:35
Haven't opened this batch yet but I've used Ming Porcelain before and found it very good for throwing and for thin delicate pieces too. This time the clay bags had burst through the packing box when it arrived but there was no damage.
7 People out of 19 Found this review useful.
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner06 July 2020 18:14
I use the ming porcelain clay. I bisque at cone 06. I then glaze with GZ2150 zinc multi purpose stoneware transparent lead free at cone 9. Is that ok. My bowls came out ok but I just need to know if I'm doing it right. Thank you
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