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Scarva Earthstone ES130G White Earthenware Grogged Clay From £19.00
ES130G White Earthenware Grogged
Firing Temperature 1060°C - 1240°C
The addition of a fine grog makes ES130G ideal for the production of larger pieces. Specifically developed to have a wide firing range, it will mature between 1080-1240°C. This body throws well and has excellent colour response making it ideal for the studio potter, schools and colleges.
There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 3.75
Angela from United KingdomOwner19 September 2022 14:25
This is an excellent clay for hand building and comes out nice and white. I currently mix it 50/50 with ES130 to get a stronger body for throwing larger items.
I find that both this clay and the ES130 bisc fire to maturity at 1120 degrees celsius, of course that just might be my kiln! Doing this has stopped the shivering on my rims and handles. The only other thing that causes shivering on the rims and handles for me is leaving red or yellow slip on them before bisc firing. Other colours on the edges don't suffer from shivering. Leaning as I go.
Meg from United KingdomOwner15 June 2020 07:27
I love this clay! I've been using it for a few years now. It's great for hand-building. It has taken all the decoration techniques and different types of glazes I've used extremely well.
kerri from United Kingdom asks
What is the shrinkage amount on this clay?