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Scarva Earthstone ES170 Glacier Porcelain From £4.02
Earthstone Glacier Porcelain
There are 10 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner26 November 2019 20:09
Made some yunomi's for anagama 5 day firing, beautiful results even the ones fired on their sides that bent a little were full of character will definatly use more have ideas
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Lesley from United KingdomOwner28 July 2016 17:15
I struggle with porcelain, lots of flops and mis-shaped pots. I thought I would try this clay and it is brilliant! So easy to throw and shape, it feels like silk in your hands. I haven't fired it yet but so far so very good.
Yumiko from Singapore asks
I got recommended firing at 1240 as best result. How much shrink at this temp?
Alison McfAdden from United Kingdom asks
If I use decorating slips to paint onto the porcelain , I would then dry the clay and fire it then add a glaze, would this work and what temp would I fire to. Also could I add touches of a metallic sculptural glaze at the same time as adding the transparent glaze all over and then would I refire to what temperature?
Greg from United Kingdom asks
I would like to create a textured thin wall of porcelain in the hope that when a light is shone from behind the texture would be shown. Would this clay be suitable or could you recommend an alternative porcelain which is more translucent?Thanks.
Tam from Portugal asks
Hi. Is single firing possible with this clay? I intend to glaze the greenware piece with Botz liquid brush on glaze. Thanks.
Emma from United Kingdom asks
I would like to try this for making small ornaments, can I get away with firing only at 1080 twice at the most, also is it possible to use underglaze on this as green Ware? Thanks
Tam from Portugal asks
Will this mature when fired at 1200C with a 30-minute soak? Thanks
sharon from Australia asks
What is the recommended firing temperature for ES170 Glacier Porcelain. That is, do you recommend firing at the lower or upper end of the range? Many thanks
Nurzehra from Netherlands asks
Every porcelain has its own shrinking margin, I want to know what is this porcelains shrinking margin after drying and after firing. Thank you very much in advance.