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Scarva Earthstone Professional PF670 Black Textured From £24.48
Firing Temp 1080-1220°C
Scarva Professional Black Clay bodies, PF660, PF670 & PF680 are not suitable for making Domestic Tableware.
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MElinda Dempsey from Ireland asks
Please could you tell me the percentage of the amount of grog and the size.
Zsiri from Ireland asks
Hello, could you tell me the what percentage this clay shrinks please?
Trish from United Kingdom asks
When used with your low expansion white gloss glaze, would this clay and glaze be food safe? Thank you.
Josie from United Kingdom asks
Hi, could you tell me the porosity of this clay. Thanks!
Sal from Ireland asks
Can this be included in the same kiln firing with other white stoneware items (including those with clear glaze) or would the carbon burning affect the other pieces?
Oliver from United Kingdom asks
Would this yield good results if burnished? I'm designing a tower that seems to grow out of bedrock and thought that burnishing might make this interesting. Forgive me if it is a daft question, I'm not hugely experienced and I'm blind too. What sort of colour variation is there when firing? Are there dark greys as well as black.?
Tracy from United Kingdom asks
Are there any precautions that should be taken when working with this clay. Like when it’s been fired etc
Kate from United Kingdom asks
Hi there Please could you tell me which white glaze have you used in the picture of the vase ? I am going to try this clay with a white zircon glaze and wondered which one you have used. Thanks
Emma from United Kingdom asks
Can you make this clay watertight? Making a case for flowers for example?
Rachel from United Kingdom asks
Which glazes would work best with this type of clay then? Would the low shrinkage clays work well? Many thanks