Scarva P30 Grogged Porcelain From £3.99
Firing Temp 1220-1280°C
Translucent, very plastic and firing extremely white. This porcelain has some fine molochite added to facilitate drying without cracking. The molochite helps to control both the drying and shrinkage making this porcelain much more resistant to warping. It can be used for throwing, hand-building or sculptural work.
There are 4 reviews with an average rating of 5.00
Lesley from United KingdomOwner05 September 2015 15:16
I usually use a stoneware clay but wanted to try porcelain so I thought a grogged porcelain would be a good starting point. I was blown away by how lovely it is to work with! It is a thirsty clay so you can't mess around too long but it is a joy to centre, pull up and shape on the wheel. I have used dozens of different clays over the years but this is the best by far. I just hope it fires OK and does not crack or warp. I will certainly order it again as soon as I have fired it.
maree from United Kingdom27 January 2019 13:47
This is the best porcelain I've come across for slab building. My slabs are rolled to a thickness of 3 mm and shaped into cylindrical pots and with a few exceptions they always retain their shape after firing.
Amy from United Kingdom asks
Can you fire this clay at cone 10 as I'm hoping to use it for a reduction wood firing?
patrizia from Italy asks
Among all your porcelains, which is the best for being manipulated both by hands and by throw without drying too much quickly? Thank you very much.