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Scarva P30 Grogged Porcelain From £22.70
Lesley de United KingdomPropriétaire05 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.
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maree de 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.
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Anonymous de United Kingdom21 August 2016 11:37
Excellent slab building clay. The addition of fine molochite in the porcelain clay helps the pots keep their shape whilst still having a smooth surface.
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Joy de United Kingdom09 May 2018 18:04
Although this clay shrinks a lot, it is good for hand made work and you can achieve a lovely translucent finish. Would recommend
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