This is a micaceous red clay from the Manzano Mountains in Albuquerque. Tribes in Northern New Mexico used similar clays to make traditional cooking pots, which (as is the case for...
An outstanding Ohio red earthenware clay, excellent for throwing, with good strength (works well for Majolica ware). Fires warm red in oxidation from Cone 06 to Cone 2.
Fine-to-medium grog added to R2 Red makes this low fire, red clay body particularly well-suited to handbuilding, throwing or sculpting small to medium-sized pieces.
This coarse, sandy, red clay is specifically formulated for sculpture work, and is also an excellent choice for throwing on the wheel. It has exceptional strength and fires to a rich reddish-orange...
This is an all-purpose, smooth modeling clay, particularly suitable for beginning techniques such as coil and slab building. Its off-white color makes it ideal for use with low fire glazes. Cone...