Showing all 9 results
RHB – Northcote Pottery White Raku 10kg$14.95
An open, white, sandy body ideally suited to raku firing and thermal shock situations.
Equally good for handbuilding rugged sculptural forms. Fires to a stone-like appearance, not unlike granite at 1300ºC.
Bisque Temp 1000ºC / Glaze Temp 1100ºC-1300ºC
Wet-Dry Shrinkage 3%
Dry -1000ºC: 1%
Dry -1100ºC: 1.5%
Dry -1200ºC: 4%
Dry – 1300ºC: 5%
Safety Data Sheet: RHB Clay
RR – Feeneys Red Raku Clay 12.5kg$34.15
A groggier version of Red Mid Fire. Good for hand building, throwing, slabs, sculpture and Raku.
Firing range: 1000-1150°C
% Shrinkage wet to dry: 2.8
% Shrinkage dry to fired: 0.9@1080°C
Fired colour (oxidation): Red Terra Cotta
Fired colour (reduction):
Keane Clay Raku White 10kg$28.45
Widely used for a multitude of different applications – not limited to Raku temperatures. This versatile clay can be fired to stoneware. With a large content of fine grog, it retains excellent plasticity making it suitable for larger work. Great working properties for coiling, hand building and slab work. This body burnishing well due to its fine clay base. Unique in its quality, there is no substitute.
TEMP CONE SHRINK % ABSORPTION CONE TEMP RESULT 1000oC 06 6.85 16.4 03 1100c will craze 1100oC 03 8 13.4 5 1200c 1200oC 5 12 2.8 9-10 1280-1300c 1280oC 9 12.1 2.8 1300oC 10 R 12.2 2.8 FIRED COLOUR EARTHENWARE MID FIRE STONEWARE OXIDATION STONEWARE REDUCTION WHITE CREAMY WHITE WHITE/LIGHT GREY MOTTLED LIGHT GREY
Keane Clay Raku White Paper 10kg$33.45
Traditional pottery clay mixed with cellulose fibre. This increasingly popular and forgiving medium offers a multitude of benefits. Ideal for classroom situations. Our range covers five different paper clays, allowing you to achieve fine detail and surface texture. Suitable for all hand applications and can even be thrown on the wheel. The tiny fibres are barely visible and may be burnished smooth with a finger, rubber rib or stone. Bisque Cone 05 (1050oC) Glaze Cone 10 (1285oC)
BRT Feeneys Buff Raku Trachyte 12.5kg$35.55
A stoneware temperature body becoming very dark and highly speckled due to high content of dark burning trachyte dust as part of the grog content. Remainder of grog is crushed firebrick. All grog content is minus 16 mesh. Like the Red Raku, the Buff Raku is plastic enough for throwing if a grogged clay can be handled. Suitable for addition to stoneware clays for grog content, texture, specking and colour. Suits larger pieces, handbuilding, sculpture and Raku firing. Fires buff at earthenware temperatures to deeper brown at 1300°C.
(NB beware trachyte particles fluxing onto kiln shelves at high temperatures – batt wash shelves well!)
Firing range: 1000-1280°C
% Shrinkage wet to dry: 2.2
% Shrinkage dry to fired: 1.0@1080°C 4.0@1300 °C
Fired colour (oxidation): Dark speckled mottle
Fired colour (reduction): Dark brown mottles with iron blebs
RG – Feeneys Raku Gold 12.5kg$38.25
Colour & texture for throwing, handbuilding, slabs and raku. A finer version of BRT.
Firing range: 1080-1300°C
Texture: Smooth to medium
% Shrinkage wet to dry: 6.5
% Shrinkage dry to fired: 2.5@1080°C 6.3@1300°C
Fired colour (oxidation): Buff cream mottle
Fired colour (reduction): Golden brown mottle with small iron blebs