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These are brand new bags of high-quality clays; price includes firing fees and glaze supply costs.

  • Little Loafers fires white and is very soft -- similar to porcelain; can be challenging for beginners.
  • Ellen's Buff fires beige and contains more grog, so it is great for throwing large pots and handbuilding; resists cracking but can be stiff on the wheel.
  • Red Rock is a good all-around clay for beginners and advanced alike; fires light red with speckles and looks fabulous with most glazes.
  • Standard 266 is blood red out of the bag, firing to a very dark brown. It has little grog and can be prone to cracking. Can make dramatic results with glazes.