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Stoneware #5

Contains fine silica sand. Recommended for vitreous dinnerware.

Big Red

A course, deep red/brown reduction clay that is lighter in oxidation. Throws well and can be used for hand construction.


A very versatile, functional, stoneware body. This medium to smooth textured clay is well suited for classroom ceramics involving both hand building and throwing.

Navajo Wheel 35

Similar to Navajo Wheel except that it contains medium/fine grog for strength.


Warm red modeling clay with sand added for strength and texture.

Sierra Red

Low fire, forgiving earthenware. Some grog. Excellent for hand work.


Light-tan-colored sculpture and wheel throwing clay for those perferring to work at earthenware temperatures.