Parts & Accessories
We stock most standard and common wear parts.
Others can be ordered at reasonable prices based on manufacturers prices and shipping.
Most Accessories and parts are in stock
Clays we carry
Availiable in 25 lbs, 50 lbs, 100 lbs, 1000 lbs rates
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Cone 02 - 9 ~ Buff Clay. An all purpose stoneware clay with a wide firing range for throwing and modeling.
||Cone 04-6 Raku Open clay body specially formulated to withstand thermal shock.
||Cone 06-4 ~ Red Clay with grog. Versatile clay with fine grog. Good for hand building, slab work and throwing.
||Cone 6 ~ A very smooth, plastic throwing body.
||Cone 06-04 ~ White clay Plastic low fire smooth body. This body was developed to conform with certain regulations set by the state of Connecticut. Some commercial glazes and underglazes do not fit this body. We highly recommend testing for glaze and underglaze fit.
||Cone 4-6 ~ Dark Brown clay. Gives reduction like dark brown color in electric kiln. Smooth and plastic for all techniques.
||Cone 06-4 ~ White clay, Plastic low fire smooth body made with Texas Talc. This clay fires to a very white color and works well with commercial low fire glazes. Can be used for throwing and hand building. We recommend this body for classroom use.
||Cone 4-10 ~ Brown Smooth throwing body. Orange brown in reduction, muted orange to c/4 Gray at c/10 oxidation.
||Cone 4-6 ~ Brown Clay. Plastic clay for wheel and modeling. Granular manganese gives speckled surface. Ideal temperature for best color is c/5. Good in oxidation or reduction.
||Cone 06 ~ Raku with Kyanite Good for large pieces. Kyanite adds strength.
||Cone 7- 9 ~ Porcelain Clay. A white firing, high temperature plastic body. Very fine white porcelain grog, enhances strength & throw ability.
||Cone 4-8 ~ Brooklyn Red Red Stoneware body with sand & grog Oxidation yields red at cone 4, deep sand at c/8
||Cone 4 -10 ~ Stoneware Soft warm beige in oxidation, rich gray brown in reduction. Responds well to all techniques. Excellent for production potter
||Cone 2-6 ~ Sculpture Our most heavily grogged body, formulated for sculpture. Sand color at c/6, off white at c./2
||Cone 6-10 ~ White Stoneware A very smooth white stoneware body. Contains no fire clay.
||Cone 6 ~ Sandy White Light firing clay for tile & Hand building. Can be thrown if potter prefers a toothy body. Contains sand
||Cone 8-10 ~ White Stoneware. Near white plastic stoneware body. Good for use with bright glazes. Available with or without grog.
||Cone 2-6 ~ Red Sculpture fine and medium grog. Good for tile & sculpture. Low absorption at c/4-6
||Cone 4-6 ~ Brown Clay, Plastic clay for wheel and modeling. The addition of granular manganese gives a speckled surface. The ideal temperature for developing best color tone is cone 5. Good results may be expected in reduction or oxidation firing.
||Cone 6 ~ VP Porcelain Very plastic white porcelain. Good for throwing. Does not contain ball clay.
||Cone 6 Porcelain. A White body formulated for c/6 firing. Plastic, throw able clay.
||Cone 4-6 ~ Warm Buff Clay. Good for production work. Contains fire clay and fine grog.
||Cone 4 - 6 ~ Brown Clay Same characteristics as 112, but has no specks. Ideal for throwing and slab work.
||#70 Clay ~ A very plastic throwing clay, dark in color, featuring heavy specking. Creates excellent glaze effects with dark gray color and specks.
||B-3 Brown Clay. A pliable clay with smooth grog and color from manganese and iron. Fires almost black when reduced and dark brown/black in oxidation.
||#80 Clay ~ Dark buff firing clay. Fires to red/brown in oxidation, very plastic for throwing.
||SB Red Clay. Semi-smooth red body with sand and grog. Fires paver tile red in oxidation and chocolate in reduction.
||#16 Clay ~ Grolleg Cone 6 porcelain. similar to #15 with more ball clay, making it less white, more plastic and forgiving. Additional silica reduces crazing in some glazes. good for slab forming.
||B-Mix 5 offers the same characteristics enjoyed by our Cone 10 B-Mix. Its smooth, porcelain texture is a pleasure to throw and form, and it fires to a cream color in oxidation.
||Danish White ~ This white stoneware body is a good choice for small to medium work. It has exceptional strength and plasticity. Danish White fires off-white in oxidation and grayish in reduction. It has a smooth texture.
||Speckled Buff Clay. Clay body specifically formulated by request from Midwest and Eastern U.S. potters. Low in sand and grog content, speckled buff is smooth textured. An excellent throwing body. The color palette is perhaps best described as 'desert' or 'Southwest'. Fired in oxidation, Speckled Buff falls into the tan/brown color range.
||Hagi Porcelain Clay is good Cone 5 porcelain clay for throwing small pieces and handbuilding. It has a smooth texture. Hagi fires white in oxidation and off-white in reduction.
||#50 Clay ~ Stoneware favorite. Light sand color with fine specks. Excellent cone 6 throwing body which enhances glaze colors and effects. There is no better all around throwing body available for the stoneware look. Fine speckling shows through glazes enhancing the piece.
||B-Mix Wood Fire Clay ~ A specially formulated version of Laguna's popular B-mix body for wood and salt firing. Takes Salt and Soda well and exhibits very nice flashing characteristics in wood firings. Holds up well in Cone 12 atmospheric firings.
||Cone 7 - 10 ~ Very popular. Excellent thermal shock properties. Perfect for the oven. Contains 6% fine mulite.
||Cone 8-10 ~ A Very plastic domestic porcelain which throws extremely well.
||Cone 5 - 6 ~ Little Loafers has the same fire properties of Loafer's Glory, but has been specifically designed for the lower cone 5-6 firing. It is simply fabulous.
|| Riverside Grit
||Cone 3 - 6 ~ A rich reddish brown clay. 17% grog (fine and medium size) makes this an ideal choice for large work or tiles. Good Sculpture.
|| Speckled Brownstone
||Cone 4 - 6 ~ The addition of granular manganese adds dark specks to our Brownstone clay.
|| Loafer's Glory
||Cone 6 -10 ~ Very Popular porcelain-like clay with the attitude of a stoneware. It is very smooth, a joy to throw and takes glazes extremely well. no Grog.
||Cone 3-6 ~ Just like Red Stone but the addition of granular mangense adds darks specks to the clay.
|| Lyman Red
||Cone 06 - 02 ~ With 17% sand and med-fine grog. This terra cotta body works beautiful for hand, sculpture and tile work at low temperatures.
||Cone 4 - 6 ~ Our most popular mid-range buff clay. It contains 3% fine mulite and a good dose of fire clay for tooth.
|| Moon White
||Cone 7-10 ~ A very smooth, light firing, dreamy clay to throw. Contains 12% super fine kyanite for strength.
||Cone 5 - 6 ~ This a beautiful mid-range porcelain. Great working properties.
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