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Tucker’s Mid Smooth Stone Speck is the same formula as our popular Mid Smooth Stone with a small addition of granular manganese which will melt through the glaze giving a nice speckle.
Tucker’s Smooth White was designed for the production potter who wants a smooth, light body without the problems associated with porcelain. It has a larger than normal number of different clays in it to ensure a stable, reliable formulation.
Tucker’s Mid Smooth Stone is a very smooth, plastic clay with no grog or coarse fireclay in the formula. This is a good compromise between stoneware and porcelain.
Tucker’s CCS Speckled fires reddish-tan with dark specks which are produced by a small amount of granular manganese creating a reduction effect as the specks bleed through the glazes.
Sio-2 black PRNI stoneware clay with 40% impalpable grog 0-0.2 mm (up to 80 Mesh) was formulated for artistic ceramics. It is ideal for wheel-throwing and modelling smooth pieces with fine details.
Tucker’s Bright White Porcelain is a very popular clay body and it is our whitest cone 6 porcelain. It employs a combination of plastic kaolins to produce a very workable, clean white body.
BLACK ICE is a black porcelain noted for its beautiful black graphite. It has high plasticity, which makes it ideal for wheel-throwing and modelling. Its formula is very stable and is suitable for tableware (food-safe), according to ISO 6486.
Tucker’s 02-20 White is a talc-less clay body popular with throwers and school programs. Designed to feel more like a stoneware than an earthenware, Tucker’s 02-20 White is often used by throwers working in low fire.
Tucker’s Mid Red is a fairly smooth body with just 5% of 35 mesh grog for some tooth. Mid Red is a very responsive throwing clay which fires to a strong red colour. This clay fires to a strong red at Cone 6.
Tucker’s MCS Porcelain is our most popular cone 6 porcelain. It has a smooth, robust and plastic body which fires white. Although it is used mainly as a throwing body it can be used to handbuild small-to-medium-sized pieces.
Tucker’s Mid White is used extensively for both throwing and handbuilding. It is a fireclay-based body with a non-sticky feel. The addition of 5% of 35 mesh grog helps to make it an excellent dryer.
Tucker’s 6-50 Porcelain is a very plastic, workable porcelain that fires quite white. It contains a combination of North American kaolins and ball clays to produce a smooth and very reliable body.
UPSALA is a unique blue porcelain noted for its beautiful cobalt blue. It has high plasticity, which makes it ideal for wheel-throwing and modelling.
Tucker’s Dark Mid Cal 5 is a classic stoneware body designed for throwing and hand building. The high iron content helps some glazes to develop richer colours. This clay fires to a strong reddish-brown at Cone 6.
Tucker’s Smooth Red is an excellent throwing body which also stands up well for handbuilding. It is basically the same as our very popular Mid Red but without any grog. The strong red colour will give depth and character to many of your glazes.
Tucker’s Mid Cal Grogless fires light brown at Cone 6 oxidation and is an all-purpose fireclay-based body. It is very plastic with a slightly greasy feel when throwing. The absence of grog gives it a smooth surface which trims with ease.
Tucker's A-1 White Casting Slip is a light stoneware clay at cone 6. Very white at cone 4. Excellent for functional work.
Laguna's Frost Cone 6 is an exceptionally white and translucent throwing porcelain for Cone 5-6.
Tucker’s White Sculpture Raku is a coarse handbuilding clay which was originally designed for large sculptures. It contains 25% of 35 mesh grog so it is suitable for pieces with large cross sections.
Tucker’s Low Red fires a darker red than PHB and has a smooth, clean surface. While most commonly used as a throwing clay, Low Red is also frequently used by our customers for handbuilding.
Vallauris Self-Hardening terra-cotta coloured clay is non-toxic and washes off with water. No firing is required, and it hardens in air.
Laguna B-Mix Paper Clay w/ Grog has the plastic nature and glaze friendly creamy color of B-Mix and all the added qualities of paper clay. It is a great choice for sculptural vessels and has the positive throwing qualities you expect from B-Mix with Grog.
Tucker’s Mid Porcelain 5 is a very workable porcelain body which contains a small amount of 75 mesh silica sand. Although the fine mesh sand does not interfere with throwing, it is an excellent drying aid for larger handbuilt pieces.
Plastisial Self-Hardening grey coloured clay is non-toxic and washes off with water. No firing is required, and it hardens in air. It can be worked easily and be painted in gouache or acrylic. T