a mixture or blend of two or more clays and/or clay like material designed for a special type of pottery
a box, cupboard, closet or room that is kept very humid and unventilated it is used to store unfinished work so the clay will not dry out (we are using plastic bags)
a thin coating of glass, it is applied to the pottery as a raw ingredient in carefully balanced proportions, which melt at specific temperatures and then allowed to cool.
the dry or unfired clay.
the quality of clay which permits i to be readily shaped into different forms without cracking, crumbling or sagging
the quality of being filled with air spaces, of absorbing, or soaking up liquid
water and clay the consistency of heavy cream, used to join sections of clay
the first firing of greenware at a low temperature.
pottery that has been fired once-not glazed
clay that is completely dry, ready to be fired
rubbing a piece of hard clay to make it smooth
long, round snake of clay
a furnace, built of a refractory material, for firing ceramic ware
clay that has been allowed to dry, but can still be carved or joined
using the thumb and forefingers to shape a ball of clay into a bow
helps to adhere pieces of clay together for hand building construction
a piece of clay that has been rolled out to a even consistency and get the clay platelets lined up in the same direction
clay fired over 1115 degrees F