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Dry raw materials used in creating pottery glazes, clay bodies, fine arts including cast sculpture and painting.
 
 
 

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A refractory material that increases the viscosity of glazes
RM-ALU
$5.00
 
OM-4 is a fine-grained ball clay with excellent plasticity and strength
RM-BALL
$2.00
 
A source of barium oxide for glazes.
RM-BAR
$5.00
 
A colloidal clay of volcanic origin that increases plasticity of other clays.
RM-BEN
$2.00
 
A source of calcium and phosphate. A plasticizer for clay bodies.
RM-BON
$4.00
 
A low-fire flux, but small amounts in high-fire glazes can help a glaze melt more smoothly.
RM-BOR
$4.50
 
Chrome oxide is a refractory ceramic colorant. It is a bright to dark green crystalline powder insoluble in alkalis and acids.
RM-CHR
$18.00
 
It is a strong colorant and almost always produces blue in glazes.
RM-COBCA
$25.00
 
It is a metallic coloring oxide that produces blue in glazes at all temperatures.
RM-COBOX
$36.00
  RM-COPCARB
$15.00
 
Helps form tough, hard glazes.
RM-COR
$3.50
 
A natural source of magnesium and calcium oxides.
RM-DOL
$2.50
 
Feldspars vary in composition and availability, with some containing potash, and others, soda.
RM-FELCU
$2.75
 
Hawthorne Bond Fire Clay fires a light color with approximately 10% shrinkage at cone 10. Ground to 35 mesh.
RM-FIRHB
$2.50
 
Soft sodium borosilicate frit for glazes.
RM-FR3110
$4.00
 
This borosilicate frit is high in calcium which means it will affect browns and iron oxide colors.
RM-FR3124
$6.00
 
This is a popular frit and has been used for many years.
RM-FR-3134
$5.00
 
This frit is very high in boron and fluid.
RM-FR3195
$6.00
 
Gerstley Borate use in glazes as a secondary flux at mid range and often as primary one at low fire and raku
RM-GER
$4.50
 
Cedar Heights Goldart is a selectively mined, plastic stoneware clay which is airfloated.
RM-GOL
$3.00
 
Grog is used mainly as a clay body addition to control drying and fired shrinkage and to open the body.
RM-GRCO
$2.00
 
Grog is used mainly as a clay body addition to control drying and fired shrinkage and to open the body.
RM-GRFIN
$2.00
 
Grog is used mainly as a clay body addition to control drying and fired shrinkage and to open the body.
RM-GRMED
$2.00
  RM-IRCHRO
$5.00
 
Black iron is used as a colorant for a wide range of non-ceramic products.
RM-IROXBL
$7.00
 
Red iron oxide is the most common colorant in ceramics.
RM-IROXRE
$8.00
 
EPK Kaolin is among the whitest-firing and most plastic of the North America kaolins.
RM-KAOEPK
$2.25
 
Grolleg is moderately plastic, has low titania content and relatively high flux content, low shrinkage, and white fired color, making it excellent for translucent throwing or casting bodies.
RM-KAOGR
$3.50
 
Kyanite is used as a low-thermal-expansion grog in raku bodies.
RM-KYA
$3.00
 
Lithium Carbonate at high temperatures it is an active flux, allowing the use of more alumina and silica in alkaline glazes to increase their hardness.
RM-LIT
$18.00
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