High-fired vitreous claybody containing kaolin, silica, fluxes, and often ball clay to increase plasticity, with total clay component not more than 50%. Usually pure white or “eggshell” in color; some porcelains may fire translucent where thin. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
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Using Slip Casting, Handbuilding, Press Molding and Throwing Techniques to Create Complex Sculptures
Ceramic artist Valerie Zimany shares her process for combining cast, thrown and handbuilt parts.
When One Technique Just Won’t Do
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