Product: PF 540 (Jim Robison Crank)
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Burma Masur
Product: B17C Stoneware
Product: PF 540 (Jim Robison Crank)
PF520 Ashraf Hanna used to be the best clay ever for handbuilding. But with the new mix, this has changed… I’ve now almost worked my way through a tonne of it. It’s become heavy and dead. Doesn’t form as well. Not as elastic as before.. All in all I’m afraid I have to look for another clay..
Brian Poulsen
Product: PF 520 (Ashraf Hanna)
I have been using B17C for the past 25 years and have always found it a beautifully plastic clay which holds colour welland gives consistent results on large and small scale pieces. JanineMannion-Jones
Janine Mannion-Jones
Product: B17C Stoneware
Hi Peter, thanks for your comment. We do say up to 1230 for toasted stoneware, however if any customers have issues we have asked them to reduce their firing temp by 20 degrees and this has usually solved the issue. Toasted stoneware can be fired at 1190 and be fully vitrified but will depend on your glaze.
Gemma Bloor
Product: Toasted Stoneware
Fired toasted stoneware to cone 6 and very variable. Often bloated. Would be helpful to know what precise temp this body is optimal at.
Peter Noke
Product: Toasted Stoneware
I love the smoothness of this clay, nearly white when fired, it shows off my more translucent glazes beautifully.
Product: KBJ Stoneware
I love this clay. Works really well.
Jane Jones
Product: Pouring Slip – ES 200 (Smooth Body)

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