Clay

  • Air Hardening Clay

    This air-dried, non-toxic, nylon reinforced clay can be re-used if kept moist. It can be painted when dry.• 4.5kg

  • Air Hardening Clay

    This air-dried, non-toxic clay can be re-used if kept moist. It can be painted when dry.• Clay in 12.5kg packs nylon reinforced• Packed in 12.5kg polythene bags or 2.5kg tubs

  • Buff School Clay

    Buff plastic made of 10% sand particularly suitable for all forms of hand building and throwing. Good dual purpose clay for earthenware or stoneware use.

  • White Earthenware Clay

    Plastic, white earthenware throwing clay.• Fire at 1100°C-1220°C• 12.5kg

  • Tub of Air Hardening Clay

    Non-fibrous modelling clay that hardens gradually on exposure to air. Can be used without the aid of a kiln and high temperatures. Once dry, can be painted and varnished. Age: 3 years+.• Colour: Terracotta• 2 x 2.5kg

  • White St Thomas Clay

    White St Thomas clay with a superb hand building body. It can also be used for throwing. Good colour under oxidation or reduction firing. Ideal for Raku.• Fire at 1160°C-1300°C• 12.5kg

  • Crayola Model Magic

    A unique lightweight modelling material that air-dries in 24 hours without oven baking. Its combination of softness and lightness makes it very pliable for ease of application. Dries to a firm, spongy consistency and can be coloured with paints or pens. Age: 3 years+.• Supplied in an airtight…

  • Plastic Modelling Tools

    Fantastic value, tough plastic tools.• Pack of 14 different shapes

  • Giotto Patplume Modelling Material

    Lightweight modelling material that does not dry out.• Pack of 12 in assorted colours• 150gm each

  • Stainless Steel Modelling Tools

    Stainless steel double ends.• Pack of 10 different shapes

  • Stroke and Coat Kit

    …uses and firing ranges.• Broad firing range 06 - 6 (999°C - 1230°C)• Use for detail over Foundation• Can be applied to clay or bisque• Self glazing with 3 coats application• When using for design over Foundation, no need to clear glaze• 57ml bottles•…

  • Craft Crank Clay

    Regarded by many as the best crank clay available, craft crank is unsurpassed as a hand building clay. The unique blend of fireclays and ball clays produce a pleasant, toasted colour oxidation whilst the speckled orange-brown under reduction is unrivalled. • Fire at 1170°C-1300°C•…

  • Moreform Modelling Plastic

    An exciting and versatile mouldable thermoplastic. It can be shaped just by melting in hot water and cools to a tough nylon-like plastic. It can also be dyed or overpainted with acrylic paint. Ideal for modelling, fine arts, D+T components and prototyping.• Size: 1kg bag

  • Grogged Clay

    General purpose white earthenware body of exceptional handling properties arising from the inclusion of white sand/grog into a smooth earthenware base. Good for general and large items and especially good for throwing. • White• Fire at 1100°C- 1240°C• 12.5kg

  • Stone Clay

    Air hardening, soft modelling paste. Once dry the surface of the clay appears to have a flinty texture. Add a little water to the clay if the compound has become too dry and knead thoroughly to regain elasticity.• Soft and mouldable• Self hardening within 24-48 hours• Suitable for…

  • The Consortium ModelAir

    No Mess, soft, extremely light weight, water based, air drying modelling material. It dries to a non-brittle, lightweight form with a little elasticity that returns to its original state when lightly squashed. Perfect for making models children can play with when dry!Very quickly, coloured ModelAiR…

  • Tjanting Tools

    Brass wax bowls for handling molten wax with narrow spout for applying wax to fabric.• Polished wooden handles • Available in two spout sizes

  • White Stoneware Clay

    An excellent, smooth-textured, white stoneware body based on plastic fireclays and china clays. Throws well and stands up well on the wheel.• Fire at 1200°C-1300°C• 12.5kg

  • Liquid Latex

    Make reusable moulds from a wide variety of objects. It can be used on plaster, clay, wood, metals, etc. Simply brush on, or dip the master into the latex. Latex should dry within 20 minutes and may be removed from masters after approximately 3 hours. Latex always works best on porous surface as…

  • Foundations Brush-on Glazes

    Foundations offer a broad assortment of colours, opacities and textures for the basis of any ceramic project. Its forgiveness during application and firing and consistency in performance make Foundations the perfect staple glaze for any ceramic studio or classroom.• Suitable for glaze layering…

  • Modelling Wire

    Pliable modelling wire for sculptures, mobiles, models etc.• Available in 2 sizes• 0.5kg roll

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