Clay

  • Air Hardening Clay

    page457 page461 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

  • 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

  • White Earthenware Clay

    page457 Plastic, white earthenware throwing clay.• Fire at 1100°C-1220°C• 12.5kg

  • 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 Stoneware Clay

    page457 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

  • Original Red Clay

    page457 Potclays original red clay, good for throwing and turning and with a good plasticity.• Fire at 1040°C-1170°C• 12.5kg

  • Plastic Modelling Tools

    page459 Fantastic value, tough plastic tools.• Pack of 14 different shapes

  • The Consortium ModelAir

    page463 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…

  • Crayola Model Magic

    page463 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…

  • Coloured Air Hardening Clay

    page461 This air hardening clay comes in five vibrant colours and is ideal to make colourful models without the need to paint. • Colours: green, blue, red, slate and marigold• 12.5kg - 5 x 2.5kg

  • Modelling Material

    page465 Traditionally made, versatile modelling material that never dries out and so can be used again and again, making it very economical.• Non-toxic, long lasting• Classpacks contain 6 assorted colours each

  • Rolling Guides

    Use these rolling guides in conjunction with a rolling pin and a hessian square for perfect clay slabs. Clay thickness 6mm.

  • Grogged Clay

    page457 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 bag

  • Pottery Tool Kit

    page459 • Kit contains; ribbon cutter tool, sponge, steel kidney scraper, wire clay cutter, wooden modelling tool, double ended stainless steel modelling tool, metal needle tool and a potter's rib

  • The Consortium Plaster of Paris

    page463 Fine casting plaster for general castings and modelling work.• 10kg bucket• For adult use only

  • Buff Stoneware Clay

    Strong, plastic stoneware clay.

  • Wooden Modelling Tools

    page459 • Box wood • Pack of 10 different shapes

  • Clay Gun

    page459 • For extruding small sections of clay• Clay gun with 18 assorted dies

  • Stainless Steel Modelling Tools

    page459 Stainless steel double ends.• Pack of 10 different shapes

  • FIMOair Modelling Clay Natural

    page461 page992 Ideal for modelling and shaping and especially suitable for dolls and puppets. When dry, the modelling material has a wood-like structure and just like real wood can be sawn, drilled, carved or filed and also painted and lacquered. Age: 4 years+.• Made from 95% natural…

  • Craft Crank Clay

    page457 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…

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