Raku clays originated from a Japanese method of fast firing pottery which were later introduced in the United States by Paul Soldner. Bisque fired pots, made from Raku clay, are placed into a kiln and rapidly fired to cone 06 (1828 0 F) after which they are carefully removed and either air cooled or placed into a combustible medium to alter clay body and glaze colors. Raku clay body formulas are designed to withstand the sudden changes in temperature during the firing and cooling process.

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Raku Smooth

$16.25$1,320.00
  • Raku Silky is a light texture Raku clay with excellent thermal qualities.
  • Dry clay is also available for an additional $.14/lb at each weight. Please call for ordering.

Raku with Grog

$16.25$1,320.00
  • Raku with Grog contains both Kyanite and grog for superior thermal qualities.
  • Dry clay is also available for an additional $.14/lb at each weight. Please call for ordering.