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Doesn't porcelain fail to meet all the technical requirements of a raku clay body? I meant it when I said that almost any clay can be raku fired, follow simple, logical rules as you work. success rate will be greatly diminished Hand Building if you try to preheat your pots and then place them in a hot kiln. Instead, fire Traditional raku ware was hand built in a deliberate attempt to produce them slowly from a cold kiln. pieces that looked natural, unassuming, spontaneous, and humble. This aesthetic, so unlike European standards, is sometimes difficult for Westerners to ing, you have a point!
Curious, though, and began to experi- and try them for yourself. There were problems linked to the un- washes of clear raku glaze (or try cone 8-10 range that contain copper, rutile, cobalt, and iron. Heavy ment with using high-fire glazes in the Stoneware glazes, you say? This idea low temperatures of raku. For interest- came to me accidentally. Years ago, while I was firing some ware and wait- ing variations on stoneware glazes, see Mark Lancet's recipes on page 167-168. ing for the pots to heat and the glazes to melt, something didn't seem quite right.
It does lack plastic- requires care; the purer your materials, the whiter the body. The popular clays used in formulation-such as ity and strength, however, so it's best used in combination with other clays. V-Material is Cedar Heights Redart,Jordan Clay, and Calvert Clay-contain minerals a similar and less expensive that darken and otherwise color them. alternative that's manufactured Unless your clay includes an ingredi- England. Both T-Material and ent with a high iron content or other V-Material are widely available naturally occurring impurities it, it should be mostly tan or buff toward white.