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low-fire clay, usually red or brown, not- vitreous and porous. it is usually fired to 1800 degrees.
high fire ceramics, usually tan or gray, non- porous. it is usually fired to about 2400 degrees.
used for creating handles. use of water and movement as the clay is squeezed through the hands
a versitile tool used for trimming, carving and removing clay material from a ceramic piece.
small clay forms that are compounded to bend and melt at specific temperatures. used to measure the temperature while firing.
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