Tony Hansen on thu 11 mar 04
It is made by Plainsman clays, I formulated it using
a high iron medium plasticity smooth middle temperature
stoneware clay from Montana conditioned with some
Saskatchewan buff burning smooth stoneware.
I have a piece to do in red clay and picked up a bag of \"Red stone\" without thinking about the face that I\'ll be rakuing it. Has anyone used this clay? Unfortunately I\'m not sure of the manufacturer of this clay, but it does go by that name -- and is a cone 8 clay.
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