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Liquid glass that is painted onto clay to be refired; the piece then becomes shiny like glass
A snake of clay formed by rolling
Clay that feels hard but still may look wet because it still retains water
A flat pancake of clay formed by rolling or throwing
Material found in the ground that can be molded into ashape and fired into a ceramic material
Clay that looks dry and chalky; it is very fragile in this stage
High fire clay that is fired to temperatures of up to 5000 degrees Fahrenheit
A cup shaped piece of clay formed by pinching
When clay has been heated to temperatures higher than 1200 degrees Fahrenheit, it becomes this material
Clay that has been fired once and coated with glaze; it is ready to be refired at a higher temperature and will come out of the kiln with a shiny, glassy coating
Low fire clay that is fired to temperatures of about 1200 degrees Fahrenheit
Clay that has been fired once
Ceramic containers
To scratch the clay surface
High temperature oven used to fire clay