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During each year, Stone Leaf uses some colored clays – tans, browns, and reds in workshops and for special projects. Then, once an year we mix them all together and have a great MIXED CLAY SALE!Read More
We love all these new Shinos on the market from Spectrum and Amaco Glaze Companies. However, “Shino” is one of those things… you know it when you see it. Read further to learn a bit more about what it means to be a “shino” glaze.Read More
When choosing a clay body to purchase from Stone Leaf, if you ask us for help, we are *always* going to suggest to you that you give Laguna’s WC 422, Whitestone, a try. (If you are shopping for a Cone 5/6 clay.) This creamy white clay body is about 60% stoneware and about 40% porcelain, and is for us, the most perfect clay.
Does your kiln have a name? Our 6 working kilns all have names here at Stone Leaf.Read More
Over the last few years, as the glazes for Cone 5 and Cone 6 has expanded so much Amaco, Coyote, and Spectrum have introduced mid fire Celadon glaze lines. It made me start to wonder, “what exactly does it mean to be a celadon, anyway?”