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It’s Stone Leaf Pottery’s Annual Porcelain Sale!
All in stock Porcelain bodies – both mid fire (cone 5/6) and high fire (cone 10) are on sale this month. Please read the full list of clays on sale, and the amazing discounted price per bag.
This includes Porcelains from Rocky Mountain Clay, Laguna Clay Company, and Aardvark.
If you’ve shopped our Clay of the Month Sales before, you know this is limited to clay in stock, and it’s only 100# per person. Also, we do want you to know we will not put any holds on the clay; once it’s gone, it’s gone! Well… gone at the special price anyway. We’re happy to sell you more than 100 lbs. or order more for you.
We do have some additional porcelains in smaller amounts in the warehouse. If you don’t see your favorite porcelain listed below, just ask! we’ll sell any porcelain in stock at Clay of the Month special rates!
The Porcelains on Sale this Month are the following:
Aardvark’s Coleman Porcelain, Cone 10 for $18 per bag
Laguna’s Frost Porcelain, Cone 5/6 for $15 per bag
Laguna’s #16 Porcelain, Cone 5/6 for $15 per bag
Laguna’s Babu, Cone 10 for $17 per bag
Laguna’s 550 Porcelain, Cone 10 for $16 per bag
Rocky Mountain Clay’s Jiki Porcelain, Cone 8-10 for $18 per bag
Rocky Mountain Clay’s Aspen Porcelain, Cone 5-7 for $15 per bag
Rocky Mount Clay’s P60S, Cone 8-10 for $19 per bag
Stone Leaf loves selling clay from Aardvark Clay, Laguna Clay Company, and Rocky Mountain Clay. By selling from these manufacturers we offer a broad variety of clays, and we know full well we are going to leave clay making to the experts! Each company offers a different and unique way of making clay, resulting in each and every porcelain being a beautiful body.
Of course, porcelain is known for it’s finicky personality; always feel free to ask the staff at Stone Leaf what they know about the clay you are buying. Because at Stone Leaf we *use* what we sell; we aren’t just some retail location that just sells but does not experience what they are selling. We are potters by nature! (Of course, Sophia’s a potter by nurture/example/because her Mom made her!)
Photo is close up of porcelain bowl made by Heather Eves Mercer, Tampa, Florida.