Al2O3×5SiO2×7H2O —Montmorillonitic clay formed from decomposition of airborne volcanic ash.
A kiln with a stationary floor but where the kiln body can be raised upwards on vertical tracks, making it easy to load and unload large forms. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
A specialized controlled-crawl glaze designed to crack and crawl significantly during firing (due to extreme L.O.I. in glaze materials), and then melt into isolated beads on the surface. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
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