Today, we live in an age of super abundance of ceramic raw materials. Far from understanding these clay and glaze materials as familiar rocks, feldspars, and clays, each with unique personalities of their own, we know them only as white, gray, or brown powders neatly packaged in uniform bags. Fortunately, you don’t need an intimate understanding of all of the hundreds of ceramic raw materials that come to us from every corner of the earth to make clay and glaze recipes that work. Ancient potters created their masterpieces from three or four ceramic materials, and, if we similarly narrow our choices, we can also achieve extraordinary results. Ceramic Raw Materials: Understanding Ceramic Glaze Ingredients and Clay Making Materials offers access to that knowledge.


This china clay powder is processed in our factory for different levels of whiteness and particle size.


Ball clay is a mineral formed from the weathering and transportation by water of parent rocks


Feldspar can play vital roles during firing as they are used as the main vitrifying or fluxing agent in ceramic bodies.


pecially engineered kaolins to ensure the products on offer cover a wide range of casting rates and casting concentrations.


The specific chemical characteristic of this quartz ore are high silica content (>99.8%) with low iron and titanium content.