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Used Duck Parade 4 in a row Mold


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Used Duck Parade 4 in a row Mold

No interior chips
exterior normal wear
Scioto Mold #S-1133

  • Model: SCC006
  • Shipping Weight: 15lbs
  • Manufactured by: Scioto Molds

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The difference between them is the temperature at which the clay matures (fuses) and glazes (melt). All "bisque" ware is the same, as far as the "bisque" finish goes (both clays fired to cone 04).

Low fire and high fire are relative terms that relate to breaking up the vast range of firing temperatures that are most often used in ceramics. In very basic terms low fire clay is referring to clays that are often: earthenware, terra-cotta and/or sculpture formulations; where as the term high fire is usually used in describing: stoneware, dinnerware and porcelain clays.

low fire cone 06 - 04 (hobby ceramics, earthenware) Pours smoothly & quickly, drains evenly, produces greenware of good strength. high fire cone 6 (stoneware) A smooth pouring stoneware slip. Releases easily. Excellent for utility ware.

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 20 February, 2014.


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