As I slowly get my home studio up and running, I'm starting to decide on a clay body.
I use Continental for my classroom, and am happy with them as a supplier. In my classroom, I use a low fire clay. It works well with our classroom glazes, and is in my opinion, perfect for my classroom.
However, I'm looking to make functional wares, in my home studio. So I am looking for a Cone 6 body. Despite my preference of the company, there clay descriptions are not great. Most, if not all, of their clay bodies are listed with a WIDE range of firing temps. The mid-fire clays are listed from Cone 6-8 or even 6-10. Even the low-fire clay I get for my classroom is listed from Cone 05 up to Cone 1 or so.
Is there anyone here, who uses Continental for a mid-fire supplier? If so, can you recommend a good Cone 6 clay body from them?