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  1. I've been kicking around of making a bonsai pot for a year or two. I don't have experience but Iv e done some research , found a place to fire it, and a ceramic store in town for supplies. I'm not skilled in pottery but I am pretty good with tools so I decided to make a wooden version the pot, use it to make a plaster of Paris mold, and pour a casting slip I prepare into it. My question is about the clay. The store has armadillo clays 2 or 3 are non absorbent enough at cone 6. And a few other types and brands. They have a cone 5 porcelain (which can be fired to cone 6) , something
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