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You might also consider grog in place of sand -- grog comes in various types, coarse, medium, fine . . . which could give you a more interesting finish.  Another option is to start with a groggy clay body (one with a high percentage of grog, kyenite, or molochite); after the items are bone dry, take a damp sponge and gently wash the surfaces to remove the fine clay particles and leaving the groggier/sandpaper texture. 

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