First City Art Center is a distributor for Standard Ceramic Supply and Laguna Clay Company
We have a wide variety of clay bodies for throwing, hand-building and sculpting, as well as raw materials for mixing glazes, Kemper clay tools, and ceramic ribs from Mudtools.
We are happy to special order any materials that you need.
****To place an order for pickup:****
- All orders must be sent via email to email@example.com (if email is not possible, call/text the FCAC office phone: (850) 429-1222)
- Please include: quantity of each item you would like to order, your phone number, and your email address
Laguna and Standard Clays:
B-Mix 5 (^6) – Currently Unavailable
A versatile cone 6 stoneware with a smooth, porcelain-like finish. Great for throwing and handbuilding, and fired to a light buff in cone 6 oxidation. $32/box
B-Mix 5 with grog (^6)
Same as B-Mix 5, but with a fine grog added to increase durability. $32/box
WC 606 Miller #50 (^6)
Light sand colored cone 6 stoneware with fine dark brown specks that enhance glazes. (Similar to Standard 112 Speckled Brown) Great for throwing. $32/box
B-Mix 10 (^10)
Cream- white throwing clay. Fires Gray/white in reduction and light cream in oxidation. $32/box
B-Mix 10 with grog (^10)
Similar to B-mix cone 10 but with grog. Smooth with a sandy feeling for extra support. $32/box
B-Mix with Speckles WC408 (^5)
Mid temperature, smooth, porcelaneous stoneware. Ivory color clay with small black speckles. Do not fire past Cone 5 to avoid blisters on clay. $34/box
EM100 White low fire clay (^06)
Ideal for schools and beginners. Talc-free white firing clay, smooth, plastic, suitable for throwing and sculpture. $30/box
101 Buff (^02-9)- Currently Unavailable
An all purpose stoneware clay with a wide firing range for throwing and modeling. $34/box
153 Stoneware Clay (^6-10)
This versatile clay is perfect for production and classroom use; it fires to a warm beige in oxidation. $34/box
112 Speckled Brown (^4-6)
This plastic clay is a favorite among potters and handbuilders. Granular manganese specks accentuate glazes in oxidation and reduction firings. $34/box
365 Grolleg Porcelain (^6)
Porcelain body with a parian like quality. It’s white, tight and translucent when thin. Contains no ball clay. $42/box
420 Sculpture (^6)
Our most heavily grogged body, formulated for sculpture. $38/box
547 Red Sculpture Clay (^2-6)
Containing fine and medium grog, this clay is formulated for tile and sculpture. $32/box
108 Red with grog (^10)
A high-fire red clay with medium grog and sand for surface texture and minimal cracking and warping. Designed for sculpture, slab, and coil work. $38/box
182 White Stoneware with grog (^10)
Near white plastic stoneware body. Perfect for throwing, and good for use with bright glazes. $34/box
259 Stoneware (^10)
A warm, medium brown claybody that responds well to all techniques. Excellent for production potters and classroom use. $34/box
257 English Porcelain (^10)
White porcelain that is translucent when thin. Contains no ball clay. $42/box
437 Troy Porcelain (^10)
A versatile, plastic English kaolin body. It throws and takes glazes well. It can be used in reduction, wood, and salt firings. Translucent when thin. $50/box
239 Raku Clay (^04-10)
This open claybody adds sand to the special formulation allowing this clay to withstand the thermal shock that is necessary in the raku process. $38/box
FCAC members receive a 10% discount off of list prices. Discounts are also available for bulk purchases, but cannot be combined with the member discount. For more information, please contact Ben, Ceramics Supply Manager at FCAC.
-To place orders, please call ahead to ensure that we have what you need and it is currently in stock. We will prepare your order for pick-up.
-Dry materials are special order only, please allow 2 weeks for materials to arrive.
For more information, special orders, and availability, contact Ceramics Supply Manager.
Office Phone: 850-429-1222
Office Hours: Tuesday- Friday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.