Among various types of clay used for pottery and ceramics, stoneware and porcelain are recognized for their strength and durability.
Stoneware clay is known for its resilience and ability to withstand both high and low firing temperatures. It produces durable ceramics suitable for functional and decorative items.
Porcelain clay is prized for its delicate appearance and remarkable strength. Despite its fine texture, porcelain can produce ceramics that are exceptionally durable and translucent.
High-Fire Clay Bodies
Clay bodies formulated for high-temperature firing, such as those used in industrial applications, can also exhibit exceptional strength and durability.
When seeking the strongest clay for your projects, stoneware and porcelain are excellent options. Proper firing techniques and kiln temperatures further contribute to the strength and durability of the resulting ceramics.