No, check out this informative flyer for more information and ideas for how to work with clay with your students that doesn’t involve air dry clay Yes and No. A Cone 5-6 porcelain will never be as bright or semi-translucent as a Cone 10 Porcelain because less vitrification happens at lower temperatures. We do however sell a variety of Mid-fire porcelains that range in color from grey to different temperatures of...Cone 5-6 standard, light tone clay: Flint Hills Buff Cone 04-05 white clay body: Earthenware White Something new and exiting (Cone 5-6): Peppered Wheat A popular, beautiful Cone 5-6 clay: 5/6 BlackMaybe! Brackers has recently been making over and under fired samples of many of our clays. Below is a list of Flint Hills clays we have tested and what range we were able to take them to so far. Terra Blanc – Works at Cone 04 to Cone 5 (Low and Mid-Fire) Raku – Works...Both! The slip which Bracker’s manufactures in-house is sold in liquid form, however, we also sell wet and dry slips from other manufacturers. Browse our selection of slips here.