en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clay

Clay is a finely-grained natural rock or soil material that combines one or more clay minerals ... There are two types of clay deposits: primary and secondary.

kilnarts.org/education/ceramic-pottery/the-basics-of-clay/types-of-clay

While there are thousands of clay bodies available for purchase, the 3 basics types are porcelain, stoneware and earthenware. The maturity temperature ...

www.thesprucecrafts.com/clay-basics-2746314

Nov 6, 2018 ... Here is some basic information for you to understand the different types of clays used in pottery.

www.infoplease.com/clay-and-pottery

The three most common types of clay are earthenware, stoneware, and kaolin. Earthenware, or common clay, contains many minerals, such as iron oxide (rust),  ...

www.artmolds.com/clay-types

ArtMolds introduction various families of clays that available to the artist, modeler, sculptor and ceramist and its applications.

www.brookfieldspottery.co.uk/classes-and-types-of-clay

Clay is a name for a earth material which becomes pliable when wet. Mud is a form of clay which is used in abundance to make mud huts (homes) in African ...

sites.google.com/site/meeneecat/educational-materials/clay-types-geological-origins-working-properties-gccceramics

Original from GcCeramics: Clay Geology For educational purposes only. Clay Types, Geological Origins & Working Properties of Clay. Geological Origin of Clay

lakesidepottery.com/Pages/Pottery-tips/choosing-the-right-clay-type.htm

When choosing a clay, you also need to know what type of kiln you have access to and it's temperature limits. Each clay has a specific temperature range ...

rockymountainclay.com/types-of-clay

The three most common types of clays that are the basis of clay bodies are earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain.