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Pottery Class Throwing (earthenware clay)

Earthenware clays are the oldest clays used by potters and happen to be the most common today. It is very plastic and is beginner-friendly. It is used for sculpting, hand-building and wheel throwing. You can create sculptures, flowerpots, and other outdoor decorations. If it freezes, water can’t get trapped inside and crack.

Throwing technique in pottery generally mean the process from the time the clay touches the wheel to the time the wheel is stopped. In this more general sense, throwing is the entire activity of shaping the clay on the potter's wheel. Not only does a good throw to make the walls taller and thinner, but the potter is also working to keep the pot’s walls uniform in thickness from top to bottom.

IDR 305.000,00

  • 2 kg of earthenware clay to form (max 2 products)

  • 60 minutes using the pottery wheel with an instructor

  • You will recieve all the final results in 10 - 14 work days after the class

  • The price already including to the firing cost

  • We can not do shipping overseas (domestic only)

  • Non food grade (sample of product : pot, ashtray, vase for dried flower, decoration product)

  • Minimum 12th year old (not for kids under 12th)

Pottery Class Throwing (stoneware clay)

Stoneware clays are moderately plastic, hard, and nonporous. Getting its name because of its stone-like qualities. This type of clay can be easily worked with glazes. Which makes Stoneware a popular clay to use for tableware or dinningware. Used mainly in hand-building and wheel throwing. 

Throwing technique in pottery generally mean the process from the time the clay touches the wheel to the time the wheel is stopped. In this more general sense, throwing is the entire activity of shaping the clay on the potter's wheel. Not only does a good throw to make the walls taller and thinner, but the potter is also working to keep the pot’s walls uniform in thickness from top to bottom

IDR 435.000,00

  • 2 kg of stoneware clay to form (max 2 products)

  • 60 minutes using the pottery wheel with an instructor

  • Foodgrade material

  • You will recieve the final result in 10 - 14 work days after the class

  • The price is already included the firing cost for 2 products (transparent, white and black color are included)

  • We can not do shipping overseas (domestic only)

  • Foodgrade (sample of product : mug, cup, plate, bowl, vase etc)

  • Minimum 12th year old (not for kids under 12th)

Pottery Class Throwing (experiance only)

Stoneware clays are moderately plastic, hard, and nonporous. Getting its name because of its stone-like qualities. This type of clay can be easily worked with glazes. Which makes Stoneware a popular clay to use for tableware or dinningware. Used mainly in hand-building and wheel throwing. 

Throwing technique in pottery generally mean the process from the time the clay touches the wheel to the time the wheel is stopped. In this more general sense, throwing is the entire activity of shaping the clay on the potter's wheel. Not only does a good throw to make the walls taller and thinner, but the potter is also working to keep the pot’s walls uniform in thickness from top to bottom

IDR 315.000,00

  • 2 kg of stoneware clay to form

  • 60 minutes using the pottery wheel with an instructor

  • exclude firing cost and glaze

  • Foodgrade (sample of product : mug, cup, plate, bowl vase, etc)

  • Minimum 12th year old (not for kids under 12th)

Pottery Class Handbuilding (stoneware clay)

Handbuilding is a ceramics technique that allows you to create forms with clay and your hands, without using a throwing wheel. Before ceramicists invented the wheel, handbuilding was the only way they could create functional and artistic ceramic forms. While handbuilding is as simple as using your hands to form an object out of clay, it encompasses three main techniques and forming methods. Once you have mastered pinching, coiling, and slab building, you can make just about anything out of clay.

Pottery done on the wheel looks standard, but that doesn’t necessarily make it better either. Handbuilding techniques tend to have more personality. Most hand-building ceramics have a more rustic look that appears rough around the edges. A potter must work hard with hand-building to make it look its best.