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Title: An investigation into the potential of Singapore clays for use in studio ceramics
Authors: Kemp, Brian Francis.
Keywords: DRNTU::Social sciences::Geography
Issue Date: 1997
Abstract: In this investigative study, eighty previously untested Singapore clays were collected from various locations and subjected to a wide range of tests to determine their suitability for further development as studio bodies. Those that offered the most potential were further tested, blended and developed to create a range of bodies to allow potters to have as wide a choice as possible. These included a range of earthenware, and stoneware bodies, plus a basalt body.
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