Gray in the raw form with a medium sand texture. A popular body for general purpose use. Large and thick-walled pieces are prone to cracking. In light to medium reduction, Rod's Bod fires to a warm brown with iron specks which generally bleed into glazes forming brown specks.
Reduction ( First Image), Oxidation ( Second Image).
Cone: 10 ( max 1300 graden)
Wet Color: Light Gray
Firing Color: Oxidation: Yellow/Buff - Reduction: Medium Brown
Texture: Medium Coarse
Avg. Shrinkage 2±%: 13.5%
Avg. Water Absorption 1±%: 2.4%
COE x 10-6: 6