Porcelain (noun) is a high-fired, vitrified [link] clay body consisting of kaolin, silica, and one or more fluxes. Ball clay is sometimes added to increase plasticity during forming. The total clay content must be under 50% to be considered true porcelain. The clay body will fire to a white or off-white color and may be translucent where the wall is thin.
Artists you will find on Porcelain Place:
141. Natalie Warrens
143. Jim Sloss
144. Todd Whitlock
145. Brenda Scott