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Della Robbia Oven Bake Clay has a deep rich brown color. It should be kept moist and pliable with water.
Dry objects for several days before baking. Place the object to be baked in a cold oven, leaving the door open two inches, and bake at 250°F (121°C) for one hour. Armatures must be removed before baking to prevent cracking.
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Della Robbia is a trademark.
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I love Blick Art Materials
By the illustrator
from Miami Florida
Comments about Della Robbia Oven Bake Clay:
I use it for my children's art classes. It is a good enough for what I want them to know about sculpture but sometimes is a little fragile.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Easy to work with and feels just like real clay!
One of a kind company and product
By Ailyn the artist
from Westchrster, IL
I utilize this clay for making masks and it is the best product I've used.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Dries too fast
from Gothenburg, NE
In the past I had always used Crayola air-dry clay with my students. I bought this clay because it was labeled "oven bake" and I thought it would be mroe realistic to professional kiln-dry clay. However, when we started using it we found that it dried out faster than my 7th grade students could work with it. They spent the first lesson struggling to keep the clay from breaking when they made it in to coils and tried wrapping it. The lesson was designed to last more than one 45 minute class period, so we wrapped up the pots in damp towels and covered them with wax paper like we had always done with the air-dry clay. When we came back the next morning, the clay was completely dried out and the towels were stuck to the clay. We ended up going back to the air-dry clay and starting over.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: We're sorry to hear that this clay didn't meet you needs in the classroom. Our Product Information Team would like to work with you to offer tips about using this clay to its full advantage, or to help you select an alternative that would work better for you. You can reach them weekdays 8am to 5:30pm CST at 1-800-933-2542 or email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Della Robbia Oven Bake Clay is very easy to work with.
I like buying from Dickblix, they have alot of sales that i like.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Not a substitute for the real deal
from Carbondale, IL
I enjoy working with clay and am always looking for alternative materials. This product caught my interest because of how it can be fired in a traditional oven. I also liked how it would dry over time unlike polymer clay. Unfortunately, when I try to work with this product, my hands get caked with dust really fast. It usually only takes a few minutes of handling time for it to become annoying. I will still use this clay, but not for making any sculptures. If you want to make small and simple things, this clay will work great. If you want to make something complicated and won't fit in the palm of your hand, I'd suggest buying something else.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
from Richmond VA
This product is perfect if you don't have access to a kiln and want to work with clay. I used it to make several small sculptures, a coil pot, and a pinch vase and they all turned out great. After baking, there was minimal shrinking and they seem to be very durable. Will be purchasing again.
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
Easy Ceramics Without a Studio
from Winston-Salem, NC
I bought this clay as a means to making some clay ornaments for some friends and some small sculptures for an exhibit I'm thinking of putting on, but since I have no studio I need oven baking clay and honestly I find that this material works and looks almost as if it came out of a low fire kiln. This makes me extremely happy and I'll be buying more!
(21 of 21 customers found this review helpful)
The Best I have found
By Tirchian Reckinger
from Hazel Park, MI
I sculpt masks from my home studio and have used different types of clay for this. Della Robbia is the most durable of clays for my sculpting needs and will use it in other sculptures in the future.
Images shared by Tirchian Reckinger
Dark Lord Kabookoo Mask
Tags: Made with Product, MASK
(26 of 26 customers found this review helpful)
It worked great!
from Green Lake, WI
I run a camp for children and youth. We don't have a potter's wheel or kiln, but we wanted to have the campers make pots. This product worked very well! Our group made almost 60 pots - and every one of them turned out perfect!
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