Kaolin - White clay used in pottery and ceramics as a filler or extender.
Kerf - A width or cut made by a cutting saw or torch.
Key, Key Groove - A square or circular indentation made in or on a mold wall to prevent the halves from shifting while casts are being poured.
Kick Wheel - Potter’s wheel turned manually by kicking with the foot. The base of the wheel or flywheel is formed of cement bricks or heavy metal.
Kiln - Gas, electric, or wood burning oven or chamber that can be heated to extremely high temperatures for glazing and firing ceramics or pottery.
Kiln Furniture - Shelves, posts, stilts, and holding devices for pottery and ceramic pieces, used in the firing process of a kiln.
Kiln Wash - Used on the interior walls of a kiln so glazes and clay will not adhere to its shelves or walls. It is a dry material, not meant to wash the kiln.
Kits, Sculpture - Sets of primary tools designed for specific uses in various sculpture fields such as ceramics, wood, stone, and wax.
Knife Rasp - Tooth rasp rounded on one end and shaped like a knife blade on the other, specifically designed and produced for wood and stone sculpture.