MBG077 Charcoal Satin Coyote


MBG077 Charcoal Satin
Satin Lijn
Steengoed/ stoneware
fire at cone 5/6
stooktemperatuur 1180 – 1220 graden

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Een goed alternatief voor zwart voor pottenbakkers die minder glans op hun eindwerk willen. Een natuurlijk ogende donkere houtskool kleur die licht absorbeert.

Onze Satin glazuren hebben een zacht, ondoorzichtig oppervlak dat glad aanvoelt. Duurzaam, helder en betrouwbaar, ze zijn de perfecte serie voor elke functionele pottenbakker die een contrast zoekt met de meer typische glansglazuren. Ze zijn niet lopend, zijn gemakkelijk te gebruiken, en zien er geweldig uit met de Archie’s serie.

A great alternative to Black for potters looking for less shine on their finished work.  A natural looking dark charcoal color that absorbs light.

Our Satin glazes have a soft, opaque surface that feels smooth to the touch.  Durable, bright, and reliable, they are the perfect series for any functional potter seeking a contrast from more typical gloss glazes.  They are not runny, are easy to use, and look great with the Archie’s series.


Every kiln and firing is different. It is best to use witness cones in every firing.

Coyote glazes are designed to be fired between witness cone 5 and witness cone 6.

Cone readings are a combintation of time and temperature, and do not correspond directly to any specific temp in degrees. Most digitally controlled kilns have a pre-programmed cone fire setting that will allow you to reach the proper temperature with minimal fussing (we use a cone 5, fast, with 30 minute hold.) For manual (sitter) kilns we recommend using a 6 cone.

Thermocouples and other electronic measuring devices are prone to error and degrade over time. The only way to be certain that your kiln is firing to the right temperature is to use witness cones every time you fire your kiln.
The tip of your self supporting cone 5 should be at least even with the base, and the tip of the cone 6 should not touch the shelf.

May not fit all clay bodies. Test for shivering on your clay.
Store in a warm place. Crystals may form in liquid glaze if kept below 65°F
Test all foodware to determine food safety.