Satin Matte Light Blue is an opaque, buttery robin's egg blue glaze that accentuates textured ware and boasts a classic art deco appearance.
Tableware producers must test all finished ware to establish dinnerware status, due to possible variations in firing temperature and contamination.
(SM) Satin Matte
Satin Mattes break slightly over edges and texture and boast a soft satin feel. These glazes are formulated to be 100% mixable (except for Orange and Red, which have a different base.) Use Clear Satin to lighten color tones, Satin Black to create shades, and Satin White to create tints.
•Mixable (with exception of orange or red) for custom palette
•Cone 5 / 6
•Pictured results were fired in Oxidation
Tinting Satin Mattes
Satin Matte glazes are fully mixable, allowing you to create your own, specialized palette. Mixing colored Satin Matte glazes with SM-11 White in varying amounts creates a variety of pastel colors from deep to extremely light tints.
Each of these examples feature a single glaze mixed with SM-11 white in two ratios - 1:4 and 1:30. These test tiles were created based on gram measurements and are fired to Cone 5 on White Stoneware Clay.