Our satin white is simple at first glance, but looking deeper reveals hidden depths and variation, like a beautiful fragment of Greek marble or a sheet of handmade paper intended for a 19th century manuscript.
A neutral, contemporary gray. Not a shadow, but the hue of a well loved tool-chest or the sweater you wear around the house.
A warm satin black, reminiscent of cast iron or polished charred wood.
Soft cool green, based on historic Korean Goryeo period glazes from the 12th century. The satin surface and subtle application variations make this quiet glaze come alive.
A satin white glaze speckled with brown, it reminded us of birch bark, or quail’s eggs, or a white river stone discovered in the moonlight.
A vibrant pop of blue with a satin surface that looks like a robin’s egg in a nest or the classic shade of blue painted on porches to keep malicious spirits from entering a home
A glossy, variegated surface designed to look like historic green ash glazes of the Carolinas. The verdant green of plant and moss life found on a rainy walk through the forest.