A satin-matte slip based black glaze, great for non-dinnerware decoration. (the name is a joke on mis-reading "satin black"). The barium carbonate helps form a satin surface via crystallization.
Applied too thin- looks like tar.
Applied to proper thickness, forms a silky-satiny black.
This contains barium, manganese, and cobalt, so I don't recommend it for food-surfaces. It is stiff and makes for a great scroffito glaze. It's high clay content allows it to be painted on leather hard clay.
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