Coates Artist Willow Charcoal Powder Coateswillow charcoal sticks and grindedinto a fine (120 microns) powder. This willow charcoal powder is ideal for large scale art work, subtle shading or even mixing with water or paint. It can be applied to any absorbent surface with a brush or with fingers. Size: 125ml Jar.
Coates Charcoal Classroom Pack Assorted Box of 70 It was back in the 1960s that Percy Coate began experimenting with the willow he grew to make drawing charcoal. Although it took some years to perfect the technique, by the 1970s he was finally ready to share the new Coates Willow Charcoal with the world. Percy's grandfather, Robert Coate started in business in 1819 as a 'withy merchant', buying and selling local willow crops. Today Coates is still very much a family concern with members of the family involved in all aspects of the business. For many years now Coates willow charcoal has been recognised as the best quality willow charcoal in the world and we are eager to maintain that reputation in the years to come.
Artists Willow Charcoal - Giant Stick A single giant stick of charcoal sold in a triangular shaped box measuring approximately 530mm long. The diameter is 35 - 40mm. These sticks are meant for larger, abstractwork and the sticks are quite robust. Please be aware that willow charcoal is a completely natural product made simply from the willow grown on the Coatesfarm. These sticks are made from willow that have been left to grow for 2/3 years instead of being harvested every year.The size of the charcoal sticks are approximate measurements and one end may differ in size to the other. If you look carefully ata stick of willow charcoal you will see the marks where the leaves and side shoots have been removed and also the soft central pith at the core of the stick.
Coates Charcoal Sticks -Various Short Lengths Coates have been making charcoal in the traditional manner since 1819. The intense blackness of natural willow charcoal makes it a perfect drawing tool and has been used by artists for centuries. Back in the 1960s, Percy Coate began experimenting with the willow he grew to make drawing charcoal. Although it took some years to perfect the technique, by the 1970s he was finally ready to share the new Coates Willow Charcoal with the world. Coates Charcoal is excellent quality and ideal for fine, detailed drawing, as well as producing bold marks. This pack contains 100 short sticks of charcoal in an assortment of sizes. The charcoal is carefully packaged so it retains its shape during transit.