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COYOTE CONE SIX GLAZES, SLOW COOLED

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Coyote Glazes work great in a normal firing, but they can look even better when slow cooled.  Take a look at the difference made by cooling some of our glazes slowly:

Archie's Base Blue Purple Green Matt 
NEW! Crystal Aurora (Regular)  JB's Brown Leopard Shino Pam's Green  NEW! Crystal Aurora (Slow) 

 

 Scroll down from here to see every Coyote glaze in a slow cool, and click the tiles to see a side by side comparison with a normal cool! All the tiles shown below were fired to Cone 6 and slow cooled. Or, click here to go to the slow cool glazes page, where you can see the slow cool schedule we use and find out more about cooling Coyote Glazes slowly.

 

Slow Cool Glazes

Our special slow cool glazes are specifically designed to take advantage of the controlled cooling process, including the easiest crystal glazes available!

Autumn Spice Light Gold Mars Red Iron Summer Spice
Crystal Celadon Crystal Lagoon Ivory Crystal  Crystal Aurora

Archie's Glazes

Our most popular series, you can achieve stunning and amazingly varied results with a single glaze, or truly spectacular effects by layering over other glazes. This series is more demanding, the application is critical; too thin and they can be ugly, too thick and they will be runny. Food safe. These glazes don't fit all clay bodies, be sure to read the clay and glaze fit page at http://www.coyoteclay.com/glazefit.htm

Archie's Base Blue Purple Eggplant Gun Metal Green Ice Blue
 
Opal Red Gold Rhubarb

 

Mottled Glazes

Our Mottled series is very user friendly, perfect for beginners or students. They provide interesting color variations without being runny. Brighter colors where thick, darker where thin. Great layered over other glazes too! Food safe.

Cactus Green Croc Blue Fire Opal JB'S Brown Mottled Blue
Pam's Blue Pam's Green Sunset Pink

 

Copper, Iron and Miscellaneous Glazes

These glazes don't belong to any family, so each will behave differently, but they are all nice. Food safe except Bronze Temmoku.

Bronze Temmoku Copper Blue Crazed Copper Oasis Oxblood 
 
Rust Brown Saturated Iron  Snowy Plum  Toshi Brown

 

Frank's Colored Celadon Glazes

Our translucent glazes are great over brushwork, carvings and texture and colored clays. While celadons are usually thought of as ranging from pale to intense green, traditional celadons could also be clear, yellow or blue. We have expanded the pallete to include a rich variety of colors. These glazes are user friendly, pooling without being overly runny. Particularly nice over porcelain or smooth white clay. Food safe (except Peacock Green)

Dusty Rose Sedona Sunset Peach Blush Stormy Sea Aqua Key Lime
Peacock Root Beer Sunshine Yellow Night Sky Sapphire Rainy Day

 

Matt Glazes

Our Matt glazes give a matt, stony look, great for sculpture or the outside of pottery pieces. Not recomended for food use.

Blue Matt Creamy Matt Creamy Matt W/Specks Green Matt Iron Matt
Turquoise Matt

 

Shino Glazes

Our Shino glazes are gorgeous (exquisite, dazzling!) and most unusual, a rare combination of beauty and reliability. The color is sensitive to thickness, breaking brown where thinner and giving interest to the surface. Very user friendly, the Shinos are easy to apply, are not runny and are at their best over texture; they're also great over other glazes. Food safe (except Green Shino)

Blue Shino Butterscotch Shino Cedar Shino

Desert Sage

Espresso Bean Green Shino
Goldenrod Shino Leopard Shino Light Shino

Light Blue Shino

Light Green Shino Mocha Shino
Pistachio Shino

Shino

Plum Shino

Sandstone Shino

Steel Gray Shino

Sunrise Shino

 

Crawl Glazes

Crawl glazes provide an interesting texture, great for sculptural work or as an accent on pottery. Try them over another glaze or underglaze. Not recommended for food use.

 Black Crawl Blue Crawl Cactus Crawl

Chocolate Crawl

Croc Crawl

White Crawl

 

Satin Glazes

Don't want a high gloss? Use our Satin glazes, they have a soft, satiny surface. Food safe.

Alabaster Satin Baby Blue Satin Cerulean Satin Charcoal Satin Cherry Satin Coral Satin
Forest Satin
Hazelnut Satin
Lapis Satin
Lemon Cream Satin
Orchid Satin
Seafoam Satin

 

Gloss Glazes

Our Gloss glazes are shiny and stable. They don't break or run, but provide a solid consistent coverage in a wide range of colors. Most are opaque, a few are slightly translucent. Try them under the Shino series or the Archie's series for interesting texture and color combinations. Food safe.

Almost Teal

Black

Buttercup

Chrome Green

Cinnamon Stick

Clear

Cobalt Blue

Eggshell

Light Blue

Mint

Oatmeal

Orange

Pansy Purple

Pumpkin

Really Red

Red

Red Orange Violet White Yellow Orange

 

Texas Two Step Oilspot Glazes

Our oilspot glazes work in combination to create dramatic effects.  Individually, they behave similarly to the Gloss Glazes, but they are divided into Undercoats and Overcoats.  Layering Overcoats and Undercoats together creates oilspots that are unlike anything else available today!  Several color options mean lots of possible combinations, so your work is sure to stand out.   
Read more about Texas Two Step glazes and how to use them to create oilspots.

Blue Moon
Overcoat
Birch
Overcoat
Texas Rose
Overcoat
Marshmallow
Overcoat
Sea Mist
Overcoat
Licorice
Undercoat
Coffee Bean
Undercoat
Brick Red
Undercoat
Marshmallow over Licorice