Coyote 036 Crazed Copper is very similar to Copper Blue, but lighter in color and covered in fine crazing on most clays. A somewhat runny, translucent glaze that pools in textured areas. Fires red in reduction.
Coyote 035 Copper Blue is a somewhat runny, translucent glaze that pools in textured areas. Copper blue can serve as a nice base glaze, or sometimes an alternative to clear. Fires red in reduction.
Coyote 037 Oasis is a bright electric blue, with a slight translucency when thin, and a deep mottled look over black.
Coyote 130 Snowy Plum is a specialized glaze with a carefully balanced formula, creating true reduction copper red in your electric kiln.
A specialized glaze, Coyote 131 Oxblood contains a chemical that causes it to reduce locally, producing a true copper red in your electric kiln without a special firing.
Coyote 040 Saturated Iron is a rich, dark iron glaze. Usually has a smooth, deep brown surface, but can also become reddish, especially when slow cooled.
Coyote 120 Bronze Temmoku is a dramatic glaze that emulates the look of a gas-fired temmoku when used on a red clay, but produces a beautiful shimmering bronze on white clays. Also looks great combined with the gloss or satin glazes.
Coyote 027 Toshi Brown is an iron glaze with a light brown to yellow-orange color. Often Toshi Brown will develop surface mottling similar to wood or salt fired glazes, without those special firing processes.
032 Rust Brown is a light brown glaze with a mottled, satin surface. Less breaking than the Shino glazes but with more variation than the Satins.