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We stock Coyote glazes in pints. We stock a select few glazes in gallons; they are marked in the lists below. Other glazes in gallons and 10-pound dry units are available by special order. Please call for prices and shipping on special orders, and allow 2 to 4 weeks delivery time for special orders.
Coyote's new Texas Two-Step glazes are completely unlike anything they've offered before. A two-part system, each glaze by itself appears as a glossy or (sometimes) slightly mottled color, solid and non-breaking. Layering the Step One Undercoas with Step Two Overcoats produces spectacular oilspot effects. All the overcoats are compatible with all the undercoats, opening new worlds of possility for your designs! The samples below show first the undercoats, then the overcoats, and then the overcoats' combinations with the three undercoats.
Stunning and varied results are easy to achieve with these glazes, which rank among Coyote's most popular colors. You can get great results with just one glaze, or truly spectacular effects by layering them over each other. Application is critical, as the color and finish results vary with thickness of application, and these glazes may not fit all clay bodies. For best results, we recommend you test the glazes for your application style and clay body before committing to them on "keeper" or production ware. These glazes are all nontoxic and most are food-safe -- except, of course, the crackle glazes.
While most people think of celadons as ranging from pale to intense green, traditional celadons could also be clear, yellow or blue. With these glazes Coyote has expanded the celadon color palette to include a rich variety of translucent colors. They are great over brushwork, carvings, texture, and colored clays. These glazes are user friendly, pooling without being overly runny. Particularly nice over porcelain or smooth white clay.
By including a local reduction agent, Coyote has created a line of copper glazes that yield reduction reds in normal electric firing!
Crawling 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.
Coyote's gloss glazes are shiny and stable, with solid consistent coverage in a wide range of colors without breaking or running. Most are opaque, but a few are slightly translucent. Try them under the Shino series or the Archie's series for interesting texture and color combinations. Most of the gloss glazes, unless specifically marked otherwise, are safe for dinnerware.
Coyote's matte glazes give a stony look without gloss or reflective highlights, great for sculpture or the outside of pottery pieces. Not recommended for food use.
Coyote's mottled glazes are user-friendly and 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.
Use Coyote's satin glazes for those times when you want a soft shine without the high reflective qualities of a gloss glaze. Food-safe.
Coyote's shino glazes are gorgeous and unusual combinations of beauty and reliability. The color is sensitive to thickness of application: it breaks to brown where thinner, giving interest to the surface, and yields the primary color where thicker. 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. All except CG23 Green Shino are food-safe.