We know there’s an appetite for different types of firings and glaze experiments, and we’re open to trying it. (I’ve never done this so looking forward to it!) Start thinking about the pieces that you’d like to make for this firing.
What’s so cool about Slow Cooling??
"Cooling glazes at different rates can provide dramatically different finishes. Many Coyote glazes are designed specifically to take advantage of this to create special effects, and many more are affected in surprising ways. All Coyote glazes can be slow cooled.
Slow cooling effectively lengthens the period of firing during which most crystals develop, resulting in more and larger crystals. Depending on the composition of the glaze, this will usually produce either large visible crystals, or a matted surface (microcrystals.) " Coyote Clay & Color
You can read more on slow cooling here.