At the moment I am offering only a few glazes -- those that have worked consistently well for me, and that I think fit in well with the Arts and Crafts home. I will list them here, starting with my favorite. Be aware that these colors may look different on your browser. The best way of being sure of the color is to ask for a free sample.
OLD COPPER GLAZE:
This green glaze works beautifully on textured tiles, and can turn out anywhere from olive to aqua, depending on the thickness and position in the kiln. It is mostly matte, but with a hint of a satin shine on some tiles. On the field tiles I put it on terra-cotta clay, and a bit of the clay body shows through.
This tawny, satin glaze, shows tiny speckles when viewed up close. It can vary from almost matte to lightly glossy, depending on thickness. Tiles in this warm hue work well in concert with the green tiles, serving to balance the cool green.
This rich glaze really makes me think of making fudge! Just like fudge, it can be satin or glossy. I have included it because it echoes the tones of dark woodwork so prevalent in Bungalows.
This rich opaque satin glaze, matches the Copper Metallis glaze in hue , without the shimmer. Its smooth reliable consistency makes it perfect for field tiles.
METALLIC COPPER GLAZE:
This is a true metallic glaze.Tiles including this glaze work well installed on a kitchen backsplash, next to your gleaming copper pots. I use it in raised areas on my 6-inch Accent tiles, paired with green glaze. This glaze combination is fast becoming my signature style.