Contains large comets or charges in the shape of a solid cylinder, that travel outwards, explode and then curve downward like the limbs of a palm tree.
Large spherical display of colour falling down with very fine, soft long lasting trails of colour Usually silver or gold. The displayed image also includes a 2-colour pistil
Bursts to send small stars swarming outward in random directions, similar to a school of startled fish.
Depending on the size of the effect, it can be described as either bees, fish or dragons. Stars sometimes culminate in exploding effect
An effect that bursts into many small groups of different colours, similar in shape to a bouquet of flowers.
An effect that shoots outward in 2 dimensions only to create a large circle/ring in the sky. The outer ring has a bright strong light while the inner trails are softer creating almost a Ferris wheel in the sky.
Contains stars with a high charcoal content to create a long-burning effect that falls slowly in the shape of willow branches, or as in groups of falling leaves.
Bursts into a dense, spherical pattern of stars, each of which leaves a visible trail as it moves out from the center. The effect is very similar to the flower it is named after
A Peony shell bursts into a dense, flower like spherical pattern of stars moving outwards from the center, but unlike the Chrysanthemum, it does not leave a visible trace from the center.
The Dahlia is very similar, but bursts with fewer, larger and longer lasting stars
An aerial shell that bursts in a set of stars which each split in four directions, propelled outward in a cross or + shape, leaving a trail as they travel.
Similar to the "tail" of an aerial shell but without a burst effect. Instead it leaves a thick trail of coloured sparks into the air eventually burning itself out.
Bright falling stars that flash on and off repeatedly after the initial burst