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This framed tile display is sold .. see below … but is available by special order [email protected]

Framed stoneware tile from Ravenstones tileworks in Seattle. Artist Laura Reutter, founder of Ravenstone. Frame made a couple weeks ago. Built in a batch w/ of 12 other various frames. Not much labor in the piece due to the batch run. This one has been a good seller on Ebay. Think people like the tile and grueby green is a popular color in the arts and crafts period style. Acorns and Oak go together too.
Quartersawn white oak frame is simple mortice and tenon contruction. Sides on this one are bookmatched. The 4 pieces are different thicknesses and offset to create a shadow line in the design. It is 12×11 inches.
I call this my pagoda style frame. finish is aniline alchohol dye with oil stain. Poly finished with shellace top coat, thick black paste wax. .... link to ebay auction

More explained about this project ,,, pricing etc … in the eBay blog entry.

sold on ebay for $163 7-21-7 ... great price

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Beautiful as usual Dan. I'm going to miss the chat tomorrow…deadline at work….hate it when that happens. Have fun….I'll browse the transcript. You've definitely got me inspired. Once I clear the decks a little I'm going to try my hand.
 

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Dan, Another unique and attractive project. These are truly "works of art."

Thanks a lot for being so open as to share your techniques and processes with us. It helps us amateurs a lot!
 

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Dan -

These are wonderful! I really like your work and the Arts & Crafts Style. I have seen Laura's work before and posted her website below for anyone interested in these beautiful tiles.

RAVENSTONE TILES by Laura Reutter from Port Townsend, WA
 

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Nice piece Dan - I'm taking the time to look at all your work this evening…
 
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