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Dolls Head Porcelain stone wear tiles … made the tiles a few years ago. White slip clay, very delicate in green state.
I bought a gallon from a shop that was quitting business.

This is was a fun pair of frames. Helped clean of my short pile and I entertained my self in the process.

Tiles were inspired by nail hole woodcuts by by Birger Sandzen. A very cool artist.

Thanks in advance for looking at my work.

Regards

DAN

http://lumberjocks.com/DanWalters/blog/11972 series photo bog for this project

http://lumberjocks.com/topics/8871 Birger Sandzen internet photos


tiles in the below project were fired in the same kiln load.

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Nice Dan, really like this frame and the fact it is made from shorts.
 

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Great Job, Dan!! That Tile is exquisite, it's coloration reminds me of the inside of a sea shell…
And You had some Fun!! What could be better?!
 

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Another cool frame. I really like the tile also. Great work Dan.
 

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Nice Dan!
 

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Beautiful Dan, I love that green, looks like jade. mike
 

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Excellent work, as usual, Dan! These will be collectors items.
 

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Frame and tile are a perfect combination.
 

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very nice
 

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You style is really nice, jugend as we call it here. That´s my favorit time period in history
 

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Turned out great Dan!
 

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Nice one.
 

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hay personas a las que nunca se les acaba la imaginacion Dan y tu eres uno de esos privilegiados,el trabajo central me recuerda a los paisajes de los libros de " el señor de los anillos " y el marco que lo rodea con ese color y las uniones simples y profundas se asemejan a un tipo de arquitectura "cabañas" que he visto en africa central,una mezcla rara pero muy original. Perdona que no use el traductor porque se que no va hacer bien el trabajo con el castellano y destrozara el texto.
 

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Thanks Ramon ! I used Google translator for-the-first-time and I appreciate your very kind words.
 
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