|Project by Dan'um Style||posted 11-07-2007 05:28 AM||1954 views||2 times favorited||12 comments|
Another one of my handmade stoneware tiles made from a honduran mahogany carving.
Fired to 2375 degrees with iron oxide wash.
This one I carved on a Saturday in Memphis.
All work on the woodcarving was done with a Dremel tool.
Frame is made from the same batch of Honduran Mahogany.
Sanded to 220. Oil stained and shaded. Shellac topcoat.
Been sitting on my fireplace shelf. Waiting for a good time to post it.
Tried to sell this one on ebay years ago, but never made the reserve. Set the reserve high. Really didn’t want to let it go. Added it to my personal collection. Will probably be one of my kids christmas presents some day.
Castle, forest, field and road.
-- keeping myself entertained ... Humor and fun lubricate the brain