Turquoise ceramic heart tile stamped with love words framed in rustic reclaimed wood. Gorgeous gift for house warming, Valentines's Day, Anniversary or Wedding. Contact me for personalised message or another colour glaze.
I stamped the clay with love words then cut into a heart shape and fired. I painted with turquoise crackle glaze and fired again. The 5th photo shows them on the kiln shelf, still warm from firing.
The heart tile is mounted onto vintage - 70 year old Hungarian linen,
and placed in a simple handmade wooden frame made from reclaimed wood from Lancashire cotton mills.
Frame size : 8x8 inches 21x21cm.
This can also be custom made with names and dates etc so makes an excellent engagement, wedding or anniversary gift, Mothers Day Valentine's Day or anytime expression of Love.
You can choose from any of the colours of glaze in my Shop though some show the words clearer than others.
I will gift wrap for you.
Love, the most important concept in the universe!
I love the beautiful turquoise glaze and mounted it on contrasting rustic 70 year old Hungarian linen, then placed in a rustic wood frame made from wood reclaimed from Lancashire cotton mills.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by damsontreepottery within 3 days of receiving payment.
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