Here are the square trays all fired up. I half expected the corner appendages to pop off but they didn't amazingly. These have a satin clear glaze over the top. That glaze has a little sheen to it but it's not overly shiny.
A couple of them I had to fill with slip at the edge but the patch job did the trick. These flora and fauna trays are definitely functional but they'd also look good gracing a kitchen counter, placed in a bookcase, or hung on the wall. They're about nine inches square and one inch deep.
I like the creamy white background on these trays better than the solid background on the one below. I'm still trying to think of a handle that might look good on these colorful square trays. I just remembered I could have photographed these with a hidden weight behind the tray to prop them up because I think the plate holder is a bit distracting, next time.
Here's the first square tray I made without the cut out corners. I'd like to make some rectangular shaped trays next time. I've also made more bells; I'll show you those tomorrow. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.