Some time ago I showed you these maple leaf wall tiles in the greenware state. They all fired up nicely. I'm working on the hanging mechanisms this weekend. In the photos they appear askew because I tried to avoid the glare of the fluorescent lights. I propped them up with a sideways angle. This one is orange with a green celadon glaze over the top.
This one is black with pale blue celadon glaze over the top, kind of a moody blue. These wall tiles are about nine by twelve inches and are very thin; about one quarter of an inch. They'll be very light weight to hang on the wall.
This one is brown with the green celadon glaze over the top. I'm wondering if I can sponge on the background stain colors and have it more uniform mottled look rather than seeing my vertical brush strokes. Something to experiment with in the future.
On the back side of the tiles I'll epoxy a piece of poplar wood. I'll insert an eye hook on the side of the poplar wood between two pieces and string a wire. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.