Left Hare & Moon | Round Wall Tile
The lore of the Hare is rich in many cultures. The hare is often seen as a servant of the gods in mythology and acts as a messenger from the gods to mankind, traveling by moonlight to instruct and guide us. In the West, they speak of the 'Man in the moon' when looking at the moon's markings. In the East, generations have passed down the story of the 'Hare in the moon' who can be seen here, bent over her cauldron, creating the elixir of life for the lunar goddess.
This wall tile is a great way to add a little pop of color and elegance to your walls! On the back you will find a small, round hole which can be used for hanging your decorative tile on a nail or hook.
- 4" x 4" x 1/2"
- hand-applied slip & glaze pattern
- made in Sandy, OR
Kate mixes her clay from raw materials and throws each mug on the potter’s wheel. She uses sprigs and slip trailing to create patterned panels that frame spaces around the mug for imagery. The overlaid images are originally drawn in pen and ink on paper and then scanned and printed in glaze. The image transfer (decal) is then applied to a glaze fired mug and is re-fired for a third time, causing the imagery to melt into the surface of the glaze. The image will not wear away through use and the mug is both food safe and dishwasher safe. During this final firing, small copper crystals will often begin to grow in the glaze, creating beautiful glittering patches of copper and splashes of orange randomly throughout the glaze!