Tag Archives: Tiles

Handing Down the Art of Calligraphy

Clayworks has been hand lettering clay tiles for decades. Most of the work is done for church, school, and nonprofit “name-tile” fundraising projects. My dad, who had some experience in pen and paper calligraphy, learned to apply the technique to … Continue reading

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The finished address number plaque

The finished plaque waiting to be picked up and installed on our client’s front porch. See more our work at Clayworks.net

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large house numbers

I thought our readers would like to see this house number plaque as it gets finished. the client chose the 6 inch number tiles surrounded by two shades of green square 2 inch tiles. In the  picture they have been … Continue reading

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In Production This Week

Clayworks is working on a donor tile fund raising project for Johnson City, TX.  Also we are setting a table with critter tiles left over from a previous job.

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Finishing table

Here is a photo of the table destined to go to West Texas. You will remember Colby did the iron work and we made and set the tiles. These tiles were made from leftover tiles from her kitchen. I think … Continue reading

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Busy day

A web client is interested in an address plaque for a seaside home. Chris laid out some options for her to look at.

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Opening the kiln today

Will be inspecting extra large tiered sconces to see if there will be any problems with pricing on making 14. Normally our largest is 16 ” tall but the client wants them 24″. I’m thinking 22″ will be big enough. … Continue reading

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