The label on back of tile reads...
The true meaning behind Celtic designs & legends is lost in the mists of history, little real documentary evidence exists today. Whatever the thoughts in the minds of those artists long ago we encourage you to enjoy their beauty and dream your own thoughts.
The Shamrock is one of the most widely recognized Irish symbols. Celtic legend suggests that St Patrick used the three leaves to signify the holy trinity: The Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The plant has long been associated with mystical powers and is linked to luck and good fortune and is thought to ward away evil.
Wild Rose Pottery makes tiles from stoneware clay, they are individually hand crafted and are twice fired in our kilns. The Parchment tiles are made with rough torn edges which gives a unique artistic form. They are mounted on a 7 1/2 inches square black wood frame. A wall hanging clip, rubber wall protectors and a descriptive label is attached to the back of the frame.
All tiles are Individually Boxed.