If you don't know what a Tiki is... (I didn't), it's a Hawaiian good luck piece. They represent Hawaiian gods and are supposed to bring the owner protection and luck.
Anyway, it gives me something to work on while I wait for my other pieces to be fired. The bird soap dishes should soon be ready and possibly some of the windchime pieces. Windchimes take so many little pieces and beads that it takes a bit of time to get everything ready for assembly.
I also added a coat or 2 of a clear mat glaze to the black and white cat planter... since it might end up outside in the elements.
BTW, I'm curious... but have many of you done the ancestry DNA test or possibly the 23andme one? DH and I both did the ancestry DNA about a year ago. Just recently we got an update on the results. My first results were 60% British.... (which is possible since my dad and grandparents were from London) but dad's grandparents were Irish and the first results were only 6% Irish (maiden name is O'Regan??) Again... guess this is possible as I've no idea how these things are done and perhaps the Irish has been diluted out over the generations.
But the new update has me now 48% Ireland and Scotland and 44% England and Wales - with a tiny 6% France (mom's entire side comes from French - New Orleans, Jamaica, and France) - only 6% seems odd (and of course there's 2% Spain?). Just makes me wonder why so much of my father's side shows up in my DNA and so little of my mother's. Anyway, I guess I should be happy that the basic results were pretty much as expected - English, Irish, and French - no big surprises there.
It's Friday! Have a great weekend!