Partly funded by a grant from the Arts Council, youngsters in the village have created ceramic illustrations which were unveiled on Sunday.
It comes as part of the Little Ryton Village Hall street party, which included live entertainment, children's activities, a flower competition, a dog show and a BBQ.
Approximately 150 to 200 people were in attendance, with people from the village and surrounding areas coming together to celebrate Her Majesty's 70 years on the throne.
Helen Whittle-Rainsford, a member of the community, said: "It's absolutely wonderful. It's lovely to see the village and surrounding areas coming together."
The ceramic artwork produced by children in the community was unveiled at 4pm, which included the work of young people from the age of three all the way up to 18.
Around 30 of the children attended a workshop at Ryton Village Hall led by freelance art and ceramics workshop leader Stephanie Kelly from Shrewsbury.
She works closely with The Hive and has undertaken many similar workshops.
She was joined by Mike Griffiths who, like Stephanie, was an art teacher and created the wonderful Wakeman Trail in Shrewsbury.
The children had free reign to try out different techniques and let their imagination take flight; the tiles have now been glazed, fired and assembled onto the plaque.
The artwork will be installed on the outside of the village hall, with a write up of the children's work to be placed inside the hall for passers-by to read.