Celadon Show and Tell
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ethan wrote:TeaArt08, Lovely pieces. In the photos the dots come out a bit strong. Do they in the flesh?
Are you referring to the dots on the flowers of pieces or just the dots on the translucent green celadon? After you asked I did realize the black dots do show stronger in the picture than in plain sight.
I have a particular fondness for the unique jeweled hue of Korean celadon and the wonderful art of the Korean makers there. So much was almost lost due to the Japanese occupation and forbidding of traditional art.
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Well, my old ash glaze recipe needs adjustment.. this wasn't supposed to be a glossy celadon, but it is!
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Homemade Celadon (at least the inside)! I've been taking a pottery class for about a year and this is my favorite yunomi thus far. A little bit of crackle is finally showing courtesy of some shou pu erh (though this is my all-purpose workhorse cup). I'm not sure how to upload pictures on the forum so here's an album: http://imgur.com/a/0g2bC
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This is part of my Xu De Jia celadon collection. I love the color. The crackle is still barely showing, even on the older pieces, and I like it that way.
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