Fixing Teapot's Spout
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Here's a kit using actual urushi and gold powder........ not sure about the other previous one. Note that using urushi is a serious case of "poison ivy" waiting to happen .
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gasninja wrote:I am thinking about giving the silver clay a shot.
I have an older shui ping with a broken spout ,a torch and a kiln.
I'll post pics when I give it a shot.
Please do! I'd imagine a kiln is the safer route to go. A blowtorch on Yixing may not end up so well! Then again, you could always mold the clay, make sure it's a bit loose to account for the shrinkage, and then fire it separately. Looking forward to hearing your experience.
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