Poohblah wrote:In case you are curious, the stamp for the first pot reads 清樂 Qing Le and the stamp on the second pot reads 錢云仙 Qian Yun Xian. These are Chinese pronunciations; I don't know the Japanese pronunciations.
The first pot is very pretty and even if it is large I would consider it to be an excellent thrift store find. It looks to be of decent quality and hopefully it is useable to brew tea.
That is exactly what I wanted to know, so thank you very much. That nugget of information led me to:
And while perhaps not accurate, suggests they are selling them for 580-800 yuan, which is $93-129;
which means, I got a deal for two dollars
The qing le I could not find any relevant information.