The unofficial/official HAGI topic!


Discussion on virtually any teaware related item.

How many Hagi are enough?

1
20
15%
2-3
21
15%
4-5
14
10%
6-7
3
2%
8-10
2
1%
11 or more
5
4%
Infinity ... always room for one more
72
53%
 
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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby Fuut » Aug 12th, '14, 14:21

Hey, I'm not sure if its allowed to put links here, but i got it off eBay. I'll pm the link to you:) (and or add it here later). Also got a tea plate with the 'icesplits' over his typical ao/blue glaze, which is still at work, couldn't bring more with me :mrgreen:
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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby debunix » Aug 12th, '14, 15:58

Links are allowed. I should warn those with TAD that this site might be considered very dangerous. Hagi and tenmoku and art glass chawans, oh my!
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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby Fuut » Aug 12th, '14, 17:16

And worse, they're very secure with timing of posting new items (and thus endings), so it really has become a ritual for me to check stuff out at the right time :roll:
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The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby Pig Hog » Aug 15th, '14, 07:48

There's a really nice 12 oz Seigan yunomi on artistic nippon which I don't really have the spare cash for but I'm tempted to buy it anyway...

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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby Fuut » Aug 15th, '14, 13:49

Oh yeah I've been looking at these;) i think there's also a few at [s]Artistic Nippon[/s] > Magokorodo. Like i said before I'm a big fan of his work - buy it! 8)
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Postby Pig Hog » Aug 15th, '14, 17:24

I've emailed Yoshikawa-san...

What am I doing...?!
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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby William » Aug 15th, '14, 17:29

Pig Hog wrote:I've emailed Yoshikawa-san...

What am I doing...?!


The right thing! :mrgreen:
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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby Fuut » Aug 18th, '14, 15:44

More Seigan madness:)

I bought 2, of what i think/feel are like experiments on combining glazes, to be honest i really like this one (plus the second one, coming later). This is one is a little bit smaller than the standard ±10cm inside. Please see below.

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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby Fuut » Aug 18th, '14, 15:49

And here's the second one, both bearing somewhat resemblances to each other, this one is more the usual size of his work in this kind of form. Also this one seems to have undergone a different reaction, the somewhat greying appearance at the borders between colors has a somewhat scale like texture that you don't really feel but it looks like that, it stipples away towards the amber like color and the teal/light green in the middle, and on the outside it has a reddish leather like color in lowest points of the drips.

Bad explanation most likely but its a quiet intriguing chawan which wasn't very expensive.

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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby debunix » Aug 18th, '14, 16:16

The one-off experiments can be quite lovely, for sure. I especially like the combination of colors in that first one.
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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby Tead Off » Aug 19th, '14, 01:22

Are these still considered Hagi?
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The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby debunix » Aug 19th, '14, 02:30

If Seigan works in Hagi, how could they not be Hagi-yaki?
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Re: The unofficial/official HAGI topic!

Postby Tead Off » Aug 19th, '14, 09:16

debunix wrote:If Seigan works in Hagi, how could they not be Hagi-yaki?

The glazing technique.
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Postby Pig Hog » Aug 19th, '14, 09:26

Hagi yaki refers to the clay used and where it comes from / is made (ie Hagi-shi), does it not?

The same as bizen-yaki comes out of bizen-shi and Tokoname-yaki from Tokoname-shi etc.

Otherwise they'd be named after the glazing technique?

EDIT: Of course, there are certain styles generally associated with a given type of yaki but surely it's not a defining feature or there'd be 'Hagi-yaki' coming from all over the world...?
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Postby bonescwa » Aug 19th, '14, 09:34

I thought that the pottery types were named after the places they were invented and most often used, and we're associating them with a particular glaze. Sure, hagi must come from Hagi the same way champagne must come from champagne, but if someone in champagne makes a pinot noir that doesn't make it a champagne.
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