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Postby Tead Off » May 22nd, '13, 00:03

debunix wrote:Will treasure my Yi Yong Cheol works even more, now that they're limited editions.

Each one is unique. I will pass on the nice words to him. :D

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Postby Chip » May 22nd, '13, 02:19

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I use 1 (of 2) of his Lotus pitchers just about every day.

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Postby Tead Off » May 22nd, '13, 03:14

I am waiting for more work from Eung Chul. He also does very nice porcelain teaware. Very fastidious potter who doesn't have a lot of output. Plus, I'm close to arranging something with another Korean potter whose work I greatly admire.

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Postby Sergey » Jun 12th, '13, 07:22

I would like to thank you Jeff for what you are doing. I'm completely happy with my lately arrived pot (and hohin set, of course), and I'm pretty sure it's not my last piece of art from Seong-il. By the way, what kind of teas can be best brewed in this pot? Any personal recommendations?
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Postby Tead Off » Jun 12th, '13, 13:40

Sergey wrote:I would like to thank you Jeff for what you are doing. I'm completely happy with my lately arrived pot (and hohin set, of course), and I'm pretty sure it's not my last piece of art from Seong-il. By the way, what kind of teas can be best brewed in this pot? Any personal recommendations?
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Glad you are happy, Sergey. That's a cool teapot.

I have successfully brewed just about every kind of tea in the Seong il teapots. Usually, I will change pots depending on the size. I like to use 80-120ml for many different teas and depending if I'm drinking alone or with others. I have no hesitation putting good Puerh or any kind of oolongs and blacks into them.

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Postby Tead Off » Aug 14th, '13, 00:06

I will be posting new work by Kim Eung Cheol soon. This will be a small selection of copper glazed teapots, caddys, bowls, and servers. Lovely teaware. Please check for the link a bit later.

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Postby Tead Off » Aug 14th, '13, 01:06

NEW WORK FROM KIM EUNG CHEOL. Click HERE.

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Postby hopeofdawn » Aug 14th, '13, 16:30

Such gorgeous work--I so wish I wasn't as poor as a church mouse right now! :cry:

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Postby debunix » Aug 14th, '13, 21:48

Really beautiful stuff.

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Postby Tead Off » Aug 15th, '13, 00:18

debunix wrote:Really beautiful stuff.

This type of glazing is the same type used in the Song dynasty in China to create Jun ware. The beautiful purples and reds are very lovely and varied.

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Postby Chip » Aug 15th, '13, 00:24

Thanks for sharing with us, very nice selections!

Unfortunately, my Korean TeaShelves are jammed packed. I guess I need another shelf!

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Postby JRS22 » Aug 15th, '13, 07:23

Chip wrote:Thanks for sharing with us, very nice selections!

Unfortunately, my Korean TeaShelves are jammed packed. I guess I need another shelf!


As do I, to make room for the Kim Eung Cheol teapot and server I just purchased. I don't have "display" shelves, just kitchen cabinets with glass fronts. It's time to empty the cabinet completely and give my artisan tea ware prominence. A labor of love.

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Postby Tead Off » Aug 26th, '13, 05:50

NEW WORK FROM SEONG IL.

PLEASE ENJOY IT HERE.

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Postby Tead Off » Aug 28th, '13, 08:37

And, more work from Kim Eung Chul coming soon!!

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Postby Tead Off » Aug 28th, '13, 11:01

HERE IS MORE WORK FROM KIM EUNG CHUL.

Some fantastic gyunyo glaze (Jun in Chinese). The color purple!

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