HAGI SO #1, SeaCuke Guinomi!


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HAGI SO #1, SeaCuke Guinomi!

Postby Chip » May 28th, '09, 17:53

ALL SOLD, PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE SELLER PER HIS REQUEST. :D I HOPE THOSE OF YOU WHO BOUGHT ONE, ENJOY!

I was so impressed with the sea cucumber glaze chawan, I asked the seller to procure some other pieces. He obtained some guinomi (sake cups that are great for tea as well) and Yunomi. He sold his first yunomi on ebay auction for $63.88 yesterday. BTW, the sea cucumber glaze guinomi currently for sale on his ebay auction is not part of this special offering and lacks the beauty of these.

At my request, he has for a very limited time graciously reserved a group of guinomi for TeaChatters at a special buy it now direct price of $37.50 (use code "TeaChat sea cucumber glaze guinomi" along with the item number of the guinomi you want, an alternate might be a good idea as well.). My recent experience on ebay tells me these would sell much higher if sold on ebay auctions. Below are some photos of my first pickings. I selected 3 for myself. They average around 2.5" wide.

Here are 2 photos of ones I bought ... you can see more photos of the ones I bought here ... Hagi topic!

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Postby Victoria » May 28th, '09, 17:55

Great! Thanks!
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Postby hooksie » May 28th, '09, 19:20

Chip I would so quickly take up on this offer had I not maxed my teabudget this month!
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Postby Herb_Master » May 28th, '09, 19:37

I tried but could not find out how to do it. I sent an Email

But with him being away until next Monday, I may miss out! :cry:
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Postby Chip » May 28th, '09, 19:41

Herb_Master wrote:I tried but could not find out how to do it. I sent an Email

But with him being away until next Monday, I may miss out! :cry:

He will take them in order received.

You cannot order through his ebay, that is just to contact him. These are not ebay store items. Anyone need his email addie, please PM me.

He checks his messages when he is away. :D
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Postby Herb_Master » May 28th, '09, 19:54

Chip wrote:
Herb_Master wrote:I tried but could not find out how to do it. I sent an Email

But with him being away until next Monday, I may miss out! :cry:

He will take them in order received.

You cannot order through his ebay, that is just to contact him. These are not ebay store items. Anyone need his email addie, please PM me.

He checks his messages when he is away. :D


That makes better sense, You mentioned adding the code and the item number of the one you wanted (plus backup in case) That was what threw me.

I included the code in the email but had no idea of an item number!
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Postby Chip » May 28th, '09, 19:57

All the photos have a number on the photo. If you fancy one in particular, indicate that in your email.

And yes, include the "code" so he knows you are "one of us."

8) And remember, I am spreading the Hagi love here, not keeping it all to myself as I am so frequently accused. :wink: :lol:
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Postby iannon » May 29th, '09, 00:05

i got my hagi cups from him too. very responsive and shipped lickety split!
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Postby chicagopotter » May 29th, '09, 00:37

Those are super hot!
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Postby Herb_Master » May 30th, '09, 17:16

I think, I have got no 1.
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Postby Dreamer » May 30th, '09, 18:24

I apparently have snagged #7!

Yippee!!!

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Postby woozl » May 30th, '09, 22:41

mmm..gingerbread....
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Postby Victoria » May 30th, '09, 22:45

TomVerlain wrote:To preface this, I really don't like the hagi that look like too much frosting on a deformed christmas gingerbread ornament... So, I am not a big fan of the style...

Ya know, a lot of people including myself felt this way until they finally hold/own a piece.

TomVerlain wrote: They have a beautiful variation in tones and as a fan of hare's fur type glazes, I think the melding of colors approaches that style.
I got #3 ... Can't wait to see it in person ....

I'm in too!! I can't wait. I too, am a fan of the hare fur glazes. I've ask a favorite potter to consider listing a few for us.
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