NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Tead Off » May 17th, '10, 09:45

IPT wrote:
Tead Off wrote:Seong il blue cups. Sake? Tea?


Tea of course. Haha. That vase is gorgeous! I saw it on his blog. Did you buy it? I'll bet it is even more beautiful in person. I'm becoming quite a fan of Seong-il's work.

There were 2 in his studio with this type of glazing. I bought the larger mouthed one plus 2 more that haven't arrived yet.

It helps that Seong il is a devoted tea drinker. He understands the ergonomics as well as the look and feel of teaware. When you hold his teaware, you can immediately feel the weight and balance and harmony that is present in his work. His eye for color and design is very good. He is someone who has stepped away from the traditional Korean path in ceramics and has struck out on his own path but has not abandoned the traditions.

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Janine » May 17th, '10, 09:59

Beautiful things. I wish I had seen the vases. I love the tearoom photo, too

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » May 17th, '10, 12:00

Tead Off wrote:Seong Il vase with sea shells. 16cm high. Sexy.
Seong il vase_resize.jpg


Hi~
HOGO(호고-好古),

So cool~ nice photo more than real :lol:
I got a your seal from Sobong It's so beautiful~ Perfect!
so I will send tomorrow

Best wishes,

Seong il

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » May 17th, '10, 12:10

bonjiri wrote:seong il

annyong haseyo

cool new etsy page ! enjoyed seeing them !

glad to see your works there

would love to see more teaware. chawan (green teabowl) and small yunomi (small tea cups)

thank u
kamsamhamnida

c


Hi,

thanks I'll firing at next wednesday so you can see more new teawares
on 26th May.
I will try to my best!

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby ginkgo » May 20th, '10, 15:46

excuse me ...i was not connected for some days ...too much work with my part time job (!) :(
but for the link you hve to copy it from your navigator and the in tea chat , iside your post massage you have to click on " URL" and past it inside
so it makes that :
http://blog.naver.com/ttogarii

but I think it is ok now... , you manage to do it !

....
I love the studio view with your work ginog on...your lovely teapots !

I have a little lees time to work on my studio and my bowls are ginog on very slowly but it is well too.
best wishes !

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » May 21st, '10, 09:56

ginkgo wrote:excuse me ...i was not connected for some days ...too much work with my part time job (!) :(
but for the link you hve to copy it from your navigator and the in tea chat , iside your post massage you have to click on " URL" and past it inside
so it makes that :
http://blog.naver.com/ttogarii

but I think it is ok now... , you manage to do it !

....
I love the studio view with your work ginog on...your lovely teapots !

I have a little lees time to work on my studio and my bowls are ginog on very slowly but it is well too.
best wishes !


Sounds good,

I understand we live in too distance area :wink:
I like your cups and passion for pottery too
I really want to keep in touch with you on teachat or your blog also sometime I expect to meet you
Good luck I hope your work goes well

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Dae-Gu tea&teaware Festival in Korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » Jun 1st, '10, 11:06

Hello everyone!

I participated in Dae-Gu international tea&teaware festival at 27th~30th May.during 4days
I enjoyed to Many kind of teas and beautiful teawares
I attached some photo of teaware in eventhall

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Victoria » Jun 1st, '10, 11:37

Wow, beautiful!

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » Jun 2nd, '10, 08:48

Victoria wrote:Wow, beautiful!

thanks Victoria~
:D

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby debunix » Jun 2nd, '10, 10:52

These look ready to add a LOT to someone's enjoyment of tea: beautiful, functional, practical.

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Chip » Jun 2nd, '10, 11:14

(BTW, I merged your festival photo topic into your TA topic for you, Seong-il) :mrgreen:

I really like this look in your pots ... hope to put one into use one day very soon! Thank you for being a part of our TeawareArtisans!

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » Jun 8th, '10, 10:50

debunix wrote:These look ready to add a LOT to someone's enjoyment of tea: beautiful, functional, practical.


Hello,

I always attention for the function of my teawares thanks a lot!

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » Jun 8th, '10, 10:57

Chip wrote:(BTW, I merged your festival photo topic into your TA topic for you, Seong-il) :mrgreen:

I really like this look in your pots ... hope to put one into use one day very soon! Thank you for being a part of our TeawareArtisans!


Hi!

thanks for your comment I hope that some time you enjoy with my teawares :o

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Kohiki chawan

Postby Seong-il Hong » Jul 1st, '10, 12:09

hello everyone,

Now I introduce to my kohiki teabowl. Kohiki has a history of between korea(Choseon dinasty)& japan long time ago it made to Boseong in south korea so it use to made clay in Boseong they want to be make white porcelain but it include a lot of iron it's a very dark so potter of Boseong use to white kaolin slip because hide to dark claybody sometimes they are difficult to find high quality kaolin at last often appeared iron mark (pink color) into the bowl. the japanese people of that period think that it's a beautiful things so nowadays many of people likes antique because potters in korea use to low quality kaolin(say to 'pink kaolin') that make a kohiki bowls. it has a some pink dots from pinholes
Now Boseong kohiki is a very famous to teapeople in korea and japan

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Chip » Jul 1st, '10, 16:54

(Hi, merged your topics for you)

Looks a lot like a "gohonde Hagi" from Japan. :mrgreen:

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