NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea


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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » Aug 22nd, '10, 20:08

Geekgirl wrote:Received a lovely little teapot in the mail yesterday. I know I know! I tease! I tease! (photo later.)

Sounds good!
Is it not hurts?
I hope you'd like teapot! :wink:
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Chip » Aug 22nd, '10, 20:37

Best of luck Seong-il in your show!

Looks like beautiful pieces. Maybe luck is not needed! :mrgreen:
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby JBaymore » Aug 22nd, '10, 22:18

Show looks wonderful. Congratulations.

best,

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Geekgirl » Aug 22nd, '10, 22:30

It's beautiful, and arrived in fine shape, thanks to your lovely packaging!


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seong il shino and ash teapot, on Flickr


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packaging, on Flickr

flickr FINALLY put bbcode in their share script, YAY! so if you click on the images, it should take you to the page, where there are additional views.

This teapot is very nice. VERY. Extreme functionality, no dripping, moderate pour, unglazed inside, which can be very nice. 150ml on the nose. The handle is comfortable and the weight is balanced. Where ash has glazed the pot, there is a kind of matte finish and softness to the hand.

I love it.
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby debunix » Aug 22nd, '10, 22:47

Oh my. That's gorgeous.
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Chip » Aug 23rd, '10, 00:11

Beautiful pot! Looks like you could name it Two Faces of Eve?
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Geekgirl » Aug 23rd, '10, 00:17

LOL! uh, no. #1, I don't name things because I have a hard enough time remember peoples' names :shock: often resorting to saying things like "you know, that guy? that guy with the thing at the place? You must know who I mean, THAT GUY?"

and #2, I instantly thought of "Two-Face" from Batman, and that's just ooky.
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Geekgirl » Aug 23rd, '10, 13:51

I also received these two lovely little cups (surprise!) they hold about 70ml each, and while the glaze is not "matching" to my new teapot, the feel and style is an incredibly good fit. This morning I am enjoying an aged oolong with my new pot and cups. It's an excellent match with this pot.


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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Victoria » Aug 23rd, '10, 14:30

ACK!! Love those!! Guess you "loved them first", huh? Hahaha.
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Geekgirl » Aug 23rd, '10, 15:20

LOL! funny Victoria. Actually they were a little surprise bonus sent with my teapot. Seong-il just nailed my taste in teaware, I love them.
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Victoria » Aug 23rd, '10, 15:22

Yeah I got that. But ... grrr!! :mrgreen: :lol:
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Tead Off » Aug 24th, '10, 01:17

Geek: lovely Seong il cups! it helps that he is a tea drinker and focuses his work in this genre. It'd be fun to take you to Korea and watch you go wild at the pottery festivals. :D
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Geekgirl » Aug 24th, '10, 03:28

No kidding, I'm not sure I'd survive the excitement! :lol:
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby IPT » Aug 24th, '10, 05:04

No kidding!
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby chicagopotter » Aug 27th, '10, 17:56

Geek -- Great new pieces! Aren't Seong il's wares really something else?
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