debunix wrote:Oh. My.
No, the P&S does not do that justice. I think I could do it justice, if, say, you loaned it to me for about a year. Or two. Or twenty. Might take quite a while, really.
brandon wrote:Can anyone speak to the significance of an unglazed ring?
I have an old teacup with a ring that looks almost like the glaze was cut away, the difference in "height" is quite significant.
Maybe wax was used to keep glaze from sticking to that area.
Ambrose wrote:Handmade celadon by Xu De Jia, a Taiwanese potter, using traditional materials. Oh so cream and dreamy!