Stentor wrote:Although, compared to previous SOs, they did look more similar to each other on the vendor pics to begin with. Hence I didn't think there were any better/worse choices anyway.
Geekgirl wrote:Stentor wrote:Although, compared to previous SOs, they did look more similar to each other on the vendor pics to begin with. Hence I didn't think there were any better/worse choices anyway.
Nuh uh. Mine is the MOSTEST beautiful.
Mrs. Chip wrote:
Ok Geek, show us your MOSTEST beautiful 'Spirit', just in time for Halloween!
Geekgirl wrote:Oh noes! I liked it so much I kept it at my office for my worktime tea drinking. No camera there.
debunix wrote:A question for the Spirit owners: I have a Seigan Hagi that was not part of this SO, but has the same clay/glaze combination. I am curious as to whether I am seeing a trick of the light or the start of a very interesting response to use: it looks like the gray of the clay base might be changing to a warmer redder color in a few tiny spots where crackling is starting to stain.
Has anyone noticed anything like this, or is this just my imagination?
Stentor wrote:The only thing that I believe has stained is the inside of the bubbles on the bottom of the inside of the cup, which I believe your new (beautiful!) cup doesn't have to begin with?!
Still love this cup!! The shape is so nice to hold. A little smaller and make the rim flared and it would be perfect. ...and a cut foot maybe