David R. wrote:
There may be no more Sendai left, but if you like the style, you can have a look at other Seigan pieces. Some of his sea cucumber cups
look quite alike, even if the form/size won't be the same.
The Sendai was an accident of an accident so to speak.
The original prototype was of a sea cucumber that was done under "reduction" firing. The results were really different and Seigan has been trying to reproduce that for us. He has failed each time so far, unfortunately
The Sendai was one of these attempts that caught my eye. It seems that the Sendai glaze also met with Seigan's approval and has been easy to replicate as it has been popping up ever since on ebay, though the shape is still unique to Sendai.
Still, Sendai was the first ... an accident of an accident.