Drax wrote:Super cool... so beautiful! I assume the name is 早春, or 'early spring'?
In any case, an absolutely stunning double-whammy...
debunix wrote:Will you be posting some more details about the phase 2 cups before the phase 1 bid deadline passes? I'd like to know their relative sizes before I decide whether or not to bid on the notched foot cups.
And by the way, what is the significance of the notched vs cut feet, besides esthetic preference--is there a traditional meaning to the notched foot?
camw wrote:How lucky we are to have access to unique offers like this. Thanks as usual for all your work Chip.
Drax wrote:I mis-understood the setup when I first read it last night (I'll chalk it up to being in a haze from a cold)... but this auction is different from the Sendai one? This one will have no updates on any of the bids, and bids are only examined after closing on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, speaking of early spring, we keep buffetting up to the 60s here in Virginia Beach and have only had a few 'cold' days... if we keep this up, it'll be like we barely had a winter.
hopeofdawn wrote:Oh wow--how gorgeous! I must confess to being a weirdo--I actually like the cut foot Phase 2 versions better than the Phase 1, but they're all beautiful. I can't wait until Thursday!
Chip wrote:I will say this, the notched foot is pretty hard for even a cat to knock over.
debunix wrote:Chip wrote:I will say this, the notched foot is pretty hard for even a cat to knock over.
that is a most excellent point to ponder!