I am adding
many new items for sale from Seong il's kiln to my dropbox site. These are the latest creations from the young master of Boseong, South Korea. Teapots, servers, tea jars, water jars, tea trays, and, cups. Many with new designs never seen before. Porcelain and onggi clays dominate the collection with some stoneware used for the tea and water jars. The water jars are big. 8 liter and 10 liter capacities. The tea jars are quite large. Approximately 2.5kg or 2.5 liters of either tea storage (broken up puerh cakes), balhyocha (Koreans often store large amounts of this tea), or, doubling as water jars (mizusashi) for the tea table, keeping a quantity of water near the kettle for replenishment. These jars are wonderful and completely unique to Seong il's studio to my knowledge.
Porcelain teapots are mostly shino with soda ash. Same with servers except where noted.http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/458415/1 ... e?h=8ab0ad