NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea


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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby woozl » Nov 9th, '11, 21:57

You are slaying the joint :shock:
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby iannon » Nov 9th, '11, 22:00

woozl wrote:You are slaying the joint :shock:

In all fairness and a bit off topic..*I* am also still waiting for some Woozlwarez®
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby debunix » Jan 8th, '12, 13:49

I love the contrast between the smoky exteriors and the glowing delicate interiors of my new teacups

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They feel wonderful in my hands. Together with my new pot

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they make a nice 'family' set, ready for any and all oolongs that come their way

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Chip » Jan 12th, '12, 23:49

Hey debunix, really beautiful Seong-il collection! :mrgreen:
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby AdamMY » Mar 3rd, '12, 17:30

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My New Seong Il Teabowl, will do a test run soon!
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Chip » Mar 3rd, '12, 18:06

Hi Adam, can you enlighten me ... maybe my monitor is off ...

In the dropbox photos, this chawan was definitely greenish on my monitor. But here in your photos this appears to have no greenish cast at all ... just creamy white?
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby AdamMY » Mar 3rd, '12, 18:16

Imagine a cross between the two photos. There are hints of green, and mine probably appear a bit washed out due to all the bright white light coming in off the snow outside. But at the same time it does not appear in person to be as green as it was in the photos.
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Chip » Mar 3rd, '12, 18:28

... ok. I am hoping to see lighter green infused per the photos.

I picked the greenest pieces! :mrgreen:
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » Mar 22nd, '12, 08:40

Chip wrote:... ok. I am hoping to see lighter green infused per the photos.

I picked the greenest pieces! :mrgreen:




hi Chip!
thank for choose my works in front of Adam's teabowl was fired though by oxidation fire so that result is iron claybody became brown color also white slip on claybody's color got a creammy white!
but you choose that 'bun cheong teabowl' was reduction fired so that result became little bit appeared green color because wood ash into the glaze get a green color by reduction but it is not green maybe it happen to differant moniter have between you and me!!!
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

Postby Seong-il Hong » Mar 22nd, '12, 08:43

AdamMY wrote:Image






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My New Seong Il Teabowl, will do a test run soon!


Hi Adam!!
i'm glad to hear from you!!!

Enjoy!!!
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Hong Seong-Il

Postby Zach » Oct 29th, '12, 21:10

Where can I browse and purchase some of his work at? I've looked extensively with no luck. I'd appreciate any help greatly.
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Re: Hong Seong-Il

Postby AdamMY » Oct 29th, '12, 21:37

Zach wrote:Where can I browse and purchase some of his work at? I've looked extensively with no luck. I'd appreciate any help greatly.



Teadoff is offering a great service by working with this artist. He has a tea Merchandiser page here:

http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f=61&t=15515
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