Petr Novák wrote:I finally find some free time take pictures of my newest additions to my gem collection http://potsandtea.blogspot.cz/2012/09/two-new-gems.html
Which one have you hit you? I am using both combination time to time but fire works in mysterious ways:) Here is the same clay+glaze+kiln position like on "Quarry Under Jade Water" but with different (still very nice to me) outcome...Petr Novák wrote:Petr, do you think you'll ever be doing any other pieces with this glaze combination? It's very gorgeous, and I know I'd definitely be interested if you did!
i am glad to hear those survived and you like them:) Look forward to see your pics.Chip wrote:Recently received some really gorgeous Petr-Yaki. Photos to come.
Please, let know to dear Mrs. Chip that this one is still open for reservation. She just have to patient then... Anyway, enjoy your salty tea!Chip wrote:Mrs. Chip is disappointed this is not available, upon viewing the pot for the first time saying something like, "oh my gosh, please get me that pot." Alas, she will cry herself through tea made salty by her tears which I am about to brew ... in another of your precious pots.
GreenwoodStudio wrote:Yeah, definitely NOT boring. Yummy drips! Would love to get one of these in my grubby little hands one day, if I ever had more 2 minutes before they were snatched up