JRS22 wrote:I just received my 65 ml gaiwan set from Shawn and put it to use immediately. I chose this "larger" gaiwan, which still holds only 1/4 cup, because I'm planning on using it with chinese greens. One aspect of the design of this beauty which is not obvious from the photos is how comfortable it is to use. Because of the deep rim on the gaiwan cup, and the generous knob on the lid, it's easy to pour with one hand, without coming near the hot part of the gaiwan. While i've mastered, thanks to Teachat, the art of using the saucer and lid to pour hot tea from a gaiwan without burning myself, this arrangement is very natural and comfortable.
GreenwoodStudio wrote:Yeah Paul, tiny pots hehehe Good luck with the wood-firing!
Here's one that's bigger but by no means BIG, still only 75 ml.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/122784386/ ... y-textured
Soooo, looking at the "Accidental Dragon's" ecclectic mate revealed yet another "dragon" ...
Maybe this is Smaug?
Chip wrote:That is a sweet little Shib, Shawn!
GreenwoodStudio wrote:No cobalt, but it is the same glaze and goes a touch blue on that clay. It's probably best described as a transparent forest green color though.