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Teaskeptic - some Yixing pots [offer]

Postby teaskeptic » Dec 10th, '13, 12:36

Time to clear out some unused teaware again.

edit: I have added some more pictures and information.

1)90-95ml in volume. I bought this pot in Taiwan, the vendor said it's from the 80's, but I will not vouch for this. I've used the pot a couple of times, but other than that it's new. The clay is medium-high fired and is very nice. The spout is a bit narrow, and so the pour stutters briefly at the beginning.

edit: Sold.
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Re: Teaskeptic - some Yixing pots [offer]

Postby teaskeptic » Dec 15th, '13, 21:30

2)100-110ml in volume. This is another pot that is apparently from the 80's, made by one of the Yixing factories. I have used this pot on and off over the last year. Clay is a bit coarse. Pour is nice. No filter/single hole. Asking $150.

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Re: Teaskeptic - some Yixing pots [offer]

Postby teaskeptic » Jan 22nd, '14, 11:45

I'm knocking $30 off the price of each.
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Re: Teaskeptic - some Yixing pots [offer]

Postby teaskeptic » May 27th, '14, 13:45

Pot #1 is sold. Second one is still available.

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Re: Teaskeptic - some Yixing pots [offer]

Postby Baci15 » Aug 10th, '14, 02:02

PM sent.
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