I escaped only without carting goods only because I have no space for this gorgeous gem
Debunix, to be honest, and I know your teaware collection is rich and full (congratulations on the new Corey piece as well), I was expecting to see a post by you availing the community of a new Petr piece. I really like this firing and the pieces Daniel selected: the diversity of effects/surfaces/shapes and presences within the displayed pieces is astounding to me, to bring so many "voices" to the teaware, each with its own unique beauty. In the end I left with on of Mirka's tea boats and a new pot. I've been waiting for the right tea boat of Mirka's to arise and today it was there: (http://www.darjeeling.cz/_files/image/2 ... CT9944.JPG
). I also really appreciate this little pot and purchased it: (http://www.darjeeling.cz/_files/image/2 ... CT9863.JPG
). I like the size and that it exists in a middle ground between a smooth surface and a more barky pieces, with a Bizen-like burn/effect but on a more gritty/granular surface in a 100ml size.
The barky piece is one of my favorite barky pieces of recent firings (http://www.darjeeling.cz/_files/image/2 ... CT9733.JPG
). It's an exquisite piece and went up after I had already left home to tea Tai Chi class. I doubt it lingered there long; certainly it was gone by the time I returned.