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Re: Hello from a potter from Sweden

by Midwinter_Sun » Mar 1st, '16, 17:24

Jay, I was glazing some pots today, hopefully some fun teaware comes out once I have repaired my poor kiln that got a tree on it in a February storm.

Goal is to have it dry and ready to fire by the weekend!

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Mar 1st, '16, 19:49
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Re: Hello from a potter from Sweden

by jayinhk » Mar 1st, '16, 19:49

Sounds good! Good luck with the firing!

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Re: Hello from a potter from Sweden

by bellmont » Mar 2nd, '16, 21:46

jayinhk wrote:I think many of us would be happy to take you up on that kind of trade! :)
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I might be interested in a trade.

Menghai is good as is some CNNP 7581 for Shu. I also have been drinking through a bucha different 7581's; my favorite is the 1997 7581 from Yunnan Sourcing. I also enjoy Xiaguan's Tuocha "Xiao Fa Tuo" 2005 or older.

Welcome!

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Re: Hello from a potter from Sweden

by Midwinter_Sun » Mar 3rd, '16, 12:39

bellmont wrote:
Menghai is good as is some CNNP 7581 for Shu. I also have been drinking through a bucha different 7581's; my favorite is the 1997 7581 from Yunnan Sourcing. I also enjoy Xiaguan's Tuocha "Xiao Fa Tuo" 2005 or older.

Welcome!
Thank You for the welcome!

I think it's so great with the pu-erh numbering ID system, you can discuss series.. and it is easier to identify.

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