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Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 6th, '17, 07:36

Japanese teapot#1

Tokoname Shudei brick orange colored flat teapot by Maekawa Junzo, 120ml

Made with scarce Tokoname clay for shudei brick orange teapots. This clay was kept in a company in Gifu-pref. for about 40 years until it was brought back to Tokoname.

Maekawa Junzo has been presented with awards for his work at the Choza Prize Exhibition as well as other national contests.

Handcrafted in Tokoname, Japan by Maekawa Junzo.

- Built- in ceramic mesh filter
- Approx. size: body 11cm, body + handle 16.7cm, height 4.9cm
- Approx. volume 120 ml

Asking USD80 + Registered Mail shipping USD10 (Edited: changed from EMS to Registered Mail shipping / May 8, 2017)

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 6th, '17, 07:43

Japanese teapot#2

Tokoname Shudei ushirode teapot by Maekawa Junzo, 65ml

Made with scarce Tokoname clay for shudei brick orange teapots. This clay was kept in a company in Gifu-pref. for about 40 years until it was brought back to Tokoname.

Maekawa Junzo has been presented with awards for his work at the Choza Prize Exhibition as well as other national contests.

Handcrafted in Tokoname, Japan by Maekawa Junzo.

Ideal for brewing Chinese tea.

- Built- in ceramic mesh filter
- Approx. size: body + handle 8.8cm, height 5.5cm
- Approx. volume 65 ml

Asking USD85 + Registered Mail shipping USD10 (Edited: changed from EMS to Registered Mail shipping / May 8, 2017)

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 6th, '17, 07:58

Japanese teapot #3

Tokoname Shudei (Red Clay) Teapot Kyusu by Gisui (Mr. Yoshikazu KONDO, Master of Traditional Craftsman.)

- D60*H47mm
- 70ml
- Multiple-hole filter
- Lightly used with Japanese sencha and green Wulong
- SOLD

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 6th, '17, 08:08

Japanese teapot #4

Yakishime round teapot by Hokujo

- Handcrafted in Tokoname, Japan by Master craftsman recognized by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, Hokujo (Mr. Shimizu Hokujo)
- Doake filter (Punched hole filter)
- 180ml
- Lightly used with Japanese sencha and green Wulong

Asking USD90 + Registered Mail shipping USD10 (Edited: changed from EMS to Registered Mail shipping / May 8, 2017)

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 6th, '17, 08:45

Japanese teapot#5

Suki Urushi Teapot by Satoshi Nishikawa (160ml)
Artist: Satoshi Nishikawa

Satoshi Nishikawa's pots and vessels have a primitive quality that reflect the influence of his time spent in Africa and the Middle East. He fired this pot at high temperature to produce a hard, non porous surface, before finishing it with a suki urushi (lacquer) coating brushed on to produce the distinctive texture. Nishikawa spent much time perfecting the red hues which have become a common colour in his work.

PRODUCT DETAILS
Dimensions: W 11cm x D 7.5cm x H 9cm
Volume: 160ml
Weight: 134g
Material: Ceramic
Made in Japan

Asking USD110 + Registered Mail shipping USD10 (Edited: changed from EMS to Registered Mail shipping / May 8, 2017)

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 6th, '17, 09:06

Japanese teapot #6

Shudei shiboridashi by Yamada Sou, 70ml

This is a shiboridashi by Yamada Sou, the grandson of Living National Treasure Yamada Jozan 3rd. The "hikime" horizontal lines and the handmade touches on the body of the pot are reminiscent of the masterpieces created by Jozan 3rd and bear witness to the the careful instruction which Yamada Sou's grandfather was able to give him. Hand-crafted in Tokoname, Japan by Yamada Sou.

Volume: 70ml max

Lightly used with Gyokuro and Sencha

Asking USD125 + Registered Mail shipping USD10 (Edited: changed from EMS to Registered Mail shipping / May 8, 2017)

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by victoria3 » May 6th, '17, 12:43

Beautiful pots and hard to find smaller sizes too. What effect, if any, did you notice the red Tokoname clay for shudei brick has on the teas you paired it with?

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 7th, '17, 09:05

victoria3 wrote: Beautiful pots and hard to find smaller sizes too. What effect, if any, did you notice the red Tokoname clay for shudei brick has on the teas you paired it with?
I mostly used it with gyokuro or sencha. Typically the red shudei Tokoname clay makes the taste of the tea stands out more, probably like increasing the saturation if we compare it to color images. It also add a small amount of softness to the tea, but not too much to affect the clarity. This particular brick clay seems to be a little rougher than most modern red clay - reminding me of 1960s-70s Yixing Zini. :D

I heard some people love to use it with Wu Yi Yan Cha. I prefer to use greener kinds of tea with this one.

Anyway, that's just me.

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TuoChaTea » May 8th, '17, 08:06

Which of these pots have wooden box?

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 8th, '17, 12:26

I'm sorry. None of the above teapots come in wooden box.
TuoChaTea wrote: Which of these pots have wooden box?

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by Nebs » May 17th, '17, 06:31

Hi!

Where are you shipping from? And are there any limitations?

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 18th, '17, 10:30

The shipping will be from Thailand.

What did you mean by limitations?

Nebs wrote: Hi!

Where are you shipping from? And are there any limitations?

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by Nebs » May 18th, '17, 12:54

TORamarn wrote: The shipping will be from Thailand.

What did you mean by limitations?

Nebs wrote: Hi!

Where are you shipping from? And are there any limitations?
Ah, I mean are there any limitations what countries to you ship into or is it worldwide? :D

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 19th, '17, 10:13

Oh! I see.

I can ship to anywhere in the world. However, I need to increase the shipping charge to USD20 as I use a bigger shipping box for better protection. In fact, the real charge is higher for some countries but I'll just use a flat rate for convenience sake. :D I can't edit the charges in the posts as they're over time limit, I guess.
Nebs wrote:
TORamarn wrote: The shipping will be from Thailand.

What did you mean by limitations?

Nebs wrote: Hi!

Where are you shipping from? And are there any limitations?
Ah, I mean are there any limitations what countries to you ship into or is it worldwide? :D

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Re: Toramarn: OFFER - Japanese teapots for sale

by TORamarn » May 29th, '17, 10:06

NOTE:

Japanese teapot #3: Tokoname Shudei (Red Clay) Teapot Kyusu by Gisui, 70ml - SOLD
Japanese teapot #4: Yakishime round teapot by Hokujo, 180ml - SOLD

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