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by JBaymore » Jul 4th, '14, 09:38

Thanks for the continual postings of all the great Chadogu images, Blair. :D

best,

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by blairswhitaker » Jul 4th, '14, 10:48

really glad to hear you appreciate them, I enjoy sharing these little moments from my day with people who might also enjoy seeing them...

on that note I posted a few new pics in the Japanese travel thread, some pics of toinseki, rikyu's Taian, and the copy of it at daitokuji.

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by debunix » Jul 4th, '14, 12:20

Beautiful, as always--makes me envious of your enjoyment of matcha.

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by blairswhitaker » Jul 7th, '14, 10:30

Found a aka raku bowl today, no provenance or tomobako, but for 800¥ I couldn't pass it up.

Matcha: seiun by ippodo.



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by JBaymore » Jul 7th, '14, 10:35

Rather sweet one for a production bowl. Potter caught the glaze with the fizz just right when it was pulled, nice subtle fire clouding, and the undulations of the kuchi are very nice.

Love the shot with the steam coming off the bowl.

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by blairswhitaker » Jul 7th, '14, 10:46

yes, I see this production raku stuff EVERYWHERE!!! but rarely for under a sen. a good piece of keiko dogu, perhaps I'll pass it along to my kohai when they arrive in the fall...

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by Seeker » Jul 7th, '14, 11:30

I like the crazing in the glaze, and BTW seiun is the matcha I'm drinking today!
:D

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by debunix » Jul 7th, '14, 17:07

Lovely find.

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by Fuut » Aug 2nd, '14, 20:53

blairswhitaker wrote:Here's another new to me hagi piece.
This is a choun bowl.

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Wow! I was going through the pages again, and then this one struck me and i felt like i knew it. So i went back in my archive, and dug out the information related to the bowl i gave my father, and I think its from Choun (Notomi) as well. The koudai on your bowl instantly made me think they were from the same maker. Lovely piece you have (I'm kinda jealous of my dad!).
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by blairswhitaker » Aug 13th, '14, 05:59

Yeah that's Notomi all right. Nice stuff!

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by blairswhitaker » Aug 13th, '14, 06:25

Got a box from Hawaii today, this is a piece that's going to be featured in a special Chaji, (fingers crossed, alongside something by John Baymore).

It's a nice grey shino over a tebineri formed very dark clay body that was fired in a saggar with indigo flowers. Great looking piece with some wonderful nesting and nice texture.

Took it for a test spin with a round of miyako-no- mukashi by Horaido for koicha, followed by seika-no-shiro by fukujuen for usucha.


I started my session off with some peach shaped okashi. These had some nice shiro-an miso inside.
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After sweets it's time to get green.


Kibako
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Plenty of powder
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Make the path
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Miyako-no-mikashi may be my favorite koicha in kyoto for the time being.
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Imagethat was awesome!

Time for some higashi.
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now on to some usucha
Some more powder
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Doesn't that look tempting.
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All gone.


Koudai
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Thank you Mr. Cory Lum!

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by chamekke » Aug 27th, '14, 15:12

Blair, the beauty of the odougu and okashi is absolutely breathtaking.

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by Seeker » Aug 29th, '14, 14:05

Fantastic new pieces Blair!
Makes me want matcha RIGHT NOW!

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by JBaymore » Aug 29th, '14, 17:32

blairswhitaker wrote:Got a box from Hawaii today, this is a piece that's going to be featured in a special Chaji, (fingers crossed, alongside something by John Baymore).


Yes....... it will. :) Honored to be in Cory 's company... and to be selected by you to have my work used.

best,

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by Pig Hog » Sep 23rd, '14, 04:23

Just a quickie on terminology for those that speak japanese.

What's the difference between 茶椀 and 茶盌 both terminology wise and physical differences?

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