Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Chip » Mar 25th, '10, 11:21

bonjiri wrote:chip

fantastic jade wan

wow

where did u find it ?

that is cooL !

Picked a few up in Chinatown. There is one available. :mrgreen: :wink: They are 4" in diameter.

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Luthier » Mar 25th, '10, 12:56

I got a... I don't know what it is. You decide :lol:

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Not pretty sure what its for :?

I don't need another greens pot and no sheng too :|

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Victoria » Mar 25th, '10, 15:40

Ha! I have the same pot, but in dark clay.
:) I call it a side handled yixing.

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by IPT » Mar 26th, '10, 03:28

I visited an old village last weekend and did some shopping. I picked up some antique teapots, tea cups, and tea trays. I thought I'd share. I haven't cleaned them yet, so they'll look a lot nicer when I do. They date mostly from the Qing Dynasty with some from the Republican Period.
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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Victoria » Mar 26th, '10, 11:10

Wow, great! Those are all yours or those are from
where you bought them?

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by IPT » Mar 26th, '10, 13:11

Those are mine. I took the photo in my tea room at home.

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Mrs. Chip » Mar 26th, '10, 13:16

IPT wrote:Those are mine. I took the photo in my tea room at home.


Yikes! :D

Wow, I can hardly wait til you post the pictures of them after they are cleaned!

Thanks for giving us a 'sneak peek' of your Tea Room ... perhaps moar shots of it coming up?

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Victoria » Mar 26th, '10, 13:52

Cool! More close up please! Those trays look great. Will you leave them rustic?

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Victoria » Mar 26th, '10, 18:44

My newest chawan is hard to capture, beautiful green on white:

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by laura99 » Mar 26th, '10, 19:21

That is a beautiful chawan Victoria!

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Petr Novák » Mar 27th, '10, 04:27

I like this kind of white. Who is creator, Victoria? Very nice.

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Victoria » Mar 27th, '10, 12:36

Thanks Laura and Petr, it is made by artist Hozan Tanii for Hibiki-an:
http://www.hibiki-an.com/product_info.p ... cts_id/583

The green glaze is called beedoro, the white glaze is call namako.

So although this looks like a glass pool, I think it is a glazing technique, if I am reading the description correctly. It is definitely more beautiful than my pictures can convey. I love the matte glaze and the smooth cool feel.

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by IPT » Mar 27th, '10, 15:35

I will clean them, but I will leave them rustic looking. They're from a Qing Dynasty Tea Shop and they were beaten quite a bit, but I think that adds to their charm. I could restore them to new condition, but I feel, what's the point. If I want new appearing ones, I could buy them. I buy antiques for the history of the piece.

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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Victoria » Mar 27th, '10, 16:33

I agree, I was just wondering.
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Re: Newest Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by IPT » Mar 28th, '10, 00:35

I cleaned them this morning. When they dry I'll post photos.

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