How many Kyusu do you own? And bonus question, how many do you use? So, 2 answers are permitted.

1
86
20%
2-3
94
22%
4-5
41
10%
6-7
12
3%
8-10
8
2%
11-14
6
1%
15 or more
10
2%
I USE 1
62
14%
2-3
67
16%
4-5
22
5%
6-7
5
1%
8-10
3
1%
11-14
3
1%
15 or more
9
2%
 
Total votes: 428

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Jul 24th, '10, 18:15
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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Geekgirl » Jul 24th, '10, 18:15

I didn't realize that Rihi pearskin was so tiny! Love the little "family." :D

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Victoria » Jul 24th, '10, 18:54

Four oz of sweetness, thanks! :)

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by laura99 » Jul 25th, '10, 00:54

Very nice collection Victoria!

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by lecorbusier » Jul 26th, '10, 12:10

Here are two of mine: one flat style from Jinshu and another from Hironobu.
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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Chip » Jul 26th, '10, 12:40

Very nice Kyusu Lecorbus and Victoria. Thank you both for sharing.

Bizen Yohen Kyusu revisited. A bit clearer this time.
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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by brandon » Aug 27th, '10, 10:26

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I've probably posted this before elsewhere, but it is my only Kyusu these days and seems like fair game.
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Pot is by Shimizu Genji and I couldn't be more pleased. I've been infected with a Hokujo bug ever since Alex was here.

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Sep 4th, '10, 19:10
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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by woozl » Sep 4th, '10, 19:10

My sweetie is a southpaw,
Here are 2 new ones

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and

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by debunix » Sep 4th, '10, 20:23

Beautiful

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Victoria » Sep 4th, '10, 20:53

Very nice everyone!

Mrs Woozl better git that Etsy shop open before you run out of shelf space.
We need Woozlware!!!

Ahh that's better!
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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Abracadaver! » Sep 15th, '10, 22:03

I'm hoping someone around here might be able to give me a little info about this kyusu. I found it at a thrift shop (for $0.75!). I don't think it's particularly old, but it had been well used--very heavy tea staining on the interior and a lot of dried leaf clogging the filter. I've cleaned it up a bit, but haven't come to any conclusions. The workmanship is a bit rough--the red surface seems almost painted on and a bit crude and there are fingerprints in the surface of the pot, but the pour is smooth and the workmanship seems pretty solid.
Any ideas?
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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Tead Off » Sep 16th, '10, 01:07

Looks like a Tokoname kyusu to me. And, a very handy size. I'll give you a dollar for it! :D Good find. Strange that a seller would leave old leaves in the pot. I've seen that here in Thailand a few times but I suspect the seller was trying to make a new pot seem old. Clean it, boil it, and, enjoy it.

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by sebpassion » Sep 16th, '10, 11:38

this is my kyusu-collection so far :D
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but i'm planning to get some more at the end of the year

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Victoria » Sep 16th, '10, 11:58

Oh very nice! And that's a great looking table too!

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Chip » Sep 16th, '10, 12:39

Great kyusu-s Brandon, Abracadaver, and Sepassion! Thank you for sharing!

Kool Woozl, it is quite a challenge to go from cup to kyusu I would imagine, a larger skillz set! Keep up the progress, efforts Mrs. Woozl. :mrgreen: Interesting glaze woork!!!

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Re: NEW! Ode to the Kyusu

by Geekgirl » Sep 16th, '10, 15:46

sebpassion wrote:this is my kyusu-collection so far :D ...

but i'm planning to get some more at the end of the year
I see gyokko, isn't it awesome?! I love it when an inexpensive pot is so functional and such good quality. :)

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