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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by Chip » Mar 21st, '11, 21:59

kymidwife wrote:IPT,get that artist on here! What an amazing SO those would make... wowza.
eh hem ... indeed ...

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by IPT » Mar 21st, '11, 23:06

Thank you. I love his stuff. I can ask him, but I don't know if he would be interested. He's pretty busy. He did visit me a few months back though. That was fun. We drank a TON of tea!!!

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by chamomileteaguy » Mar 29th, '11, 12:42

beautiful stuff, i love when people post their wares. very nice indeed!

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by Tead Off » Mar 30th, '11, 23:46

IPT wrote:Thank you. I love his stuff. I can ask him, but I don't know if he would be interested. He's pretty busy. He did visit me a few months back though. That was fun. We drank a TON of tea!!!
Very wintry feeling in those cups. They would go with the cold spell we are having here at the moment. It's the coldest in Thailand in recorded history. It got down to 13c in Bangkok.

Does the artist have a website?

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by Saladin » Mar 31st, '11, 16:20

I made this bowl a few years ago and always liked it. It's a 1% iron ash glaze applied over a crackled white slip. I did a poor job of sieving the slip so it's a bit lumpy, but maybe that adds to the wabi-sabi quality?
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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by karmaplace » Mar 31st, '11, 22:25

Saladin wrote:I made this bowl a few years ago and always liked it. It's a 1% iron ash glaze applied over a crackled white slip. I did a poor job of sieving the slip so it's a bit lumpy, but maybe that adds to the wabi-sabi quality?
Very nice! I like the lumpiness! :D

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by moto » Apr 29th, '11, 19:06

I think I was fortunate to find this group of 4 cups on a web "antique store". Cheap, too. The crackle is almost crystalline. It appears to be handthrown stoneware, but they have no marks, just a spot of glaze on the bottom. If anyone recognizes where or when they may have originated, please tell.

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by night.owl » Aug 7th, '11, 21:25

IPT wrote:Here's an update on the Wu Yuanzhong Cups I got a while ago. They are staining nicely They are quite small, only 40cc. I love his pieces, they're so unique.
I think I just drooled a little bit :wink:

Very lovely!

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by IPT » Aug 7th, '11, 22:14

night.owl wrote:I think I just drooled a little bit :wink:
That is what tea towels are for. :lol:

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by karmaplace » Aug 8th, '11, 21:34

This was an antique Japanese set I got from David Pike (togei), but we're not sure of the dating. It's a very pretty little set; the pot is tiny!
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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by debunix » Aug 8th, '11, 21:48

Very pretty, especially the pot.

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by AdamMY » Aug 9th, '11, 16:20

Here is my new Xu De Jia Celadon Teabowl. This might have been the most hoops I've jumped through to get a piece of teaware, as I saw it at the vendors shop, but its not up on their website (yet). So after dreaming about it for quite awhile I picked up the phone and called their shop hoping they still had some.

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As you can see I've already but it to a bit of use in the less than 24 hours its been here.

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by Chip » Aug 9th, '11, 16:38

Very cool Adam. Looks like it has that satiny feel/finish to it versus the glossy look.

Nobody stains 'em like you!

Dreaming of teaware ... where is our forum therapist? :mrgreen:

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by iannon » Aug 9th, '11, 19:40

Chip wrote:Very cool Adam. Looks like it has that satiny feel/finish to it versus the glossy look.

Nobody stains 'em like you!

Dreaming of teaware ... where is our forum therapist? :mrgreen:
here I am! err..wait..no i am not..I have bought my fair share of teaware the past few months..nevermind..

Very nice Adam! Looks sweet!

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Re: Celadon Show and Tell

by Chip » Aug 10th, '11, 13:49

Karma,
debunix wrote:Very pretty, especially the pot.
+1!

*looking for a similar Korean set with cranes!*

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