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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by futurebird » Mar 16th, '13, 19:37

Lovely adam, I like the table cloth too!

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by yalokinh » Mar 17th, '13, 00:36

AdamMY wrote:Image
80s Wild Arbor Loose Sheng by Adam Yusko, on Flickr

Only a small part of the teaware I have used today. My lovely new Yixing teapot, working on seasoning it as quickly as I can. Brewing into my Park Jong Il Teacup, actually a wonderful match for that pot.
Love that tea boat.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by AdamMY » Mar 17th, '13, 00:59

yalokinh wrote:
Love that tea boat.
It's got a bit of unintentional wabi to it... but not bad for one of the first 2 pieces I threw on the wheel. I oddly have not gone back to attempt any more wheel throwing.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Peacock » Mar 17th, '13, 16:22

Hagi-yaki cup by Takeshita Keizo and the kyusu by Gyokko. Inside is Inaguchi from Teas of Japan.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by hopeofdawn » Mar 18th, '13, 17:18

AMH004 wrote:That's hysterical, hopeofdawn. I almost bought that Petr Novak teapot, but it disappeared before I could. I'm glad to see it found a loving home though :)
I will confess, I snapped it up as quickly as I could--I had a premonition it might disappear quickly otherwise! :wink: I do hope Petr does more stoneware pieces with shino glaze interiors like that though ... I can see a lot of potential for gorgeous teaware designs in that technique.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by futurebird » Mar 18th, '13, 18:04

Peter needs to make more little pots. IMNSHO

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Poohblah » Mar 18th, '13, 21:36

Peacock wrote:Hagi-yaki cup by Takeshita Keizo and the kyusu by Gyokko. Inside is Inaguchi from Teas of Japan.Image
I considered purchasing that little Gyokko, but it was simply too flat for my tastes, though I like the size and color. How does it handle fuka?

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by futurebird » Mar 18th, '13, 22:40

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Maybe the pot is too full... oolong has a learning curve...

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Peacock » Mar 19th, '13, 01:05

Poohblah wrote:
Peacock wrote:Hagi-yaki cup by Takeshita Keizo and the kyusu by Gyokko. Inside is Inaguchi from Teas of Japan.Image
I considered purchasing that little Gyokko, but it was simply too flat for my tastes, though I like the size and color. How does it handle fuka?

I wouldn't recommend it.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Maneki Neko » Mar 19th, '13, 03:05

My new 'workhorse' Seto yaki kyusu :) It has a ball filter...
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...and the air hole is hidden under the rim. Clever Japanese! :mrgreen:
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The spout is kinda big, but when pouring the tea it doesn't gulp out at all (which I feared it would). And it's a breeze to clean! I like the egg-shaped lid.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by futurebird » Mar 19th, '13, 12:32

I don't often like "modern pots" but that one is very beautiful.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by hopeofdawn » Mar 19th, '13, 13:56

I would have to agree! Though I'd worry about the lid getting too hot to handle ...

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by debunix » Mar 19th, '13, 15:44

Just proves again that the functional requirements of teaware provide many opportunities for beauty of design, form, and functional.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by rdl » Mar 19th, '13, 23:10

Maneki Neko,
that is a tea pot that really captures one's attention. color, form, design. thank you for showing it off. and the fabric on the table is also beautiful!
enjoy.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Maneki Neko » Mar 19th, '13, 23:54

Thanks guys! :mrgreen:
hopeofdawn wrote:I would have to agree! Though I'd worry about the lid getting too hot to handle ...
Depends... I brew my sencha in the 60 to 70 degrees C range, and in amounts that don't reach that close to the lid.
rdl wrote:Maneki Neko,
that is a tea pot that really captures one's attention. color, form, design. thank you for showing it off. and the fabric on the table is also beautiful!
enjoy.
That fabric is a Kashmiri shawl. It's not only beautiful, but also really soft! :P

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