How many Hagi are enough?

1
24
16%
2-3
23
15%
4-5
13
9%
6-7
5
3%
8-10
3
2%
11 or more
5
3%
Infinity ... always room for one more
77
51%
 
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May 3rd, '09, 17:43
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by woozl » May 3rd, '09, 17:43

The ones I saw were very Deishi.
Little cinnamon stick thingies.
almost ate one for dessert. :D

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by Chip » May 3rd, '09, 18:04

woozl wrote:The ones I saw were very Deishi.
Little cinnamon stick thingies.
almost ate one for dessert. :D

It is possible the ones I saw were Deishi, but pretty certain the were Seigan and white.

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by Victoria » May 3rd, '09, 18:08

Thanks Chip.

woozl wrote:The ones I saw were very Deishi.
Little cinnamon stick thingies.
almost ate one for dessert. :D


Yummmm Hagi snacks!

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by Victoria » May 3rd, '09, 19:14

I thought this was a sweet pic of my favorite Hagi small cup that I took last weekend.
Even though I have since lacquered the chataku, dotk made this cup of baozhong
for me on her last day here visiting. I like how you can see the swirl and that I caught
the bubbles.

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by iannon » May 4th, '09, 12:20

hmm..were those bubbles from the cup itself? interesting..I havent caughty that in mine except when i completely imerse it

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by Victoria » May 4th, '09, 21:33

iannon wrote:hmm..were those bubbles from the cup itself? interesting..I havent caughty that in mine except when i completely imerse it


Nah, that was just the fast pour of the tea. I am no longer soaking this cup prior to use.

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by Chip » May 4th, '09, 21:55

Something old...er. My 30ish year old Hagi Chawan. It has a great feel to it.

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by Geekgirl » May 4th, '09, 22:47

Absolutely beautiful, Chip.

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by Smells_Familiar » May 4th, '09, 23:36

*Nice Chip!
and Victoria, i'm sweet on your utensils esp. now with the coated wood. lol *

*Just saying it's better to have a coated piece with a settled tummy-- than having a straight up piece of raw, open-grained wood staring up at you just asking for trouble, right? :D

I MUST buy hagi chawan!

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by Dreamer » May 5th, '09, 00:05

Love the froggy!
And Chip your bowl looks very calming...this bowl would be just the thing for those days when the world has jangled the nerves a bit...just smooth with some delightful lines to quietly contemplate.

Again, thanks to all who post pictures! It is so much fun to share a cup of tea with you all and check out your wares!

Have a great week all,
Dreamer

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by Chip » May 5th, '09, 14:24

Thank you kindly! :D

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by iannon » May 7th, '09, 00:11

Dreamer wrote:Love the froggy!
And Chip your bowl looks very calming...this bowl would be just the thing for those days when the world has jangled the nerves a bit...just smooth with some delightful lines to quietly contemplate.

Again, thanks to all who post pictures! It is so much fun to share a cup of tea with you all and check out your wares!

Have a great week all,
Dreamer

+1! I agree w/ dreamer ..and I really do like the simple charm of that Bowl Chip..very sweet!

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by cherylopal » May 7th, '09, 05:05

Dreamer wrote:Love the froggy!
And Chip your bowl looks very calming...this bowl would be just the thing for those days when the world has jangled the nerves a bit...just smooth with some delightful lines to quietly contemplate.

Again, thanks to all who post pictures! It is so much fun to share a cup of tea with you all and check out your wares!

Have a great week all,
Dreamer


what she said!

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magical hagi yaki

by bonjiri » May 7th, '09, 17:37

chip

your hagi chawan is sublime ! love the shape

wow !

30 years +

amazing !

inspirational !

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by Chip » May 18th, '09, 21:56

I will be sharing something new and quite different in Hagi hopefully in the next few days, but speaking of different, though not completely new ...

This is a rather large teacup by Yamane Seigan. The size makes it multi purpose, could be used as a small matcha bowl as well. It is quite a bold piece and extremely striking. It is very impressive.

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The notched foot, very masculine, and finishes the bold impression of this cup.

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