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by Chip » Nov 7th 11 12:11 am

Nice feetsies ... :mrgreen:

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by GreenwoodStudio » Nov 7th 11 4:15 am

Tobias wrote:Yoink!
Geesh, YOUR FAST! :lol:
I love the Hagi-esque spout on the new kyusus. What are the filters like?
They are built right into the wall, small holes but not super tiny, theres a picture on the link. I was thinking about speed of pour when I decided on those spouts. I also made a good few of these lidless kyuso :shock: for really fast pours (no air resistance) and just all around ease of use, perhaps a travel teapot, or maybe for hojicha and such. Probably not for those who are set in their was though :wink: I dunno, I just like experimenting.
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by Firemoss » Nov 7th 11 5:09 am

I'm :shock: at the beauty of your pieces. Gorgeous work.
Is there a link in this thread so I can see more?
EDIT: found the link. *thumbs up*

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by GreenwoodStudio » Nov 8th 11 10:30 pm

Stentor wrote:I also strongly support the saucers and plates movement! ;)
(waves wand) :lol:
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by Chip » Nov 20th 11 2:21 am

Fascinating glaze/kyusu! Must have one!

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by GreenwoodStudio » Nov 20th 11 2:22 am

David R. wrote:At last I have the time to post some pics of the wonderful cup I received from Shawn few weeks ago. One truly amazing thing about this cup are the shiny wrinkles at the bottom, as if gold was hiding beneath the glaze.

Keep up the good work Shawn ! :)
David, I just ran across this http://lavoieduthe.blogspot.com/2011/09 ... o-tea.html, because I saw it was driving traffic to my shop. Thanks so much!!

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Re: Shawn McGuire (GREENWOODSTUDIO)

by GreenwoodStudio » Nov 20th 11 2:23 am

I've got it set aside for ya Chipmeister :wink: :D I've been trying to get all these cups posted so keep an eye peeled for anything you like in that category bud.

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by GreenwoodStudio » Nov 20th 11 5:14 am

I'm having a need-to-make-room-in-the-studio-because-all-these-pots-are-in-my-way-and-it's-driving-me-crazy-sale :x :lol: Here's one of the houjin prototypes I was working on a while back, it's an ugly little duckling but will function great, it pours perfect. Details in the description.
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Re: Shawn McGuire (GREENWOODSTUDIO)

by David R. » Nov 20th 11 8:35 am

Does it fly ? :D

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Re: Shawn McGuire (GREENWOODSTUDIO)

by Chip » Nov 20th 11 5:02 pm

David R. wrote:Does it fly ? :D
Well, it did fly away! 8) Who got it?

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Re: Shawn McGuire (GREENWOODSTUDIO)

by GreenwoodStudio » Feb 15th 12 2:08 am

Pulled out a couple of pieces today from the kiln that represent a slightly new direction in my work. This little guy is about 100 ml. filled to the rim. I've been pretty busy in the studio and have made a lot of new teaware that should be finished up very soon. Stay tuned :D
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Re: Shawn McGuire (GREENWOODSTUDIO)

by Chip » Feb 15th 12 3:24 am

Wow, looks like you will have some beauties in this firing! :mrgreen:

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Re: Shawn McGuire (GREENWOODSTUDIO)

by AdamMY » Feb 19th 12 1:30 am

It's so interesting that no one has sprung on that Kairagi-esque little cup you posted. Heck I almost swooped on it within 5 minutes of first seeing that post.

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Re: Shawn McGuire (GREENWOODSTUDIO)

by debunix » Feb 19th 12 1:34 am

Some could be waiting to see what else lurked in that firing....

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Re: Shawn McGuire (GREENWOODSTUDIO)

by Tead Off » Feb 21st 12 12:18 pm

Nice work, Shawn! I like the Korean and Japanese influence.