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payta: One smaill yixing yao bian teapot

by payta » Dec 7th 15 9:59 am

Hello!

I am just wondering is anyone interested to buy this teapot?
Small volume, extremely rare yao bian glaze (I mean not the modern gas/electric kiln replics). Perfect for raw (sheng) puerh

Teapot volume - around 100 ml, single-hole, not sure about the age, but at least 5 years old.

Item location - Russia, can send US/Canada/EU/GB, other countries please PM
I can recieve your payment by PayPal
Price - 600 USD incl. shipping (If you got real interest - please PM, we can discuss)
https://flic.kr/p/qYgnyq
https://flic.kr/p/qYcasi
https://flic.kr/p/qW3XKJ
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Re: payta: One smaill yixing yao bian teapot

by .m. » Dec 7th 15 6:50 pm

a nice pot. but are those little cracks on the bottom?

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Re: payta: One smaill yixing yao bian teapot

by Exempt » Dec 9th 15 9:49 pm

.m. wrote:a nice pot. but are those little cracks on the bottom?
Ya, there's definitely some cracks :(

edit: this is his first post so I don't think he's allowed to post to teaswap anyways

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Re: payta: One smaill yixing yao bian teapot

by pizzapotamus » Dec 10th 15 1:08 am

Exempt wrote: edit: this is his first post so I don't think he's allowed to post to teaswap anyways
And at $600 too....

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Re: payta: One smaill yixing yao bian teapot

by payta » Dec 16th 15 1:33 pm

Sorry guys, I am not trying to make some fraud by selling cracked teapot. I used it a couple of times, there was no leaks or something like this. So I just didn't noticed those cracks

I understand you, as experienced teachat members - that my profile is too suspicious. But there is some reasons for that - it is extremely hard to describe feelings as not native english speaker.

I made some close-up photos as best as possible right now for me without tripod (to understand teapot condition):
http://s1382.photobucket.com/user/Pavel ... eapot_temp

For potential buyers I can do following:
1. List teapot from my ebay account with 70+ transactions (100% positive feedback). So you can be covered with ebay buyer protection.
2. Repair teapot (kintsugi technique - with gold (I mean real gold, not look like gold)/silver/bronze, urushi laquer etc, everything is discussable). I could take a month or two to repair, lacquer drying is not very fast.
Examples of repair quality
http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah2 ... czpf9v.jpg
http://i1382.photobucket.com/albums/ah2 ... z8bi4h.jpg

The lowest price I could sell this teapot is 450$