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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by Tsubo » Oct 23rd, '15, 17:41

miig wrote:I'll do what I can to avoid that, but there are so many nice things on these auction platforms :roll:
I agree :roll:
.m. wrote:Wow, such a nice collection Tsubo. Love that little nambu on the left.
Thanks, i found it at the Japan Traditional Crafts which is at Aoyama Square in Tokyo. Sasaki Kazuo, 3rd caster of Kunzan, made it and you can easily found it in Hojo's Tea products lineup (T20 : http://hojotea.com/item_e/kunzan.htm )

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by kyarazen » Oct 24th, '15, 04:51

just for fun~ a video on suzuki morihisa
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8d48bnxFBc

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by .m. » Oct 24th, '15, 05:08

kyarazen wrote:just for fun~ a video on suzuki morihisa
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8d48bnxFBc
"This video is private." :(

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by kuánglóng » Oct 24th, '15, 05:59

This is my trusty old titanium kettle. It holds 850ml, weighs next to nothing and has provided me with steaming hot water on countless hikes and all sorts of trips for 25 years. It doesn't rust and there's no need to save it from a burning house, it will only look better afterwards :mrgreen:
It has been sitting on glowing tibetan yak dung, coals, wood, you name it, but most of the time on a modded Optimus hiking stove.
It also serves as a tea pot or container for all sorts of tea gear in my backpack; I don't go on trips without it.
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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by kyarazen » Oct 24th, '15, 13:49

.m. wrote:
kyarazen wrote:just for fun~ a video on suzuki morihisa
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8d48bnxFBc
"This video is private." :(

oh whoops! wrong setting. its meant to be unlisted instead :P you can try again

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by Fuut » Nov 23rd, '15, 10:49

Here's one thats still for sale, looks pretty good :)

Shipping is halved via Sea Mail, so that's what i would do (had i not already bought one a few years back).

http://www.ebay.com/itm/F860-Japanese-q ... 43e5cc514d

Edit: no rings though.

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by Emmet » May 19th, '16, 14:39

I just received this overly extravagant gift from my mate.
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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by daidokorocha » May 20th, '16, 14:24

Emmet wrote:I just received this overly extravagant gift from my mate.
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That is quite a first/second post. :lol: Do you have any more information about it?

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by debunix » May 20th, '16, 15:19

Beautiful pieces with patina of age and use.

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by kyarazen » May 22nd, '16, 22:37

challenging the "exotic" scale.. satetsu iron kettle made from ancient japanese iron coins~

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkGGu9t1Gjg

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by debunix » May 23rd, '16, 09:43

kyarazen wrote:challenging the "exotic" scale.. satetsu iron kettle made from ancient japanese iron coins~

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkGGu9t1Gjg
Is there such a glut of coins that they had no better destiny than this?

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by Fuut » May 23rd, '16, 10:14

debunix wrote:
kyarazen wrote:challenging the "exotic" scale.. satetsu iron kettle made from ancient japanese iron coins~

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkGGu9t1Gjg
Is there such a glut of coins that they had no better destiny than this?
I'm actually quite fond of the way some japanese craftsmen recycle old materials.

Its almost exactly the same when during reconstruction of old shinto temples sometimes the head-monk will give the old iron nails to a swordsmith to create a new memento for the reconstructed temple :)

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by Emmet » May 24th, '16, 19:41

daidokorocha wrote:
Emmet wrote:I just received this overly extravagant gift from my mate.
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That is quite a first/second post. :lol: Do you have any more information about it?
Sorry; no provenance. It came from a curio shop that deals with estate sales and such. It had been neglected, with heavy scale inside the kettle. The wind furnace had at (least) one time had water in it, too. It replaces an iron bean pot and an electric okiro I had made about four years ago.
I'm going to make an electric eye for it that's removable, so it could still be used for charcoal as well; a precondition of my benefactor for using it in the house

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by debunix » May 24th, '16, 20:24

Fuut wrote:
debunix wrote:
kyarazen wrote:challenging the "exotic" scale.. satetsu iron kettle made from ancient japanese iron coins~

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkGGu9t1Gjg
Is there such a glut of coins that they had no better destiny than this?
I'm actually quite fond of the way some japanese craftsmen recycle old materials.

Its almost exactly the same when during reconstruction of old shinto temples sometimes the head-monk will give the old iron nails to a swordsmith to create a new memento for the reconstructed temple :)
Ok....now it makes more sense, as it's following a long tradition.

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Re: Show off your Kettle!!

by kyarazen » May 24th, '16, 21:54

debunix wrote:
kyarazen wrote:challenging the "exotic" scale.. satetsu iron kettle made from ancient japanese iron coins~

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkGGu9t1Gjg
Is there such a glut of coins that they had no better destiny than this?
if the chinese were to do this, you can consider that there is indeed gluts of ancient coins.. except that the chinese used less iron and more bronze/brass into their coins.

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