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Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by ahasja » Apr 4th, '16, 10:02

Hi am looking for a nice traditionally formed white kyusu made of porcelain with a volume about 100-120ml having a direct hole filter (or at least not [!] having a metal mesh strainer). Would love to hear your recommendations!

Thanks

Ahasja

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Re: Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by pizzapotamus » Apr 4th, '16, 12:52

ahasja wrote:Hi am looking for a nice traditionally formed white kyusu made of porcelain with a volume about 100-120ml having a direct hole filter (or at least not [!] having a metal mesh strainer). Would love to hear your recommendations!

Thanks

Ahasja
I didn't search the site extensively but this was the closest I saw at artistic nippon.
http://www.artisticnippon.com/product/k ... eapot.html It's a little larger than you were looking for but I've got a feeling it's going to be quite hard to match all of your requirements. Also as it says the size may vary slightly so you could ask for the smallest if he currently has more than one.

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Re: Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by ahasja » Apr 4th, '16, 14:02

[/quote] I didn't search the site extensively but this was the closest I saw at artistic nippon.
http://www.artisticnippon.com/product/k ... eapot.html It's a little larger than you were looking for but I've got a feeling it's going to be quite hard to match all of your requirements. Also as it says the size may vary slightly so you could ask for the smallest if he currently has more than one.[/quote]

Thanks a lot - I directly wrote to artistic nippon. Maybe they can help me find the "perfect" kyusu for me.

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Re: Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by Milo » Jun 6th, '16, 15:14

Kyusu teapots that small can be difficult to find. How adamant are you on the size? That is, what's the maximum volume that you would accept?

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Re: Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by JRS22 » Jun 6th, '16, 15:42

http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f= ... 05#p287872

Tead Off sells works by excellent Korean potters. He recently posted some new work and there are 2 small kyusu's available.

I have several pieces by Kim Eung Chul and they're beautifully made.

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Re: Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by kuánglóng » Jun 6th, '16, 15:48

ahasja wrote:Hi am looking for a nice traditionally formed white kyusu made of porcelain with a volume about 100-120ml having a direct hole filter (or at least not [!] having a metal mesh strainer). Would love to hear your recommendations!

Thanks

Ahasja
I ran across this one some days ago.
https://www.etsy.com/es/listing/3854000 ... =related-4

Slightly smaller but handmade or maybe Inge can do something for you.

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Re: Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by ahasja » Jun 6th, '16, 16:30

kuánglóng wrote:
ahasja wrote:Hi am looking for a nice traditionally formed white kyusu made of porcelain with a volume about 100-120ml having a direct hole filter (or at least not [!] having a metal mesh strainer). Would love to hear your recommendations!

Thanks

Ahasja
I ran across this one some days ago.
https://www.etsy.com/es/listing/3854000 ... =related-4

Slightly smaller but handmade or maybe Inge can do something for you.
Already a while ago I found Inge's page on etsy. She is very friendly and I ordered a Kyusu from her. I am looking foreword to get it.

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Re: Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by Milo » Jun 6th, '16, 17:25

Here's one that's 130mL: http://www.sazentea.com/en/products/p77 ... kyusu.html

The funny thing is I found this completely by accident. I guess that's what happens when you spend a couple hours looking at teaware online.

Anyway, if you need something slightly bigger, there ya go.

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Re: Plain white porcelain kyusu (100-120ml)

by ahasja » Aug 28th, '16, 04:14

Milo wrote:Here's one that's 130mL: http://www.sazentea.com/en/products/p77 ... kyusu.html

The funny thing is I found this completely by accident. I guess that's what happens when you spend a couple hours looking at teaware online.

Anyway, if you need something slightly bigger, there ya go.
Sorry, just saw your answer now. Wonderful piece - thanks for finding it. And again a wonderful reason to spent money! :D

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