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by bonjiri » May 12th, '09, 13:31

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hanaire (vase)

18 inches high.

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ye old chalice

by bonjiri » May 12th, '09, 13:33

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old chalice

applied feldspar

high fired , gas kiln

12 inches high

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by Chip » May 12th, '09, 13:33

You continue to amaze us! 8)

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by Pentox » May 12th, '09, 13:33

Oh my the Yunomi is absolutely gorgeous.

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guinomi (sake cup)

by bonjiri » May 12th, '09, 13:35

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small guinomi. high fired cone 10, hawaiian clay. clay i dug from pauoa

aloha
cory

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chawan inspiration

by bonjiri » May 12th, '09, 13:40

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this is the scene that inspired this chawan




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aloha !

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Drop Dead Gorgeous

by Mrs. Chip » May 12th, '09, 13:49

Wow, Cory I want that chawan!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It is a spectacular piece and in my fave color too! :wink:

This is now at the very top of my wish list.
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eye of orinocco

by bonjiri » May 12th, '09, 13:53

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the emerald eye of orinocco

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by woozl » May 12th, '09, 14:50

Cory,
the hanaire is amazing.
As are the carved pices!!!!!

Have you made any tokkuri?
Love to see 'em. :)

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tokkuri

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thank you kindly wooz. above is a tokkuri-like shape. hyotan shape.

mahalo !

hehe ! tokkuri !

i have in the past, i've been concentrating on a process called cooling reduction and leaving for japan this week thursday.

will be back to hawaii in june. i need a tokkuri for myself, so i'll make several

aloha !

cory

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by woozl » May 12th, '09, 16:12

On behalf of all tea chatters, I wish you and yours a wonerfilled trip. :D

cheers
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by Chip » May 12th, '09, 16:36

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one of my old yunomi. i was experimenting with a carbon trap shino glaze. soda ash intensive, the glaze dries and forms wild soda ash crystals.

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by geeber1 » May 12th, '09, 17:17

LOVE that speckled one, Cory!
I think we need to organize a TeaChat field trip to Hawaii and pay you a visit!

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thanks chip ! MAHALO !

by bonjiri » May 13th, '09, 05:47

geeber1 wrote:LOVE that speckled one, Cory!
I think we need to organize a TeaChat field trip to Hawaii and pay you a visit!
hehe !

you're more than welcome here in the islands !

summer is soon upon us. a little warm

fun !

thank you for viewing my ceramics and photographs

also, if there are makers/potters i'm happy to share any information. glazes, firing, etc. if i know i can provide an answer. if i don't know, i can likely find the answer.

shall i start posting glaze recipes ? hehe !

check out john britt's book on high fire glazes.



mahalo
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by kymidwife » May 13th, '09, 08:37

I "LOVE" the carved teapots... the speckled yunomi needs to live at my home... the emerald green eye is gorgeous... your work is spectacular!

But that chicken foot sake cup scares me alittle. Looks like something I saw in a salad in the local Asian Market. :shock:

Seriously really do admire your work... thanks so much for sharing. The speckled yunomi is calling my name.

Sarah

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