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Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by woozl » Feb 11th, '10, 18:18

Moderator edit: Welcome to Chapter XIII of the Show Off Topic. You can view the conclusion of the previous chapter by clicking here!


Teabud, nice collection. Luv to see more.

Now things are settling down, (right, what could possibly go wrong)
I may have time for more photos.

Two new ones,
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Not tea ware but cool
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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by Victoria » Feb 11th, '10, 18:21

Wow, beautiful Wooz!! Love the pitcher.

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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by woozl » Feb 11th, '10, 18:47

Thanks, the Mrs. is doing handles at the moment.
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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by Teabud » Feb 11th, '10, 19:04

I love the robins egg blue flambe glaze you created this glaze? I like its fatty look and how it runs.

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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by woozl » Feb 11th, '10, 19:13

That's my wife's stuff, chun blue and oribe on the exterior.
Salt fired I believe

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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by Tead Off » Feb 11th, '10, 23:30

Teabud wrote: Here is a rare grey clay yixing teapot for the Thai market. Its fine burnising looks like a glaze but its been sanded down to a fine glass finnish
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Teabud, nice pots you have. Here in Thailand, there are many fine polished teapots for sale. King Rama V during the Qing and early ROC period, collected these and many of the rich families followed suit. Now, many are for sale because the Thais don't drink much tea and they are not fashionable. This is good luck for the collectors and dealers who come here to buy.

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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by woozl » Feb 12th, '10, 23:55

Here is a house warming present.
From a New England pewter smith.

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on the hearth....
Beehive oven

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Oh, and check out the gnarly iron tea pot near the broom :wink:
and copper kettle on the opposite side.

BTW
Chip- nice pics of the snow we didn't get :wink:

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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by Victoria » Feb 13th, '10, 20:50

Gorgeous Wooz, love the pewter!

Here is a new little gem I picked up on Etsy. Really a nice piece done in a beautiful celedon:

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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by Seeker » Feb 13th, '10, 21:48

Oooo Vic, I love that (yunomi?).
How do I get one?
How much does it hold?
Nice!
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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by debunix » Feb 13th, '10, 21:57

Wow. That is gorgeous.

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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by spittingoutteeth » Feb 15th, '10, 08:20

Valentine's Day gift to myself--

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Re: Show Off Your Pots and Cups XII

by Victoria » Feb 15th, '10, 14:26

Seeker wrote:Oooo Vic, I love that (yunomi?).
How do I get one?
How much does it hold?
Nice!
:mrgreen:
Thanks debunix and Seeker! It holds about 4oz and is really sweeeet!! It was a one of a kind someone was selling on Etsy. It was just fate; I stumbled upon it!! The seller admitted she was reluctant to let it go. I reassured her it was going to a good home!

spittingoutteeth - very nice houhin set, congrats! Happy Valentine's day to you!

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Re: NEW Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Chip » Feb 15th, '10, 15:48

Thanks for sharing these special teawares Teabud, Woozl, Victoria, and spittingoutteeth, and the hearth Woozl. You need a tetsubin and/or some other water heating devices now!

spittingoutteeth, looking at your houjin, cup ... I am curious. Any more info you can share with us?!? Heh, almost looks like a Tokoname or Banko with a thick Hagi white glaze with crawl. Quite different. I never saw this set before.

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Re: NEW Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by spittingoutteeth » Feb 15th, '10, 21:40

Chip, the set was made by an artist named Petr Novák from the Czech Republic. He posts a lot on various tea blogs (possibly here as well) so many of you may know who he is. I'm just starting to get into teaware and fell in love with this set because of the very organic and unique appearance. It kind of reminds me of the work of one of my favorite artists, Anselm Kiefer.

Petr's website is here:

http://artkeramika.cz/keramikstudio/?lang=en&page=wood

Some amazing pieces; I definitely hope to acquire more soon.

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Re: NEW Chapter! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XIII

by Chip » Feb 15th, '10, 22:10

spittingoutteeth, thanks, great looking works. We should invite Petr to join the TeawareArtisans! :idea:

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