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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by shyrabbit » Jul 1st, '10, 19:56

Absolutely love the foot ring...Big surprise, right(?).
Michael

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by Seong-il Hong » Jul 1st, '10, 20:07

Chip wrote:(Hi, merged your topics for you)

Looks a lot like a "gohonde Hagi" from Japan. :mrgreen:
(Oh, thanks chip..... :?)

Yes, I seems like Hagi chawan but Hagi is a soft white porcelain It made to white kaolin also Kohigi is made to iron clay and make up white slip It's some different
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by Seong-il Hong » Jul 1st, '10, 20:16

shyrabbit wrote:Absolutely love the foot ring...Big surprise, right(?).
Michael
many thanks michael,

this foot name is 'Juk jeol' it means to seems like a bamboo joint

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by TIM » Jul 1st, '10, 22:04

The pink shown thru like galaxy in the sky. What a beauty! Traditonal Korean hagi at best : ) Thanks for sharing ~ T

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by Seong-il Hong » Jul 3rd, '10, 12:26

TIM wrote:The pink shown thru like galaxy in the sky. What a beauty! Traditonal Korean hagi at best : ) Thanks for sharing ~ T
Wow, Tim

your expression is beautiful more than real!!

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Re: Kohiki chawan

by ginkgo » Aug 21st, '10, 15:23

Seong-il Hong wrote:hello everyone,

Now I introduce to my kohiki teabowl. Kohiki has a history of between korea(Choseon dinasty)& japan long time ago it made to Boseong in south korea so it use to made clay in Boseong they want to be make white porcelain but it include a lot of iron it's a very dark so potter of Boseong use to white kaolin slip because hide to dark claybody sometimes they are difficult to find high quality kaolin at last often appeared iron mark (pink color) into the bowl. the japanese people of that period think that it's a beautiful things so nowadays many of people likes antique because potters in korea use to low quality kaolin(say to 'pink kaolin') that make a kohiki bowls. it has a some pink dots from pinholes
Now Boseong kohiki is a very famous to teapeople in korea and japan

Thanks for writing this history about kohiki glaze : very interesting !
and your bowl is a delight : subtile pink spot and evasive shape : very very gracefull :D !

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by bonjiri » Aug 21st, '10, 19:51

seong il

fantastic kohiki chawan

wow

i love the gentle mellow hues.
also , cool on sharing the history of kohiki techniques

wild

inspirational !

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Re: Kohiki chawan

by Seong-il Hong » Aug 22nd, '10, 10:43

ginkgo wrote:
Seong-il Hong wrote:hello everyone,

Now I introduce to my kohiki teabowl. Kohiki has a history of between korea(Choseon dinasty)& japan long time ago it made to Boseong in south korea so it use to made clay in Boseong they want to be make white porcelain but it include a lot of iron it's a very dark so potter of Boseong use to white kaolin slip because hide to dark claybody sometimes they are difficult to find high quality kaolin at last often appeared iron mark (pink color) into the bowl. the japanese people of that period think that it's a beautiful things so nowadays many of people likes antique because potters in korea use to low quality kaolin(say to 'pink kaolin') that make a kohiki bowls. it has a some pink dots from pinholes
Now Boseong kohiki is a very famous to teapeople in korea and japan

Thanks for writing this history about kohiki glaze : very interesting !
and your bowl is a delight : subtile pink spot and evasive shape : very very gracefull :D !

Hi

Ginkgo,

Thanks for comment I love Kohiki also shino type glaze
I have a schedule by exhibition for kohiki in Oct.11.2010 from Boseong with make 'teapot' artist so now I exciting

I did little change to my tearoom sometime I hope that we are enjoy with tea in my tearoom

best,
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by Seong-il Hong » Aug 22nd, '10, 10:56

bonjiri wrote:seong il

fantastic kohiki chawan

wow

i love the gentle mellow hues.
also , cool on sharing the history of kohiki techniques

wild

inspirational !
Kohiki has a lot of types I did exhibition for Kohiki in Boseong gallery 'Re' until last week I did show that many of colors Kohiki. make it important point is a different tpyes Kaolin
I attached photos in my exhibition

Thanks a lot !
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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by AdamMY » Aug 22nd, '10, 11:03

The pieces shown in the Exhibition are stunning! Great work, and can not wait to see more!

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by Victoria » Aug 22nd, '10, 11:10

Beautiful work!

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by Geekgirl » Aug 22nd, '10, 12:00

Received a lovely little teapot in the mail yesterday. I know I know! I tease! I tease! (photo later.)

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by AdamMY » Aug 22nd, '10, 12:07

Geekgirl wrote:Received a lovely little teapot in the mail yesterday. I know I know! I tease! I tease! (photo later.)
I really want to see photos! As you placed the order only minutes before I was going to! :evil:

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by Geekgirl » Aug 22nd, '10, 12:15

I know, I KNOW! I'd say I'm sorry, but uh... I'm kinda not. LOL! There will be more, and next time you might even beat me to it! :lol:

:shock:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

(are we still tea-friends?)

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Re: NOSANDOBANG(Grass mountain ceramicstudio) in korea

by Seong-il Hong » Aug 22nd, '10, 20:03

Victoria wrote:Beautiful work!
Thanks Victoria!! :o

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