I did not see notches in the lid in any pictures I have got on net. If you have any links to such I will be grateful.Ambrose wrote:I think notches in the lid help to release the brew better. Also the lid nub doesnt look as comfortable to hold as it could.
The lid nob is high as about my thumb width (2mm less). But thanks I will put my attention on that.
IPT wrote:I really like the look of that shiboridashi. I guess the big question is; how does it pour?
Right, sometimes it can be a potter's (or user's) nightmare;) Look below
That is a mix of various stoneware clays. Because it was made for „scientific" reasons important for me was non porous of that clay.Chip wrote:I am curious about the clay you used since it is unglazed.
Now that is my beloved teapot (7 days, 12 times a day) and I see no tea patina.
Somebody called such a higher shiboridashi „modern fashion”;) Set of new is wider/oldschool:-)Chip wrote:Often shiboridashi are lower and wider, while houjin tend to be more upright like this one.
Once again thank you.