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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

by debunix » Jun 28th, '11, 23:07

One likely factor in the slow staining for mine is that I don't use it as often as I anticipated because the thin walls restrict it to green and white teas, so it didn't get the same intensive use of some of my other cups when new.

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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

by IPT » Jun 29th, '11, 13:53

Here is my Rock. It has stained up quite a bit. I love it!
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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

by debunix » Jun 29th, '11, 14:13

Wow. Looks great.

I looked more carefully at the interior of mine and it does have a stronger network of still light crackles--just not dark enough yet to really stand out in the shadows.

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Re: HAGI SSO 16 Eiichi ROCK! by Shibuya Eiichi

by IPT » Jun 29th, '11, 21:42

Thank you. The exterior had some light staining when I got it, but it was much lighter than it is now. I do not pre-soak my tea ware, so that might be why mine always seem to darken quicker.

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