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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by Chip » Jul 2nd, '11, 12:42

Last economy package from Petr took over 4 weeks to arrive here (near Philly). It will drive you nutz if you let it. :mrgreen:

Beauties in action Tobias!

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by TubbyCow » Jul 2nd, '11, 15:40

My parcel arrived safely! Despite the postal strike, it only took 21 days to get here via priority shipping. 10 of those days it was sitting in a warehouse, but still... :D

My project this weekend is to put together some sort of light box so I can do the pieces as much justice as I can with my humble camera.

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by Geekgirl » Jul 2nd, '11, 17:23

nickE wrote:
Geekgirl wrote:Anyone else still waiting?
Yep, I chose Economy shipping.

Okay, I won't start worrying then. :)

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by Cammie » Jul 2nd, '11, 18:37

Geekgirl wrote:Anyone else still waiting?
Yes, I chose economy shipping as well :(

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by woozl » Jul 2nd, '11, 23:00

I love the shibo.
This is a great functional pot.
Simple, sublime.
-no pics yet-
And have yet to try the kyusu.
But she has settled in well with the natives :wink:

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by woozl » Jul 3rd, '11, 11:22

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by debunix » Jul 3rd, '11, 11:22

They do complement each other wonderfully.

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by lkj23 » Jul 3rd, '11, 11:46

debunix wrote:They do complement each other wonderfully.
+1 beautiful pairing!!

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by Chip » Jul 3rd, '11, 11:51

woozl wrote:Image
What a lovely couple! :mrgreen:

Are the cups from the newest Mrs. Woozl firing?

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by siae » Jul 3rd, '11, 13:08

Oh no! I can't belive this is true.

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They still fit perfectly, what glue should I use?

And be careful with your pieces guys :cry:

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by woozl » Jul 3rd, '11, 13:20

Here is the other pot,
And Chip you are correct, new bluies fresh outta the kiln :mrgreen:

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by lkj23 » Jul 3rd, '11, 14:24

siae wrote:Oh no! I can't belive this is true.

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They still fit perfectly, what glue should I use?

And be careful with your pieces guys :cry:

oooohhhhhhhhhhhh damnation!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What bad luck!

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by Chip » Jul 3rd, '11, 15:14

Bummer siae!

Tip chips are pretty common with teapots ... for me anyway. This does not make them any more ... easy to accept.

I posted one solution under the broken teaware topic.
siae wrote:And be careful with your pieces guys
Yes, the rough sandy clay used, the thin, well crafted construction, and the crawling shino glaze do not make for bomb proof pots! A little extra care should be used, IMHO.

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by Chip » Jul 3rd, '11, 15:20

woozl wrote:Here is the other pot,
And Chip you are correct, new bluies fresh outta the kiln :mrgreen:

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Niiiiice! Is that a handle on this cup?

Nice photos compliment the "feel" of these Petr-Yakis! :mrgreen:

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Re: TA SO 3 Petr Novák Wood Fired Shino Collection

by woozl » Jul 3rd, '11, 15:31

No handle on the cup.
Looks like the handle of the kyusu, in hiding, waiting
in the "green room" :lol:

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