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Re: NEWEST CHAPTER! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XVII

by debunix » Jul 24th, '12, 22:01

One of a pair of kumidashi-chawan from Deishi Shibuya, fantastic cups in a favorite size/shape:

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Re: NEWEST CHAPTER! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XVII

by Tobias » Jul 25th, '12, 17:05

Seems like your TAD has gotten worse again. :wink: Do you have any pictures of your whole collection?

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by debunix » Jul 25th, '12, 20:42

No photos of the collection, because they're scattered in different places--a single teapot, pitcher, kettle and cup in one satellite office, but quite a collection in the main office, and then the ones at home are not very well arranged.

I expect to have keys to the new house in a few days, and after a bit of remodelling, I hope to have a better display for the at-home collection. But there won't be any cash to spare for more teaware for awhile as the closing costs and remodelling bills come in.....

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by andrzej bero » Aug 1st, '12, 19:12

I have got this one from my friend. It is too big for my tea time but I like a brush work. I have no idea who made it. For me it looks like British Leach/Hamada school ('60?). But I can be far away from a truth. Do you have any ideas?
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by tenuki » Aug 2nd, '12, 14:18

andrzej bero wrote:I have got this one from my friend. It is too big for my tea time but I like a brush work. I have no idea who made it. For me it looks like British Leach/Hamada school ('60?). But I can be far away from a truth. Do you have any ideas?


My idea is that you ship this to me right now. :lol:

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by andrzej bero » Aug 2nd, '12, 15:48

:) Tenuki, should I understand you have made it and lost?

btw
Debunix, very nice chawan

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Re: NEWEST CHAPTER! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XVII

by Saladin » Aug 3rd, '12, 14:19

Nice teapot. hard to say from the photos, but it could have been made in the UK or USA or even Japan. Any mark on the bottom?

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by andrzej bero » Aug 4th, '12, 16:07

Saladin wrote:Nice teapot. hard to say from the photos, but it could have been made in the UK or USA or even Japan. Any mark on the bottom?


Thanks Saladin. Not any signature or stamp. Someone really wanted to remain "unknown potter":)
Also I thought of Japan. There is a spirit of Mingei imho. This teapot is heavy so it can not be exclude American origin (I know it sounds stupid but all of the bowls that I had in my hands were really thick)

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by JBaymore » Aug 4th, '12, 19:22

andrzej bero wrote:(I know it sounds stupid but all of the bowls that I had in my hands were really thick)


Common problem with a lot of gaijin's chawan....... way too heavy.

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by brandon » Aug 7th, '12, 09:39

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Some new sencha cups and bon in the mail today.

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NEWEST CHAPTER! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XVII

by debunix » Aug 7th, '12, 09:59

Lovely setup!

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by KimChristian » Aug 7th, '12, 13:33

Woah...what a setup !!
Do you practice senchado ?? Maybe you can give us some more
details as these are hard to find outside Japan...

I have a convertible nonoda-ryoro in the mail (i.e. it can be used with
charcoal and electric) but plan to use it as a versatile way to heat water.

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Re: NEWEST CHAPTER! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XVII

by David R. » Aug 7th, '12, 16:06

Looks like a great kyusu ! Nice tataki tea caddy too. Does it keep your tea fresh ?

Edit : found the kyusu

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by brandon » Aug 8th, '12, 13:11

Thanks guys...
Kim I am not really an expert, so far I have a few books that are well illustrated, and some videos on YouTube. Someone helped me translate a few passages from the books, but now I am unclear about differences between schools. Some ceremonies are minimalist and some are modeled after Chanoyu.

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Re: NEWEST CHAPTER! Show Off Your Pots and Cups XVII

by iannon » Aug 8th, '12, 20:45

David R. wrote:Looks like a great kyusu ! Nice tataki tea caddy too. Does it keep your tea fresh ?

Edit : found the kyusu

I love that Kyusu too! Im on the hunt for another small glazed one now that my little Kutani got in the way of my three year old... :shock:

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