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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Chip » Dec 13th, '12, 23:16

TeaRoadie set at MIL's this evening ... really bangin' mystery (for now) asamushi session!

Soma set which I reserve for the road ... travels in a Chabitsu (pictured).

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Tead Off » Dec 14th, '12, 02:15

Chip wrote:Last evening ...

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... with what else ... sencha!
Love that kyusu!

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by hopeofdawn » Dec 14th, '12, 10:44

So pretty--love the colors in the cups especially!

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by hopeofdawn » Dec 15th, '12, 14:10

This morning's tea ...

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Tea: da hong pao
Teapot: zhuni (I think) yixing
Teacup: celadon yunomi by Nathan Bray

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by amaranto » Dec 15th, '12, 15:42

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This afternoon's tea

A Miyazaki Kamairicha prepared in a Tokoname kyusu from Aichi (brand new--just broke my trusty main kyusu), decanted in a glass chahai, and served in an Arita porcelain cup. The komon-print canister in the background is where I store this particular tea.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by amaranto » Dec 15th, '12, 15:50

That's a very pretty cloth, hopeofdawn.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by hopeofdawn » Dec 16th, '12, 16:49

amaranto wrote:That's a very pretty cloth, hopeofdawn.
Thanks! It was actually a thrift-store find ... it's amazing what's hidden there sometimes. :mrgreen:

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by hopeofdawn » Dec 16th, '12, 16:54

Morning/afternoon tea today ...

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And the christening of a new Seong-Il pot! 100 ml porcelain pot with unglazed interior, saggar-fired.

Tea: phoenix reserve from New Century Tea Gallery
Cup: jingdezhen hand-painted porcelain, courtesy of Teaswap, as is the copper chataku as well. :mrgreen:

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by debunix » Dec 16th, '12, 17:33

This afternoon, enjoying some Zei Shi Dan Cong from Tea Habitat in a small Greenwood Studio cup, brewed in a 50mL 'yixing' teapot, whose polishing has been sadly neglected, but I vow to make up for that now, both cup and pot dwarfed by Petr Novak's yuzamashi.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Chip » Dec 16th, '12, 23:52

Tead Off wrote:
Chip wrote:Last evening ...

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... with what else ... sencha!
Love that kyusu!
Thank you! Me too!!!
hopeofdawn wrote:This morning's tea ...

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Thanks for sharing the new TeaTable in action. Love the wares!
amaranto wrote:
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This afternoon's tea

A Miyazaki Kamairicha prepared in a Tokoname kyusu from Aichi (brand new--just broke my trusty main kyusu), decanted in a glass chahai, and served in an Arita porcelain cup. The komon-print canister in the background is where I store this particular tea.
Thank you,amaranto. Nice detail of the players! :idea:
hopeofdawn wrote:Morning/afternoon tea today ...

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And the christening of a new Seong-Il pot! 100 ml porcelain pot with unglazed interior, saggar-fired.

Tea: phoenix reserve from New Century Tea Gallery
Cup: jingdezhen hand-painted porcelain, courtesy of Teaswap, as is the copper chataku as well. :mrgreen:
That is a beaute S-I!!! However, I am curious about the chataku/saucer!!!???
debunix wrote:This afternoon, enjoying some Zei Shi Dan Cong from Tea Habitat in a small Greenwood Studio cup, brewed in a 50mL 'yixing' teapot, whose polishing has been sadly neglected, but I vow to make up for that now, both cup and pot dwarfed by Petr Novak's yuzamashi.

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Great eclectic mix!

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Chip » Dec 17th, '12, 00:05

"Gyokuro Training!!!" Korean Shib, Korean Yuzamashi, Japanese Natsume held the single serving of "Mystery Gyokuro."
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"Mystery Asamushi" in Kenji Kyusu.

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A pair of pinched Guinomi by Kashun await delicious sencha.
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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Stentor » Dec 17th, '12, 03:06

I've always loved that Kenji kyusu. Such a classic.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by blairswhitaker » Dec 18th, '12, 14:43

my watanabe tozo kyusu and kashun samashi, with a mino yaki porcelain cup. serving up some kyokuro suimei from den's tea.

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by hopeofdawn » Dec 20th, '12, 10:41

Hopeofdawn wrote:
Chip wrote:Cup: jingdezhen hand-painted porcelain, courtesy of Teaswap, as is the copper chataku as well. :mrgreen:
That is a beaute S-I!!! However, I am curious about the chataku/saucer!!!???
Thanks, Chip! Sadly, I do not have any pics of my own that show off the chataku by themselves--but I got them in this swap from Ambrose: http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f=70&t=15490 . His pictures are much better than mine! :D I really do like them--oddly enough, not only do I like the look, but whenever I clink a cup or teapot against the edge, they also make this lovely ringing chime sound. An unexpected bonus!

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Re: NEW! Official Teaware of the Day!

by Chip » Dec 20th, '12, 11:32

... ohhh, the swap. Opportunity missed. :mrgreen:

Hagi SO Tempest with mystery asamushi brewed in a mysterious Touju Kyusu. Oh, and realllly old "supporting actor" chataku. (I think we need a "best supporting actor" topic for teaware that is never THE star but shines anyway ... been wanting to for a while actually)

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