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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by Saladin » Jan 12th, '13, 16:51


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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by debunix » Jan 12th, '13, 21:23

If they're being given away, I'd take one too!

Nicely spotted.

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by AdamMY » Jan 12th, '13, 22:55

Posting this here, because currently it best fits in this category :x :x

http://www.japanesepottery.com/gallery_ ... 1685&keys=

I had expected to have had the one on the far right for quite a few days now. But sadly it has been stuck in customs for a week now.

So I guess this is "technically" my teaware, but I don't "have it" though I wish I did.

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by Saladin » Jan 13th, '13, 03:05

I'll take these two too.

http://one-jp.com/lot/v286742661
http://one-jp.com/lot/j203885314

The shino piece has a killer kodai.

Or this.. http://one-jp.com/lot/k157417309

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by debunix » Jan 31st, '13, 23:32

Yup. Oh my.

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by Alex » Feb 1st, '13, 03:48

Peacock wrote:Oh my oh my oh my oh my

http://www.tokoname.or.jp/teapot/maker_ ... izan01.htm

LOL according to my 4 year old daughter

"That one looks like its broken!"

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by brandon » Feb 22nd, '13, 07:17

David, please bring that one home for the team.

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by TIM » Feb 22nd, '13, 07:44

OMG!!!!!

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by Fabien » Feb 22nd, '13, 08:27

David, you should definitely adopt that bowl. And I would be honoured if you chose me as its godfather, I'll babysit' it as often as needed for someone as busy as you are :wink:
Yes, I know I'm so generous!

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by David R. » Feb 22nd, '13, 11:41

I appreciate your enthousiasm... I wish I could please everyone, and especially me on this one. But something tells me that it is way out of my league...

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by Alex » Feb 22nd, '13, 12:37

Looking at that listing, bids and time left, I'm guessing that's going to come in at around $500-$600?

Stunning stunning stunning. Maybe I'll sell all my teaware and just buy that and be happy.

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by Poohblah » Feb 22nd, '13, 16:37

Alex wrote:Looking at that listing, bids and time left, I'm guessing that's going to come in at around $500-$600?

Stunning stunning stunning. Maybe I'll sell all my teaware and just buy that and be happy.
I think you mean $500 thousand to $600 thousand.

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Re: Not my teaware.....but I wish it were....

by Drax » Feb 23rd, '13, 07:48

Um, unless if I've forgotten something (or missing something), some European countries reverse the use of commas and decimals for numbers when compared to how we use them in America. So 200,00 is actually 200.00 (or two hundred).

Then again, the seller has set a reserve limit, but I don't see anything that says what the reserve mark is. So I suppose it could be set in the hundreds of thousands range....

So meanwhile, who's going to go for the cup?? :mrgreen:

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