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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by samorost » Apr 7th, '16, 06:07

My new pieces up on KlasekTea. Sorry, I am not here much. I should work on that. You can visit my blog, thank you! Ondrej

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by debunix » Apr 7th, '16, 15:23

They are lovely. Now trying to pick one.

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by samorost » Apr 9th, '16, 06:00

debunix wrote:They are lovely. Now trying to pick one.
Thanks! Hope you will pick one :)
O.

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by debunix » Apr 9th, '16, 11:49

samorost wrote:
debunix wrote:They are lovely. Now trying to pick one.
Thanks! Hope you will pick one :)
O.

Picked one, and now just waiting.

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by samorost » Apr 9th, '16, 16:32

debunix wrote:
samorost wrote:
debunix wrote:They are lovely. Now trying to pick one.
Thanks! Hope you will pick one :)
O.

Picked one, and now just waiting.

Great :) which one is it?

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by debunix » Apr 10th, '16, 04:04

samorost wrote:Great :) which one is it?
This one: I like all of them, but picked this as having a more subtle pattern that will compliment but not distract from the tea when using it for photography of the leaves.

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by samorost » Apr 10th, '16, 05:29

debunix wrote:
samorost wrote:Great :) which one is it?
This one: I like all of them, but picked this as having a more subtle pattern that will compliment but not distract from the tea when using it for photography of the leaves.
Nice, I also like simple clean light ones, the tea leaves stand out in it. It's just there is so much beautiful wood out there :)
I hope you will like it, thanks!

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by debunix » Apr 30th, '16, 13:20

Utensils in use

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The scoop is very photogenic but does not detract from the tea. It's not too bright, too shiny, or too boring: it's just right. The pick is practical as well as very sleek and pleasing to touch.

Happy camper, me.

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by samorost » May 1st, '16, 04:25

I am glad to hear that you like it, thanks. May it serves you well! :)

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by daidokorocha » May 1st, '16, 10:38

Waaaaa, very beautiful Debunix. I don't think I would have gone for the light wood myself, but you make it look very appealing. Very nice work, Mr. samorost.

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by samorost » May 1st, '16, 14:27

daidokorocha wrote:Waaaaa, very beautiful Debunix. I don't think I would have gone for the light wood myself, but you make it look very appealing. Very nice work, Mr. samorost.
Thank you!

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by vanderleaf » May 10th, '16, 16:19

Gorgeous handiwork!

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by samorost » May 11th, '16, 06:18

vanderleaf wrote:Gorgeous handiwork!
Thank you! :)

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by debunix » Jul 9th, '16, 11:12

I just need to update this after some weeks of use: the tea scoop is even better than I anticipated at getting the tea accurately transferred even to pots whose diameter is a fair bit smaller than the diameter of the scoop. It's just so nicely balanced and smooth that a little care with pouring tea into it down the middle of the trough allow pouring out of it into a narrow mouth vessel--it's not like pouring flour from a pitcher into the mixing bowl where suddenly there's a big clump of stuff that goes wide around the rim of the bowl to the counter and makes a mess. It's neat--literally--to use.

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Re: Ondřej Sedlák - wooden tea utensils

by samorost » Aug 13th, '16, 04:18

debunix wrote:I just need to update this after some weeks of use: the tea scoop is even better than I anticipated at getting the tea accurately transferred even to pots whose diameter is a fair bit smaller than the diameter of the scoop. It's just so nicely balanced and smooth that a little care with pouring tea into it down the middle of the trough allow pouring out of it into a narrow mouth vessel--it's not like pouring flour from a pitcher into the mixing bowl where suddenly there's a big clump of stuff that goes wide around the rim of the bowl to the counter and makes a mess. It's neat--literally--to use.

Thanks, glad to hear that :)

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