neděle 9. února 2014

First firing of 2014


Firings in January can be tricky. Middle Europe wether promises snow and freeze and you can imagine: Whole day loading of our woodkiln, with bare hands in 15°C bellow zero is, let say, unpleasant. But this year's Czech winter is mild, just with a bit of snow and temperature around zero. Good for us!

This time, We choose twelve pieces which are for us somehow significant. As usually some shibos, teapots, cups. Mirka was working on wide selection of bonsai pots for whole more then two months so her work is represented "just" by really small woodfired vase and teaboat from our electric kiln. If you are fan of her work then dont worry. Next time there will be much more to share.

Here is new pots and tea club album with few picutres of each

Vase "Frozen Field"

Stoneware vase with snow flake glaze. Woodfired to around 1280°C
Size: 7cm tall and 6cm wide
Price: 19usd



SOLD





Shiboridashi "Dark Field"



Description: Stoneware, woodfired to around 1300°C, Nuka ash glaze, with lines of tenmoku glaze
                  Volume: 125ml
                  Price: 47usd
SOLD


Couple of Bowls "Blue Ash"

Description: Stoneware, woodfired to around 1280°C, Nuka ash glaze
                  Volume: around 190ml
                  Price for the set: 32usd





SOLD




Teapot "Fine Soil"

Description: Stoneware, woodfired to around 1300°C,,teapot was covered with charcoal during the firing, unglazed outside in.
                  Volume: 125ml
                  Price: 60usd
RESERVED

note: clay of this teapot is the black natural clay about which you can read more here


Shiboridashi set "Fire Flowers"



Description: Stoneware, woodfired to around 1300°C,shiboridashi was covered with charcoal during the firing, New Kuan glaze on the cup
                  Volume: 110ml
                  Price: 48usd
SOLD


Small shiboridashi "Twilight"



Description: Fine stoneware, woodfired to around 1250°C,shiboridashi was covered with charcoal during the firing, unglazed outside in.
                  Volume: 70ml
                  Price: 37usd
SOLD

Teapot set "Blue Ash"


Description: Teapot with three cup, Natural stoneware, woodfired to around 1300°C, Nuka ash glaze
                  Volume of the teapot: 125ml
                  Price: 78usd
SOLD

note: clay of this teapot is the black natural clay about which you can read more here.

 Bowl "Snow Flake"



Description: Stoneware, woodfired to around 1280°C, Snow flake natural glaze
                  Volume: around 210ml
                  Price for the set: 27usd
SOLD



Shiboridashi set "Yellow salt"



Description: Fine stoneware, woodfired to around 1300°C,Glazed in Yellow Salt glaze with decoration lines of tenmoku glaze.
                  Volume: 100ml
                  Price: 54usd
SOLD

Shiboridashi set "Warm Pebble"



Description: Stoneware, woodfired to around 1300°C,Glazed in white glaze inside, unglazed outside. Cup with shino glaze outside
                  Volume: 120ml
                  Price: 48usd
SOLD

Teapot " Copper Ore Stone"



Description: Stoneware, woodfired to around 1300°C,,teapot was covered with charcoal during the firing, unglazed outside in, with three bark surface.
                  Volume: 110ml
                  Price: 60usd
SOLD

Teaboat "Golden Rain"



Description: Fine stoneware, fired in electric kiln to 1230°C, Gloden tenmoku glaze inside and black glaze outside.
Size: 18cm wide, 4,5cm tall
Price: 28usd
SOLD

Teapot " Copper Rust"



Description: Stoneware, woodfired to around 1300°C,,teapot was covered with charcoal during the firing, unglazed inside with blue-green matt glaze outside.
                  Volume: 120ml
                  Price: 60usd
SOLD

If you have any more questions feel free to leave comment here or contact me via email. Sample of fine tea will go with each order from this selection, Hope you will enjoy it!

Thank you for reading!





2 komentáře:

  1. Incredible work Petr! I love the glaze and shape of Warm Pebbles! Fine Soil, Fie Flowers and Copper Rust are all fresh to my eyes and I find them very beautiful! I think you know how I feel about Blue Ash! Congratulations once again!!!

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  2. Love the yellow salt glaze. Good work.

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