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- Mon May 18, 2020 10:13 pm
- Forum: Miscellaneous
- Topic: Teaware B&W Appreciation
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- Mon May 18, 2020 8:53 pm
- Forum: Archived Swaps
- Topic: FS: ROC Qingshuini Shuiping, 100ml
- Replies: 9
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Mark-S I was told by a seller that this tea set was purchased in SF Chinatown in 1948 by her grandmother. She was also selling a bunch of other junk that looked like it was found in an old persons attic. The pot looks old enough to fit with the story I was told. The price was too low and I had to r...
- Are some of the LQER "zhuni" pots made of hongni instead? From my understanding, pure zhuni cannot be fired on its own. So it is always blended with another clay, hongni or something else (there was another common one blended with zhuni, but I can't remember the name), or also already fired zhuni...
- For example, I have an old zisha kettle, the clay of which reminds me of QSN in terms of it's granularity but overall is red in color very much like hongni (sorry no picture on me). How would one call it? Hong qing shui ni? Isn't red QSN called Hong Pi Long? I've heard hong qing shui ni before too
Following the link to teachat that Balthazar posted, I read through the whole thread and saw this comment from kyarazen. Screenshot_20200512-175835__01.jpg I'm curious 1. If that is true, that not many hongni pots were made in the qing dynasty, that most were zhuni and 2. If that's true, then why? W...
- Tue May 12, 2020 7:46 pm
- Forum: Fermented Tea
- Topic: Weird stuff in 8582 cake. Anyone know?
- Replies: 4
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I get something very similar looking in some of my cakes. In my case it's dust being crushed and broken off from breaking apart the cake with a tea pick. Nothing to worry about if that's what it is.