Baokun Sun/孫宝坤

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Sat Feb 10, 2024 11:32 am

...from Jingdezehn. From what I have seen the work is going quite a different direction than producing your typical white ultra thin porcelain work the region is know for. The pots are thicker and heavier looking made from creamy glazed clays. The work I have seen I really like, though searching in English what I can find is pretty limited and quite pricey when available. Anyone seen any of their work first hand or had tea from one of their pots? The glazed but thicker looking walls of the pots look good for teas where you don't want much muting but still need to keep higher heat.
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Sun Feb 11, 2024 12:33 am

Haven't seen his pots in person, but this style is not uncommon in modern Jingdezhen pottery. With an image search on taobao you can find plenty of options that are on the more affordable side.
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