Yes, That's it. No idea that Shawn did Shigaraki-like textural pieces. They are really nice cups. Also, I have several vine handled pots and really love the way they feel. Is the trivet for a kettle?Fuut wrote: ↑Wed Oct 17, 2018 1:22 pmThis photo?
Everything you can see here except for the Seiho yazumashi is by Shawn, greenwood:) Same goes for the wall vase in the other post. The vine handle one i got not that long ago from AN, it came from the Unzen kiln, i snapped at it because they apparently made it with a mold, and i was interested in the difference:)
Unrelated, i've been looking for a relatively large and not too expensive trivet.. haven't found it yet. Anyone have one they're tired of?
Man, those are some inspiring displays. I inherited a lovely armoire from the previous owner of my house when I moved in and that's where I've stashed all my teaware and other paraphernalia (tea tables, mats, coasters, accessories, etc). Right now it's very crowded because everything is just sitting there on one shelf . Need to add some kind of removable shelf or trivets to organize things better. I like how Fuut uses boxes to elevate some of his teawares, I may just steal that idea!
Glass display case from Ikea. I would love an open shelf display, but my 5yo and cats slip in sometimes, so I wanted something with doors. I tint windows for a living, so I added some white matte film that I had lying around that looks like etched glass. Helps soften the reflection from the LED strip I put on the front of the cabinet.
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