Pictures of Vessels

margadirube:

geraldinemcgeechan: concrete plates
s-c-r-a-p-b-o-o-k:


laura andreson
kintsugi-repair:

There are two types of gold/silver powder used in kintsugi work. One is called “round powder (or marufun),” and the other is “finest powder (or keshifun).” Round powder finish requires polishing, while finest powder does not. Usually, I use round powder ‘cause it makes better look and more durable mending. But when you work on ceramics like this kohiki-mug, you have to use finest powder since this kind of ceramics absorbs urushi easily. (Round powder needs additional urushi before polishing)
I KNEW THAT. But I totally forgot…. 
FYI, this mug is not mine…
粉引きは漆がしみやすいから消粉で仕上げないとダメだって、わかってたのに、わかってたのに、丸粉を使ってもうて、漆がしみてもた。(ついでにヒビも入ってたみたいだけど)
これ、自分のじゃないんだけどね。すまぬ。
clamlab:

Small but significant glaze progress. (at CLAM LAB HQ)
inthenoosphere:

Less CPP (by Great Things to People)
notesondesign:

matte black
s-c-r-a-p-b-o-o-k:

Lucie Rie
Jiro Yoshida
besidebloomingirises:

Oribe chawan
Edo period, 18th-19th century
ceramicsparadise:

Karin Michelsen
Yuichi Nakata
Joseon white porcelain
Shoji Onzuka
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