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Tuesday, March 9, 2010
This is Ken Matsuzaki's teabowl.
I had someone ask me about a teabowl that they had from Jim Robinson in
Oregon. It had an iron wash and a thick white shino with finger streak marks.
Does anyone know the recipe for this glaze? I have his article on shino's
and put some of the white shino recipes in my book, like snow cap shino,
mino, etc. but thought someone would know more precisely.
I am putting a similar piece abovei:
I, also think a Kuan glaze with zircopax would work but thought I could get
him a little closer.
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