Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Some time ago I bought bog oak wood from Lithuania. I made some chashaku from this timber earlier. Time has come to make a scoop from it. This particular timber is on the soft side of the spectrum as for the hardness is concern but the wood is very beautiful and this should not be problem for caring person. This piece of wood has a live edges which I preserved and just enhanced with steel brush. I like how the profile came out and again as before I would like to mimic this in the
future. Working with bog oak is quite like working with coal, it has similar smell and you have black dust everywhere :)
another scoop from different timber
Monday, 25 July 2016
Another tea scoop from the water and time influenced wood. Naturally darkened spruce from the old forest pond. The wood is quite soft but very beautiful.
before applying shelac and oil
Little update after long pause. With ability to post multiple images on Instagram I decided to stop posting here as it took too much time ru...
Petr Novák's pot on the tea bridge in Mirka Randová's boat. I usually like to have something beneath my tea pot or cup when makin...
Gorgeous tea pot by talented Jan Pavek. He dig his clay himself, fired in anagama kiln, glaze is from the ash from the fire, unglazed insi...