Friday, 18 November 2016
...or was it on earth?
Wanted to share this wonderful color combination of black bog oak and nice orange/red hawthorn wood. I simply can't stop looking at this. I am also trying new matte finish here, both on scoop and tea pick. So far I am happy with it. Thanks for looking!
One would not say that all these wood chips comes just from carving this one scoop, I was surprised myself. I usually do not pay attention to this, but when I saw the shaving I thought that it is kind of interesting to see.
Thursday, 10 November 2016
Thursday, 3 November 2016
tea tray - slate in oak frame...piece of our old roof tile. Note the nail holes. I like the violet color of this swedish slate. Another piece of history living again. It reminds me of portable chalk board that were used in schools back in the old days. Joy to use, my tea life is complete. Tea ware by Petr Novak.
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...