Here are some links to a few of our favorite online shops and websites. None of them are affiliated with us and all are trusted by us.
Barbara makes the most amazing planters I have ever seen. Her glazes and textures are incredible and her planters are a fantastic addition to any setting.
Michael creates some incredible tea ware. His cups, tea bowls, and vases are really special. The glazes he creates are wonderful and make each piece truly unique.
Cory creates tea bowls (Chawan) and cups (Yunomi)that are very Japanese in style, but with Cory's unique glazes and shapes. They are truly gorgeous works of art.
Seong-il is a Korean potter who makes stunning Korean tea ware. His own custom glazes and unique shapes make each piece of his a functional work of art.
Graham makes an incredible selection of hardwood swords for martial arts. His swords are truly works of art and he has done a ton of research into Chinese swords and his swords are as functional as well as they are beautiful.
Bill at Splitfire Pottery makes some really beautiful tea ware. He has a turquoise glaze that is spectacular. His pieces unique designs are wonderfully functional and a joy to use.
Petr is a potter from the Czech Republic. The textures of his tea ware is really wonderful and have a touch of Korean flavor to them.
The forum is for Chinese weapon and weapon-based martial arts afficionados. The moderators are truly experts in their field. Although a new forum, it looks like it will be a fantastic resource for those interested in Chinese weapons.
This is a link to my personal blog. It discusses my tea travels and discoveries in the world of Chinese tea.
Teachat is a tea based forum. You often find us there. It is a great place to share your knowledge, learn something, and show off your tea ware. It is a fun place to learn about any type of tea.
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