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How a Master Potter Makes Giant Kimchi Pots Using the Traditional Method — Handmade

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  • How a Master Potter Makes Giant Kimchi Pots Using the Traditional Method — Handmade

    13:38

    Jin-Gyu learned the ancient art of onggi pot-making from his parents. Today, he is the youngest of about 20 people left in Korea who are certified to properly recreate traditional Korean onggi, a process which requires intense physical labor and adherence to traditional guidelines. The pots are used to hold kimchi, soy bean paste, red pepper paste, and other foods that require air to ferment, which the clay — made from Korean rain water, plants, and mountain soil — provides.

    Credits:
    Producers: Pelin Keskin, Carla Francescutti
    Director/Field Producer: Nadia Cho
    Camera: Gerald Lee, Tim Han
    Editor: Murilo Ferreira

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
    Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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  • How Kwangjuyo Makes Traditional Korean Ceramic Dishes for Michelin-Starred Restaurants — Handmade

    13:31

    Kwangjuyo Group has been making 3,000 varieties of traditional Korean ceramic cups, bowls, and plates by hand since 1963. The company’s hands-on approach, which includes shaping the pieces from clay, hand-carving floral designs, and custom glazing, all stem from Korean tradition. The pieces have made their way to Michelin-starred restaurants like The French Laundry in California’s Napa Valley and Jungsik in New York City. You can purchase pieces from Kwangjuyo here:

    Credits:
    Producers: Pelin Keskin, Carla Francescutti
    Director/Field Producer: Nadia Cho
    Camera: Gerald Lee, Tim Han
    Editor: Murilo Ferreira

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
    Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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  • Why Kwang Hee “Mama” Park is the Queen of Kimchi — First Person

    11:44

    Kwang Hee “Mama” Park teaches well-known chefs how to make premium kimchi with fresh ingredients from her farm in Pyeongchang, South Korea. After winning the title of “Master of Kimchi” in a Japanese and Korean TV contest, she knew making the fermented dish was her calling, and has perfected her process over the course of 20 years. Now, she sells her famous fermented foods worldwide. You can buy her kimchi here:

    Credits:
    Producer: Francesca Manto
    Field Producer/Director: Nadia Cho
    Camera: Gerald Lee, Tim Han
    Editor: Francesca Manto

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
    Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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  • How a Glassblowing Master Creates Pieces for Fine Dining Tables — Handmade

    11:54

    At More Fire Glass Studio, Elizabeth Lyons and her team take us through the fascinating process of glass blowing one-of-a-kind pieces. We see how cups, jars, vases, and other beautiful shapes go from sand to full blown items that can be used on restaurant tables. You can see more work from More Fire Glass Studio here:

    Credits:
    Producers: Carla Francescutti, Pelin Keskin
    Camera: Carla Francescutti, Murilo Ferreira
    Editor: Murilo Ferreira

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
    Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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  • Relaxing ASMR POTTERY ART: mesmerizing clay and ceramic masterpieces

    10:46

    Unique and oddly satisfying pottery demonstration that will instantly relax you.



    Pottery is one of the most relaxing crafts you can try. Not only will it inspire and unleash your creative side, but it will also help you meditate and communicate with yourself. Touching and giving form to the clay will also give you a very soft sensation. So, to inspire you, I’m sharing with you some fantastic and oddly satisfying clips you can try.
    We’re starting with giving form to a vase. We give it a very abstract shape, and once it’s done, we gave it a bright, light pink color.
    For our next project, we got even more creative. That’s where we’re using a strainer to create detailed coral-shaped decorations for our vase.
    But we don’t only show you vases. We also offer you beautiful plates, bowls, and plant pots that every person who loves pottery can make.
    Watch until the end to discover how to make a candlestick holder and a decorative donut.



    Timestamps:
    0:13 – A beautiful pink vase
    0:38 – Coral-shaped vase
    1:56 – A fantastic abstract plant pot
    4:08 – A crazy pottery experiment
    6:32 – Cheese-inspired bowl
    8:46 – A cool candle holder

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  • How to Make a Handmade Pottery Teapot — Narrated Version

    23:23

    This weeks video shows how I make my teapots. It's a long one but shows quite thoroughly every step along the way. Teapots are such complicated objects to make so I really hope this video can break it down whilst also demonstrating in-depth my approach to the form.

    Thanks for watching and if you're got any further questions please leave it down in the comments and I'll do my best to reply.

    Timecodes:
    0:00 - Wedging clay
    0:32 - Throwing teapot body
    4:19 - Preparing clay and measurements for the lid
    5:01 - Throwing lids
    6:28 - Throwing spouts
    8:33 - Trimming lid to fit teapot
    9:28 - Trimming teapot body
    10:57 - Trimming lid
    12:44 - Trimming teapot base
    14:09 - Attaching spout
    17:50 - Pulling and attaching handle
    21:46 - Finished examples
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  • Korean Pottery Story Of A Thousand Years Episode 1

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    Korean Pottery Story of A Thousand Years Episode 1
    한국의 도자기 천년의 이야기 에피소드 1

    'Story of a Thousand Years of Korean Pottery'

    This first episode is introduced by Dr. Do-hun Kim (Ph.D of Ceramic Engineering & Ceramist), who tells us an interesting introduction to Korean Pottery, focusing on the history of pottery, types of pottery & clay, and characteristics of Goryeo celadon. Dr. Do-hun Kim also speaks about his father, Sechang Se-yong Kim, Master hand of Ceramic, his 50 years of trial and error of recreating Goryeo celadon.
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    What is pottery?
    History of pottery
    Type of pottery
    Type of clay
    Story of Kim Se-yong, Korean Master Hand of ceramic
    History of Korean pottery
    What is Goryeo celadon
    Characteristics of Goryeo celadon

    *Special thanks to ceramists, Master Sechang Se-yong Kim, Dr. Do-hun Kim, and Ms. Young Shin Kim for sharing their books, photos, videos and art works to make it possible.

    **Special thanks to Mr. Farrell Hirsch & the Muckenthaler Cultural Center for generously opening their center to make this production possible.

    Produced by KCCLA
    Directed and Edited by Ariel Song (
    All artwork & photo by Master Sechang Se-yong Kim, Dr.Do-hun Kim, Ms. Young Shin Kim, and National Museum of Korea
    Filmed at The Muckenthaler Cultural Center

  • HOW TO MAKE KIMCHI | SOUTH KOREA | TRADITIONAL WAY | ENGLISH SUB

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    Annyeong! Another interesting video with my Korean family. I am going to share the day that we made kimchi (김치). Gimjang (김장), is the traditional process of preparation and preservation of kimchi, the spicy Korean fermented vegetable dish, in the wintertime. We do this every 10th month of the lunar calendar.
    You will learn the proper way of making and fermenting kimchi with my Korean family.
    Enjoy watching!
    Sending love from Pinay Mom in South Korea. ^^

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  • How to Make a Stoneware Pottery Bowl, from Beginning to End — Narrated Version

    15:02

    Here's my I make a medium stoneware bowl, from the very beginning as a lump of soft clay to the finished, fired vessel. There's a steps, from throwing, turning, bisque firing, waxing, glazing and lastly reduction firing.

    Timecodes:
    0:00 - Wedging clay
    0:47 - Throwing
    3:05 - Trimming
    6:07 - Bisque firing
    6:21 - Waxing
    7:24 - Glazing
    8:32 - Cleaning up glazed ware
    10:32 - Packing gas kiln
    11:51 - Firing gas kiln
    12:18 - Initiating reduction atmosphere
    13:17 - Opening kiln
    14:20 - Finished bowls

    Let me know if you've got any questions in the comments below and as always, thanks for watching.
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  • How a Handmade Pottery Cup is Made from Beginning to End — Narrated Version

    24:21

    Another long video this week. Showing the entire process behind making one of my stoneware coffee cups, from a soft lump of clay, to the finished glaze fired vessel. I hope you enjoy and please let me know if you've got anymore questions down in the comments.

    Timecodes:
    0:00 - Weighing out 200 gram lumps of clay
    0:22 - Wedging clay
    1:09 - Throwing coffee cup
    3:55 - Trimming the cup using a chuck
    5:17 - Pulling handle blanks
    5:35 - Discussing this approach to handle pulling
    7:57 - Wrapping handle blanks for a days work
    8:44 - Pulling coffee cup handle
    10:51 - Using a chuck to fix any distortion in the rim
    11:15 - Packing the bisque kiln
    11:47 - Waxing coffee cups
    13:06 - Glazing cups
    15:26 - Cleaning up glazed cups
    16:12 - Packing the gas kiln
    18:36 - Firing the gas kiln
    19:26 - Initiating reduction at 850ºc
    21:18 - Unpacking the kiln
    22:42 - Sanding cups bases
    23:07 - Finished pots and coffee cup examples

    Thanks for watching and I'll catch you soon with a new upload.
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  • How a Master Fermenter Makes the Iconic Korean Rice Drink Makgeolli — Handmade

    14:03

    At South Korean brewery Boksoondoga, Park Bok-soon and her family have perfected the rice fermentation process for the milky and slightly sweet alcoholic beverage makgeolli.

    Credits:
    Producer: Murilo Ferreira
    Producer/Director: Nadia Cho
    Camera: Gerald Lee, Tim Han
    Editor: Murilo Ferreira
    Subtitles: Vicky Won

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
    Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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  • How the Finest Tofu in America is Handmade Every Day — Handmade

    9:59

    Ota Tofu in Portland, Oregon, is the oldest active tofu factory in America. Its owners and workers have been hand-making fresh tofu from American-grown soybeans since 1911. Owner Jason Ogata shows us how the simple product is made, from grinding and pressure cooking the soybeans to coagulation to hand-pressing the curds.

    Credits:
    Producers: Carla Francescutti, Pelin Keskin
    Camera: Truen Pence, Jess Gibson
    Editor: Carla Francescutti

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
    Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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  • How to Make a Handmade Pottery Teapot — ASMR Version

    23:23

    Here's the ASMR version of my teapot making video for those who prefer the simple sounds from the studio. The narrated version can be found here, (

    Timecodes:
    0:00 - Wedging clay
    0:32 - Throwing teapot body
    4:19 - Preparing clay and measurements for the lid
    5:01 - Throwing lids
    6:28 - Throwing spouts
    8:33 - Trimming lid to fit teapot
    9:28 - Trimming teapot body
    10:57 - Trimming lid
    12:44 - Trimming teapot base
    14:09 - Attaching spout
    17:50 - Pulling and attaching handle
    21:46 - Finished examples
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  • How a High-Tech Mussel Farm Produces 7,000 Pounds of Gigantic Mussels per Day — Dan Does

    12:22

    On this episode of 'Dan Does,' host Dan Geneen (instagram.com/danielgeneen) visits Bangs Island Farm in Maine’s Casco Bay to understand how rope-grown mussels are sustainably raised, harvested, and processed with high-tech machines.

    Credits:
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    Director: Connor Reid
    Camera: Connor Reid, Will Caswell
    Editor: Daniel Geneen

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
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  • Relaxing Clay Pottery DIYs And Crafts That Will Satisfy You

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    00:00 Clay vase explosion
    00:11 Uneven shape of clay vase
    01:06 Giant clay donut
    02:27 Blueberry clay pot
    03:30 Coloring clay pot with shaving foam

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  • The Japanese art of fixing broken pottery - BBC REEL

    5:47

    Japan’s ancient art of celebrating broken pottery is rooted in an eastern philosophy of finding beauty in imperfection. Many believe it can help us to accept our flaws – and foster a sense of peace and fulfilment.

    Video by Terushi Sho
    Executive Producer: Camelia Sadeghzadeh

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  • How to Make a Handled Pottery Jug From Beginning to End — Narrated Version

    20:01

    This is my longest video yet, it shows how I throw, trim, handle, wax, glaze and reduction fire a handled stoneware jug. If you manage to make it all the way through you've got to let me know in the comments below!

    I hope this film shows you a bit more of the behind the scenes of my work and if you've got any further questions about what you see here please do let me know.

    Also, here's the link to my friends shop, Darren Ellis doesn't sell the throwing gauges all the time but when he does restock you can find them here:

    Thanks for watching and as always, you can find me everyday on Instagram for daily posts.
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  • How Cast Iron Pans Are Made by Hand at Borough Furnace — Handmade

    11:47

    On this episode of ‘Handmade,’ John Truex and Liz Seru, co-owners of metal casting workshop Borough Furnace in Owego, New York, show us how cast iron pans are made by hand, from designing, casting, sanding, seasoning and beyond. You can see more of the shop’s work here:

    Credits:
    Producers: Carla Francescutti, Pelin Keskin
    Director: Carla Francescutti
    Camera: Carla Francescutti, Murilo Ferreira
    Editor: Carla Francescutti

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
    Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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  • PRIMITIVE POTTERY Making with NATURAL CLAY | Without A Kiln - Pit Fire - 6 DAYS Bushcraft Adventure

    28:23

    In this bushcraft video I collect natural clay from the forest, then I make some pottery and I fire them in a pit fire for the first time!! Without A Kiln
    All of this in nature and with basic equipment.
    (the final was a little bit of a fail because some of them broke)
    This was an amazing adventure!!

    I hope you guys enjoy this video!
    Lots of love, Meen

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  • How a Woodworking Master Makes Bowls — Handmade

    12:10

    On this episode of ‘Handmade,’ woodturner Ashley Harwood demonstrates the age-old process of woodturning. From selecting her natural materials, to rotating the log on a rotating access, to carving, to shaping, to sealing and aging, Harwood takes us through the year-long process that results in a beautiful, handcrafted wood bowl. You can see more work by Ashley Harwood here:

    Credits:
    Producers: Carla Francescutti, Pelin Keskin
    Camera: Michael Ollek, John Barnhardt
    Editor: Murilo Ferreira

    Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
    Development Producer: McGraw Wolfman
    Coordinating Producer: Stefania Orrù
    Audience Engagement: Daniel Geneen, Terri Ciccone
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  • Why Forging Damascus Steel Knives Takes Years to Master — Handmade

    14:24

    Bladesmith Quintin Middleton makes Damascus steel knives. His pieces are inspired by a blend of Japanese and European knife styles, and sword-brandishing childhood heroes like Conan the Barbarian and He-Man. You can buy them here:

    Credits:
    Producer: Carla Francescutti
    Directors: Carla Francescutti, John Barnhardt
    Camera: John Barnhardt, Kristina Crum
    Editor: Mike Imhoff

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  • Chef Nabil Attards French-Syrian Take on Stuffed Grape Leaves — First Person

    9:04

    Chef Nabil Attard was forced to leave Syria, but in 2018 he still achieved his dream of opening a restaurant in France. At Närenj, he combines elements of Syrian home cooking with French gastronomy.

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    Producers: Anna Muckerman, Francesca Manto
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  • How Merzbachers Bakery Creates Some of Philadelphias Favorite Bread — Vendors

    14:43

    At Merzbacher’s bakery in Philadelphia, owner Pete Merzbacher pays attention to every detail when it comes to making fresh bread. He sells his coveted loaves and buns to local grocery stores and restaurants that use them to make some of the best cheesesteaks in town.

    Credits:
    Producers: Carla Francescutti, Pelin Keskin
    Director: Carla Francescutti
    Camera: Carla Francescutti, Murilo Ferreira
    Editor: Scott Kan

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  • Korean Onggi MasterKorean Potter

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    Korean Onggi Master -Kim Yong-Ho is my father.
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  • The Mad Potter is Smashing a Huge Pot!

    3:21

    Why is mad master potter, Mattie Leeds destroying one of his giant pots? Watch the video to find out.

  • Large coil pot making by Chinese Ceramic Masters

    4:16

    In a small ceramic village in China, these coil pot masters are still using traditional method of craftsmanship. These method is a dying art, and these men are the last of their generation to hone this type of craft.

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  • Kimchi Making Bowl using Slab Onggi technique

    22:48

    Hyangjong making a hakdok using one handmade slab. He also made the little tool himself used for the inside markings.

    Warning! :)
    The bowl is not essential in kimchi making process but it can enhance the flavours and it aids the mixing process. Sadly, most Korean households now use metal or plastic bowls...

    Stay well and eat more kimchi!

  • How to Make Extra-Large Clay Pots

    5:56

    Our team member Theresa was excited by the challenge of creating an extra-large coil pot planter, and while she would never claim to be nearly as practiced or talented as Onggi masters, she was inspired by their techniques to try and make a large-scale planter for the first time. She shares her learning curves with you as she makes a convex pot just the right size for a tomato plant.

  • A touch of a master craftsman - Korean Pottery

    3:52

    Today, Korean ceramics are among the most popular and sought after for their finesse, elegance, and style. The Banggok Art Village in Danyang is a village formed with ceramic artists who use the traditional wooden furnace to bake the ceramic products. This village was founded in the early Joseon Dynasty. Here you can experience the traditional ceramic art by trying your hand at making pottery. Create some special memories :)

  • FERMENTATION CROCK // PRACTICE // DIY Kimchi/Sauerkraut/Pickle pot on the wheel

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    Watch me figure out how to make a fermentation crock on the wheel, used in making kimchi, sauerkraut, pickle, etc.

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  • EXTREMELY SATISFYING GIANT POTTERY BOWL MAKING ????

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    Hello, You will see in this video :
    1: Giant pottery bowl making by 5 guys how have good skills
    2: Chattering a pottery bowl

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  • How a Japanese Town Keeps its 800 Year Pottery Tradition Alive

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    Tambayaki, or Tamba ware, is an 800 year old tradition that is still carried on today by about 60 kilns located around the Tachikui district.

    What is often the case when hearing about these kinds of traditional practices, is that you find out it's a dying craft. So it's encouraging to hear that this group of potters have not only been able to keep the craft alive generation after generation, but they are still thriving to this day.

    I made another video about the area, where I show you what a castle town is like nowadays

    Thanks to the city of Tamba Sasayama for sponsoring this video. The city of Tamba Sasayama has been certified as an official Japanese heritage site by the Agency for Cultural Affairs and as a UNESCO Creative City in the field of Crafts and Folk Arts. The city's prevalent rich history and culture have resulted in it being the location for several movies and period dramas. Special thanks as well to Kotoukan for showing us their collection.

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  • KOREAN CERAMIC MASTER TEACHES ACOPIA INTERNS THE ART OF POTTERY

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    ACOPIA aims to provide a platform to foreigners, in order to discover the Korean Culture and introduce it to the world.
    Icheon is known for being the center of South Korean ceramic manufacturing and this city is recognized as a UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Art.
    Korea is great and ACOPIA wants to invite you to discover the culture through its video!

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  • Korean Onggi Potter, Lids

    3:47

    5th generation Korean Onggi master potter Kim Il-Mahn, demonstrates his technique for making traditional storage jar lids. Mr Kim and his four sons are some of the few remaining potters maintaining traditional techniques in creating their work, such as; using only kick-wheels, wood firing their pots, and mixing all of their clay from scratch.

  • How A Potter Recycles Clay

    5:07

    Florian Gadsby shows us how he takes the bucket of collected trimmings of leftover clay and makes new clay for his future projects.

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  • Richard Batterham | Master Potter | Featuring Sir David Attenborough and Nigel Slater

    31:18

    The Joanna Bird Foundation felt it was imperative to make a film about Richard Batterham – the last of Bernard Leach’s practicing apprentices. Richard is a great example of how one man with due talent, diligence and discipline can achieve a remarkable and successful life time’s work making pots which truly enhance life.

    Richard Batterham is an iconic figure though he himself is a modest man who has never sought fame or favour, but found his life making pots fascinating and utterly satisfying. He has built up a very successful business on his own selling his work all over the world.

    Rejecting the notions of haste and commercialism that he feels are all too present in modern society he works with tide-like regularity preparing his own clay and glazes from the apple trees in his garden. Batterham cannot accept society’s pressure which dictates “items that you must have in your home to show everyone that you are in fashion”, fed to us in colour supplements and glossy magazines. His work is based around his philosophy and the resulting pieces are not only beautiful to behold and satisfying to use but imbued with deep integrity. Tanya Harrod has said of his work, “These pots are for us - ordinary people - not for museums.” This holds true, his notable fan club love and use his pots daily and Museums have also found his work irresistible, the V&A amongst many others have acquired his work

    The film features Sir David Attenborough and Nigel Slater, both of whom endorse the quintessential philosophy behind Richard Batterham’s pottery, through which our daily lives are enriched.

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    Producer and Interviewer: Joanna Bird


    Director and Filmmaker: Alex J. Wright

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  • Onggi, the Brown Earthenware

    48:59

    #Onggi is a #Korean #native language.
    If #celadon and white #porcelain are the vessels used by the nobility,
    Onggi was used by the common people.
    The look is rugged, but in terms of function, it is ahead of the celadon and white.
    What is the secret of Onggi, who had a hole where air could come in
    and out to ferment food but did not leak?

  • Seigagama, Matsumoto Yoichi, a Japanese potter. English sub

    38:48

    Seigagama Matsumoto Yoichi (Japanese potter)
    38.5min./2018

    Pottery: Matsumoto Yoichi
    Director: Sasaki Yusuke
    Producer, Interviewer: Ishitani Koji
    Translation: Kaneko Chie

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  • journey through clay- badass potters from around the world using traditional techniques

    1:8:09

    I tried to set it up through chronology of technique development as well as geographically. The potters in India should have been put before the East Asia! The sound is wonky, you have to turn it up on spots.

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  • Drying Clay Pots with a Propane Torch

    2:06

    Drying Clay Pots with a Propane Torch. Part of the series: How to Make a Clay Birdhouse. Pots on a pottery wheel can be dried using a propane torch. Learn how to dry potter's clay with a propane torch using the potter's wheel in this free ceramics video.

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  • Women Potters Of Cyprus. Gloria London

    27:06

    Traditional female potters working on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, who coil build cooking pots, jars, jugs, ovens, and other clay containers on slow moving turntables, use a technique reminiscent of ancient pottery. The women are the last of their generation. The similarities between traditional and ancient shapes, incised decorations, materials, and wood-burning kilns, provide an ideal ethnoarchaeological study of craft specialists. Quantitative data measure the rate of loss, numbers of pots fired together, and precise decoration, along with attributes designed to differentiate between village and individual styles in Kornos and three mountain villages. After a 7-month field study in 1986, a year long follow-up in 1999-2000 examines what has changed or remained the same. As the number of traditional potters decreases annually, soon it will be impossible to record their work. Visit the potters to experience a rapidly disappearing traditional Cypriot craft set to traditional music performed on traditional instruments. Filmed in 1986.

  • Yummy Monday: Making Kimchi with Chef Ganim

    48:27

    At this week's Yummy Monday, Chef Ganim Jacob talks about kimchi, a salted and fermented vegetable side dish, which is a staple of Korean cuisine. Ganim will talk about different ways it can be prepared, how you can make it at home, and what to serve it with.

  • Kimchi /Chosen Kimchi / whole kimchi/ traditional kimchi

    17:57

    I share this recipe to let my Chosen kimchi consumer make it in their house.
    This time the supply of vegetable is limited so I couldn't find bigger size of NAPA.

    MEASUREMENT

    4pcs Napa
    1cup rock salt
    Water 10cups + 2table spoon salt( purified)

    Spread the salt evenly and soak the cabbage for 3hours

    Note: If your Napa cabbage is darker in color like more on green I recommend to soak it with salted water overnight

    Vegetable check: 3hours after check if the Cabbage can fold easily if so, it's ready to use.

    Wash the Napa cabbage gently ,
    DON'T SQUEEZE it will ruin the original taste of the veggies.

    SAUCE

    Step 1.

    3cups garlic
    1cup ginger
    3Cups apple ( Sliced)
    1cup fish sauce
    1cup brown sugar
    Blend all together

    Step 2.

    Transfer the smoothie in a basin

    Add :
    1Cup chili flakes ( gochukaro for kimchi) you can buy chili flakes in any korean grocery mart.

    1/4 cup tiny chili powder ( Optional) it helps on additional color and extra spicy
    1 cup carrots
    1 cup white radish ( korean radish it has sweet taste)
    Green onion
    White onion
    3tbs sesame oil
    3tbs sesame seeds( Can add more)

    Please watch my video for the proper coating of sauce and Napa.


    You can keep it outside overnight for faster fermentation before putting to chiller.

    REMINDERS:

    1.Please use gloves not to hurt your skin from too much spice.
    2. Use purified water for washing
    3. Don't squish the veggies

    Following the procedure well ,you can achieve
    Delicious, Clean and full of nutrition Kimchi at home.

    Please check my other videos about kimchi related recipes.

    Thank you. :)

  • Hand Made Bonsai Pots, Teaware and Chawan. My Pottery life during the lockdown.

    3:20

    During the lockdown caused by covid-19, I started making bonsai pots again. I dug the clay of my country, refined it and worked it on the potter,s wheel. You can see in this video a year of work and all the bonsai pots I made. Thanks for watching. Please, share and subscrive.

  • Korean Culture Breathing Earthenware ‘Onggi’ and the Potters EN

    9:29

    [Korean Culture] Breathing Earthenware ‘Onggi’ and the Potters EN

  • The ceramics of Hans Coper

    11:19

    Charlie Park and Xa Sturgis, Director of the Ashmolean Museum, discuss the potter and artist Hans Coper. To mark the 100th anniversary of Hans Coper’s birth, the Ashmolean is devoting a display to an exhibition of Coper’s ceramics made across his career. The exhibition includes ceramics from the Museum’s own collection together with more than 30 loans from private collections.

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