Chumono, Male, from Alexandria, VA
I have 16 Hagedorn pots for sale along with a few Sara Raynor as well
The construction of Hagedorn's pots are definitely not run of the mill pots. You need to buy or borrow a few of his pots and compare them to other ceramists. Apparently you feel others make more interesting and better unglazed pots. For conversation sake, I would be interested in who you feel make better pots?
Hey @reddog - did you mean to post this on my profile? I certainly don't think Hagedorn pots are run of the mill. That why I want to pick up a few of his pieces! Was this meant for the thread over on "wanted to buy"?
can you give me you're email address and I'll send the pictures of the pot
Let me know whenever you send them so I can make sure they didn't go to my junk folder or something. Thanks!
Ihave a fairly small (6"-7" round) never used one. I'm out of town till Saturday but can send you a picture when I get back. let me know if that size works for you.
unglazed, not really sure what its worth. I'll try to see what they are going for or you can just make a fair offer
I've had it for years and don't remember what i paid
I'll do a little bit of digging price-wise to see if we can come to an agreement that we're both happy with. His unglazed pots are nice, but fairly run of the mill. They're still worth more than the average American-made unglazed pot though.
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