The originals of Jeroen Bechtold's Yixing works started their lives as virtual teapots,
only meant to live as pictures or as a 3D-image in cyberspace.
Thanks to the help of Chinese Masterpotter Gu Wei Fen these pots became reality.
She made them.

Only a few were made. They are immaculate, rare and thus expensive...

Jeroen Bechtold Yixing Series 1996

"TWIST"

The pot has the common stamps for Yixing, as well as the

scratched signatures of both maker and artist.

 

see for much more info on DOUBLE teapot yixing.nl/jeroen-yixing-twist.html

Website dedicated to Jeroen's work for/with Yixing 1996 - 1998

 

 

 

 

see for much more info on DOUBLE teapot yixing.nl/jeroen-yixing-twist.html

Website dedicated to Jeroen's work for/with Yixing 1996 - 1998

 

 

   

see also: Purple Sands Magazine

 

This teapot is prominently displayed in
"The Artful Teapot" by Garth Clark, 2001,
USA pages 29, 31, 35, 219 and backcover
(ISBN 0-8230-0319-1)

 

 

 

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