Chris sent us (the Nosy Diva and me) as gifts (thank you Chris!!) two great samples, pressed in a mould, then glazed and fired at high temperature. They share the same characteristics than the plastics ones, but obviously aren't soft and can't be bent.
Three other specimens, absolutely stunning, have also appeared in the Japanese toy shop Galiton:
Related links :
- The Bocarina® Pro - Part I : A new star is born !
- The Bocarina® Pro - Part IIa : Reviews
- The Bocarina® Pro - Part IIb : Reviews
- The Bocarina® Pro - Part III : Prototypes
- The Bocarina® Pro - Part IV : Interview
- The Bocarina® Pro - Part V : Ceramics
Thank you for all your hard work Antoine!ReplyDelete
Yes thank you! Chris, it's all your fault poor Antoine had to work so hard ;-)ReplyDelete
But we are very glad for it! It is great to have back the blog, i really missed it!
the blog has always been here : www.noseflute.org :)Delete
Hach! We need news!Delete
I love these!ReplyDelete
If only I could test these! I have always been specific in wanting a 3D CAD-designed ceramic nose flute and here they are! I love the copper coloured, the first from the Japanese shop. Imagine more raku style... Amazing work!ReplyDelete
There should be some to buy at DanMoi in a few time...Delete
Since I am one of the lucky persons owning this new jewel I would like to say that they play very well. The sound is very good and they are absolutely beautiful. Great work Mr. Schuermans!ReplyDelete