This is a new pot from Japan that I have recently added to my collection. It’s a nice unglazed rectangle with cloud feet from the Zenigo kiln. It measures, 19cm by 15cm by 8cm
I hope to transplant this kifu Japanese Yew into it, next year
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Sussex Bonsai Group's successful BonsaiWorld2015 Show at the K2 Crawley, West Sussex
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Makisada Ceramics is a small, dynamic business, based in Meldert (Aalst), Belgium, by Jurgen en Veerle Robyns - De Keersmaecker. We guarantee 100% handmade ceramic works in which the soul of the artist is captured as an essential part of the creation process. ©2014 Makisada Ceramics
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Where to start. Where to go.
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