Mid Sized Stone Age Stoneware Pot, Nov#8

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The other pots sold so fast that I decided to offer the remainder of what I have, including some I had set back to plant myself. This will be the last I have for sale for awhile because I have a minor surgery next week and I seem to have damaged an already bad rotator in a fall yesterday. Not looking for sympathy and don't need it. I consider myself very lucky whenever I can walk away from things.
These pots are all fired cone 6 stoneware with a very low absorption rate making them suitable for repeated freeze / thaw and any other climatic condition you can throw at the.

This is honestly, one of my very favorite of the pots I have made to date. I was planning to keep it because it inspires me. I am asking $70 shipped anywhere in the USA.
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That is beautiful.
If my maple literati had survived my long trip away from home, I would have liked to pot it in there.
but, in addition to not having the proper tree, I’m too slow. 😉
Enjoy it flowerhouse!
 

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That is beautiful.
If my maple literati had survived my long trip away from home, I would have liked to pot it in there.
but, in addition to not having the proper tree, I’m too slow. 😉
Enjoy it flowerhouse!
Thank you so much. It was actually one of my top all time favorites. In my humble opinion, it had it all .... for me.
 

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