One of my favorite pots

Carkybones

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@Carkybones I ordered online through Yukimono store. They have a constant supply of certain Emei pots and then they have other pots that seem to be more limited. I think there's two more pots of different shapes with similar glaze.
 

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good in autumn with a Virginia
Damn! I hawk watched those auctions to get one inside my liking, I think I saw one but didn't have funds.

That is spectacular!

Most of them are a bit too chunky for my tastes. Love the blue and white if it's right.

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me likey... potter?
My friend Ron Heinen made it. He’s a retired art & ceramics teacher, award-winning artist, and we have been torturing trees together for 25 years. Over the last year he has been making pots, all slab-built. A few have shown up on FB auctions. Really nice pots.
These three are his:
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Found this on Etsy two days ago. I couldn't resist so it's on its way to me... Jon Burgess of Kilnery Bonsai, UK. The glaze details are amazing. The pics come from Etsy.
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Very nice glaze. The glaze provides many varied color combinations to pick up and use with a tree. The colors are quietly natural and in good harmony with nature. Great find by you!
 

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My favorite pot, just "resurfaced", I had not looked at it in years. I had wrapped it well and put it away. I bought it in 1989, maybe, spent $175 on it, back then that was a fortune to me. I liked the feel of it. It is unglazed but burnished to a satin smooth finish that is just a delight to touch. I never got around to looking up the signature. Does anyone recognize the maker?

I originally was going to put an azalea in it, later realized azaleas really are easier to grow in deeper pots, so this pot has never had a tree in it. Yet. Maybe someday.

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My favorite pot, just "resurfaced", I had not looked at it in years. I had wrapped it well and put it away. I bought it in 1989, maybe, spent $175 on it, back then that was a fortune to me. I liked the feel of it. It is unglazed but burnished to a satin smooth finish that is just a delight to touch. I never got around to looking up the signature. Does anyone recognize the maker?

I originally was going to put an azalea in it, later realized azaleas really are easier to grow in deeper pots, so this pot has never had a tree in it. Yet. Maybe someday.

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That looks like Bigei's signature.
 
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