Yes, I see a lot of Sam's pots. I never get any because they're almost always sold (bin) before I see them.Is Sam Miller still on fire on FB?
There's a "cheap" that's worth the $!
For every 3 cheap pots you buy, you'll end up wanting that one good one you could've had.
If you want cheap, make them yourself with concrete, wood, or plastic. Hell, make them free.
Cheap pots will look ugly and serve to remind you of your poor purchases.
Free homemade pots will look just as ugly but remind you of your intelligence.
While I wholeheartedly agree, in regards to the op's original question, you've jumped the fence into another realm. That's the American artist ware and a departure from 'cheap' by all accounts. Or European for that matter. Most of what is offered is, may I say, dinky. Tiny little things. Gorgeous! Excellent works! And four and a half by three inches! And selling like hotcakes fresh off the gridle! I'm like, what are all you people doing with all these dinky pots? I'm potting up tens and twelves and a lot of fifteen to twenty inch pots. You wanna talk cheap, forget about it! There's nothing cheap in artisan wares. The bigger the more! I highly support the artisan community both here and abroad and totally cherish the works of art I have acquired so far, none of which were cheap! LoLWillow Bonsai produces some of the finest quality production and premium production bonsai pots in the world. The quality and attention to detail really show through on each pot they make. These pots are all fully vitrified and high fired at 2300 degrees F (cone 8). Unlike most production...www.superflybonsai.com
I was actually looking for a small cascade pot. Now I don't need to ask.Willow Bonsai produces some of the finest quality production and premium production bonsai pots in the world. The quality and attention to detail really show through on each pot they make. These pots are all fully vitrified and high fired at 2300 degrees F (cone 8). Unlike most production...www.superflybonsai.com
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