Who made this pot?

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A few years ago I got a stack of pots from someone who was quitting bonsai. I was recently going through my pots and found this one in the stack. I was wondering.. It looks like it might be either decent handmade, or very poor quality Chinese mold made ;). In any case.. It has a stamp, a fairly unique finishing and I was hoping someone could help me figure out who made this. As everyone is in social isolation anyway.. What else is there to do :) ?

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use the chop resource....
 

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Nice! Thank you!

Seems like I now know which kiln it came from, but still do not know whether I should be carefull and put this on a shelve, or whether I can use this as a training pot (As I have been doing in the past).

Is there any way to guess when this was made, so, whether this and older or a more modern pot?
Online I cannot find any in this colour, or with this style feet :)
 

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Probably worth +/-$50, based on ones I’ve seen of this quality. Tosuis range wildly in value.
No idea on age, but here is some good reading on the family:
 
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