Xtra Fine Quality Hand Made 8''x6''x2.5'' Unglazed Lotus Bonsai Pot, 8ltas5 From Hollow Creek Bonsai


Xtra Fine Quality Hand Made 8''x6''x2.5'' Unglazed Lotus Bonsai Pot, 8ltas5 From Hollow Creek Bonsai by HOLLOWCREEKBONSAI.COM at Osceola Organic Farm. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. 8''X6''X2.5'' UNGLAZED LOTUS BONSAI POT, 8LTAS5. Hand made in the Yixing Province of China. Known for centuries their excellence in ceramics and fine clay pots.Yixing (pronounced yeeshing) bonsai pots come from the Yixing region of China, located about 120 miles northwest of Shanghai in the Jiangsu province. Yixing Bonsai Pots have been renowned since the Sung Dynasty (960-1279) when the unique Yisha clay was first discovered in this area. The art of yixing-ware Bonsai pots matured and flourishe


Xtra Fine Quality Hand Made 8''x6''x2.5'' Unglazed Lotus Bonsai Pot, 8ltas5 From Hollow Creek Bonsai by HOLLOWCREEKBONSAI.COM
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8"X6"X2.5" UNGLAZED LOTUS BONSAI POT, 8LTAS5. Hand made in the Yixing Province of China. Known for centuries their excellence in ceramics and fine clay pots.Yixing (pronounced yeeshing) bonsai pots come from the Yixing region of China, located about 120 miles northwest of Shanghai in the Jiangsu province. Yixing Bonsai Pots have been renowned since the Sung Dynasty (960-1279) when the unique Yisha clay was first discovered in this area. The art of yixing-ware Bonsai pots matured and flourished in the Late Ming and Qing Dynasties (1573-1911) when master potters gave each Bonsai pot its distinctive finish.This tradition is still carried on today.These wonderfull Bonsai pots are for anyone who appreciates fine artistry and craftsmanship. 8LTAS8 From Hollow Creek Bonsai,

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  • 8"X6"X2.5" UNGLAZED LOTUS BONSAI POT, 8LTAS5. Hand made in the Yixing Province of China. Known for centuries their excellence in ceramics and fine clay pots.Yixing (pronounced yeeshing) bonsai pots come from the Yixing region of China, located about 120 miles northwest of Shanghai in the Jiangsu province. Yixing Bonsai Pots have been renowned since the Sung Dynasty (960-1279) when the unique Yisha clay was first discovered in this area. The art of yixing-ware Bonsai pots matured and flourished in the Late Ming and Qing Dynasties (1573-1911) when master potters gave each Bonsai pot its distinctive finish.This tradition is still carried on today.These wonderfull Bonsai pots are for anyone who appreciates fine artistry and craftsmanship. 8LTAS8
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