I wish I made it…

Plum Blossom Saucers, 19th C; Kyoto

Plum Blossom Saucers, 19th C; Kyoto

I have a thing for flowers, a thing for Japanese pots and a thing for sets of dishes.  In short:

I wish I made ’em…

(more new pots posted tonite)


2 Responses to “I wish I made it…”

  1. 1 Ron December 4, 2008 at 7:36 am

    whoa, those are niiiiice. Those chaps knew what they were doing.

    You find some great pots Steven. Where do you get most of these images? Online? private digital pottery collection? ??

  2. 2 barb jensen December 6, 2008 at 11:30 pm

    I love these
    I’ve never see them before and I look at loads of Asian pottery.
    Thanks for posting these.

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