Soma-Yaki pot. From Bonsai Today issue 61. An example of traditional Tojoku pottery. Only a few still exist (the Tojoku kiln started in 1647). Celadon green porcelain, with the characteristic Soma-yaki crackled pattern. Height 15″ (38cm). Width at the top 17.3″ (44cm).
Sakaida Kakiemon pot. White porcelain decorated with bellflowers. Length 12.8″ (32.5cm).