Dale Cochoy began studying bonsai in 1978 and has been constructing handmade, one of a kind bonsai pots for over 15 years. In 2002 Dale renamed the pottery portion of his bonsai business “Yakimono no Kokoro” (Heart of Fired Things) because he felt it better represented the essence of his craft.
In 2001, Dale earned second place in the “modern category” in the National Bonsai Foundation’s First North American Bonsai Pot Competition. He also featured a bonsai container in the “From the Hands Of” bonsai pottery display in the 2005 World Bonsai Convention in Washington, D.C.
Note: We do not clean Vintage Bonsai Pots. You can clean it or use as it. Potter name is believed to be accurate, based on what was provided to us and/or preliminary stamp research.
You are purchasing the pot in the picture.
We also ship ALL of our bonsai pots with drainage mesh and wire to anchor the mesh in place.
Outside Dimension: 12.75" x 2.75"
Inside Dimensions: 12" x 2.25"
Quality: This pot is New.
Part Of The Tim Shoup Collection:
Tim Shoup, a collector of everything bonsai (trees, pots and art), sold off his celebrated collection to New England Bonsai Garden (NEBG).
This is the beginning of a new chapter for Tim and an opportunity for NEBG to add hundreds of new items. A couple trees were accepted to the 2023 Nationals, In Rochester NY.
The item listed above was part of Tim’s collection. We are trying to provide you with as much information as possible (e.g. age, artist, flaws, etc). If you have any questions, please contact us. I try to describe the items to the best of my knowledge.
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