My First Tofukuji JR. Pot

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My First Tofukuji JR. Pot

Post  Guest on Sat Mar 31, 2012 1:43 am

I finally got my first Tofukuji Jr. pot, and I am amazed by the quality. I will let the pictures do the talking:












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Re: My First Tofukuji JR. Pot

Post  Neil-Dellinger on Mon Apr 09, 2012 2:53 am

Nice pot. Please don't put a siberian elm in it. Appreciate it for simply being a nice and collectible pot. Wait until you have a mature and suitable tree that "needs" it.

Just a thought.

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Re: My First Tofukuji JR. Pot

Post  Guest on Mon Apr 09, 2012 3:56 am

Neil, this is a pot that I admire it for what it is, without any tree in it. Even if I had a mature tree suitable for this pot, it may only be put in it for a show (spanning a couple days).

I am not entirely sure what you meant by a Siberian Elm in particular, but maybe a Chinese Elm might work. I do however use some of my quality pots for training purposes as an attempt to build patina. Sometimes, when I cannot use a tree to train in it, I put it under my benches for them to get dirt, water, sun, fertilizer and other outdoor elements that may help build patina (the only thing I try to clean is lime scale).

Ofcourse... this Tofukuji Jr. pot is far more precious to me to put it outside for any length of time. It is and will be sitting in a safe place indoors.

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Post  Fore on Mon Apr 09, 2012 5:00 am

Very nice pot Suburbia! Love the finish.

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Re: My First Tofukuji JR. Pot

Post  Guest on Mon Apr 09, 2012 5:11 am

Thanks Chris. When you look at it closer, you will notice two different textures of finish and not just different glazes. Tofukuji Jr. was a genius.

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Measures

Post  Rolf Becker on Mon Oct 08, 2012 10:19 am

Hi would you please tell us the length, depth an height of this beautiful pot?
Thanks a lot
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Re: My First Tofukuji JR. Pot

Post  Guest on Tue Oct 09, 2012 11:52 pm

Below are the dimensions. I have another Tofukuji Jr. pot that I am trying to sell but that has a more uniform thick glaze than this one.

6"x4.3"x1.3"

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Tofukuji

Post  Rolf Becker on Wed Oct 10, 2012 7:32 am

Thanks a lot suburbia. What pot do you want to sell? May be I am interested? You could send me a private Mail.
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