Japanese Yokkaichi High Fired Dark Brown Clay Unglazed Square 6"L x 6"W x 10"H Cascade Ceramic Bonsai Pot

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Length: 6.0 Inches
Width: 6.0 Inches
Height: 10.0 Inches
Rim Width: 0.5 Inch
Special Attribute: Cascade Pot & High Fired - Dense Refined Clay

Color: Dark Brown Clay
Finish: Unglazed - Matte Finish

Shape: Square
Type: Ceramic
Made In: Yokkaichi, Mie Prefecture, Japan

This cascade pot model is made by the Japanese pottery masters from Yokkaichi. Because its design is made with a denser refined clay, it's fired at a higher temperature in the kiln to make it more durable for bonsai use.

Its simple look doesn't take too much visual attention away from the tree. Thanks to its small size, it's suitable to use for shohin bonsai trees. This taller design makes it a great choice to display semi-cascade and full cascade bonsai trees.

All of our ceramic bonsai pots are great classical choices to contain your tree in. They're made from long lasting clay that can easily be reused again and again. With its heavier weight, it gives any tree a more solid "put together" appearance when displaying.


Price: Product $75.00 + Ceramic Bonsai Pot Economic Shipping & Protective Packaging Handling $35.00 = $110.00 Total


Shipping Bonsai Pots Cost:
Due to their breakable nature and often heavyweight for their size, all of our ceramic bonsai pots have manual flat rate shipping costs associated with them. We make sure to pack them in dense foam inside our boxes for better protection. Based upon your distance from our bonsai nursery store in Lakewood, CA 90713 (which is Southern California), you may be charged extra to fully ship it to you. If you are purchasing multiple ceramic bonsai pots, we may be able to combine them into fewer boxes to save on high shipping costs. Please email us at houseofbonsai@gmail.com with your Order # to inquire about this. Please note that not all ceramic pot models are eligible for this combined shipping discount. Certain ceramic pot models require specially individualized packing where they must be in their own box.