anyone recognize this chop

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anyone recognize this chop

Postby Mbunro » January 24th, 2017, 11:09 am

visited a bonsai studio on a trip to europe, and finally started my 'real' pot collection.
was told the origins of 2 pots but unsure about the third.
can anyone help out? more interested in country of origin than anything else...
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far left is the one im unsure about, second from left is apparently Korean but has no chop, second from right is Czech and signed 'Song', and the far right is a factory pot that my girlfriend liked.
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thanks
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Re: anyone recognize this chop

Postby Mbunro » November 15th, 2018, 5:27 pm

Although i doubt anyone was following this one i finally stumbled across the answer 8-) ,

it appears to be by Elsebeth Bruun Ludvigsen / EBL bonsai pots.
my pot seems quite primitive in comparison to some of here other pots so im guessing its quite an early work.
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Re: anyone recognize this chop

Postby Watto » November 16th, 2018, 6:21 am

Thanks for letting us know as I had no idea.
I meant to mention before though, mozzie coils, stubby holders and BBQ topped off with bonsai pots, looks like the ideal place to me!
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Re: anyone recognize this chop

Postby Mbunro » November 16th, 2018, 10:51 am

Watto wrote:Thanks for letting us know as I had no idea.
I meant to mention before though, mozzie coils, stubby holders and BBQ topped off with bonsai pots, looks like the ideal place to me!



haha yeah i really miss that old house... Beers, bbqs, bonsai, almost nonexistent rent and no responsibilities.... oh how things change fast :(
our old room mate bought the place after we bought our own house but its just not the same there anymore.
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