Flying the flag ...

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I was just over at the bonsai Mirai website when I noticed this ...
https://goods.bonsaimirai.com/collectio ... %20Francis

Hope this partnership proves to be a fruitful one for you Tracey, thought it deserved a bit of recognition here too!
:hooray: :tu:
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:clap:

We are fortunate to have many excellent local potters. Or "potterers" as some may say. :) I feel fortunate to know Tracey well and it is always a pleasure to share a laugh and watch Tracey's skills and expertise continue to develop and be appreciated. Now on a global scale too. Great stuff. :yes:
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Thanks for that Ryceman3 and MJL.
I'm sorry I didn't respond earlier. I don't get onto this forum as often as I would like - I'm too busy trying to stay in the studio!
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There is also a great interview with Tracey on the Bonsai Mirai: Asymmetry podcast.
Awesome to see an Aussie potter succeeding. :aussie:
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Here’s a link to the podcast. :clap:

Where’s the horse now?

https://bonsaimirai.podbean.com/e/trace ... -ceramics/
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Ryceman3 wrote: July 28th, 2019, 5:01 pm I was just over at the bonsai Mirai website when I noticed this ...
https://goods.bonsaimirai.com/collectio ... %20Francis

Hope this partnership proves to be a fruitful one for you Tracey, thought it deserved a bit of recognition here too!
:hooray: :tu:
That's excellent for Australia and our potters, but has anybody seen the prices he's selling the pots??? :o :whistle: ;)
Nature does always better! ;)
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Post by Boics »

Yes, amazingly expensive!
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Post by melbrackstone »

Lucky we don't have to pay Mirai prices! Tracey's pots have always been very reasonably priced, but now she's getting so famous we might have to pay more. :D
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