A new and unique way to learn about and source quality pots from your favourite potters - all in one place!
20 of Europe's most highly regarded potters have come together to create this one platform, where buyers can;
- view outstanding past works,
- learn about different potters styles,
- purchase top quality pots - which can often be very hard to come by
N.B: Wherever possible, pots are sold for the same price the potter would sell them for.
Pots are specifically made for the Collective, and profit margins are kept to a minimum to ensure prices are not increased.
In 2017, we are trading at:
Bonsai for all, Birmingham, U.K. - 21st May
BonsaiEuropa, Bury, U.K. - 7th & 8th October
European Bonsai San Show, Saulieu, Fr. - 14 & 15th October
Heathrow Bonsai Show, U.K. - Sun 22nd October
We look forward to meeting you!
Bonsai Pots from top European Potters;
Atelier Bonsai Element; China Mist Ceramics; Erin Bonsai; Ian Baillie Pots; Sami Amdouni;
Gramming Pots; Holvila Bonsai Pots; MB Bonsaischalen; Stone Monkey Ceramics; Walsall Studio Ceramics;
Sansai Bonsai Pots; Bonsai & Akzentschalen; Englert Keramic; Lotus Bonsai Studio;
Carina Jern; Miroslav Znamenáček; E.B.L. POTS;
In Europe, as bonsai and its pottery is still in relative infancy, ceramists are still defining their own identites and creating a 'European' style of bonsai pottery. A dilema however is that making pots is currently not very cost effective in Europe. Considering the length of time it takes to make quality hand-made pots, combined with the number of pots that are needed to go wrong before excellence can be created; potters are rarely afforded the time required to innovate, or contemplate styles and new designs.
We want to whole heartedly thank all of these talented and hard working potters, and we hope that by participating in this venture, it will benefit customers, potters, and European bonsai pottery in general.
They are extremely skilled artists, and often do it mostly for the mere love of creating beautiful and useable (master?) pieces of art from clay!