Mudmen – Tea

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Mudmen are traditionally placed in a bonsai garden for good luck. Often they are highly glazed and older examples may be quite valuable. Ours are mostly unglazed and have a rough finish. The dark areas are glazed. They are crafted individually; therefore there may be some minor variation from the photo. At two inches high, […]

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Mudmen – Tea

Mudmen are traditionally placed in a bonsai garden for good luck. Often they are highly glazed and older examples may be quite valuable. Ours are mostly unglazed and have a rough finish. The dark areas are glazed. They are crafted individually; therefore there may be some minor variation from the photo. At two inches high, […]

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Mudmen – Tea

$10.00

Mudmen are traditionally placed in a bonsai garden for good luck. Often they are highly glazed and older examples may be quite valuable. Ours are mostly unglazed and have a rough finish. The dark areas are glazed. They are crafted individually; therefore there may be some minor variation from the photo. At two inches high, they are a nice size for villages and can be used to add interesting...

Mudmen are traditionally placed in a bonsai garden for good luck. Often they are highly glazed and older examples may be quite valuable. Ours are mostly unglazed and have a rough finish. The dark areas are glazed. They are crafted individually; therefore there may be some minor variation from the photo. At two inches high, they are a nice size for villages and can be used to add interesting content to your oriental display.  In this example, two elderly men are sharing a cup of tea.VOR122