N. 83448159

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Vaso - Bronzo, Vaso in rame a forma di zucca - Takaoka Copperware - Giappone  (Senza Prezzo di Riserva)
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Vaso - Bronzo, Vaso in rame a forma di zucca - Takaoka Copperware - Giappone (Senza Prezzo di Riserva)

This is a gourd-shaped vase by Geni Futakami 二上元威 of Takaoka Copperware. The surface of the vase is deeply textured. Depending on the lighting, it may appear blackish, but it is primarily brown in color. The ability to create such a shape in a copper vase is a testament to Geni Futakami's skill. Geni Futakami (also known as Jotaro Futakami) is an artist of Takaoka Copperware. He studied the technique of casting molds under his predecessor, Geni, and became independent at the age of 17. He devised his unique wax molding technique by adding wax model technology to the traditional lost-wax casting method. Geni Futakami's works include incense burners, incense holders, braziers, stationery, and more. Takaoka Copperware 高岡銅器: Takaoka Copperware refers to a collective term for traditional copper products primarily manufactured in and around Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture. Takaoka City is renowned as the oldest town in Japan for metal crafts, with a particular emphasis on the production of copper goods. The region has inherited copperworking techniques dating back to the Edo period, and Takaoka Copperware is highly esteemed as a form of Japanese traditional craft, showcasing outstanding examples of artistic craftsmanship. Characteristic products of Takaoka Copperware include vases, figurines, tea utensils, lanterns, and Buddhist implements. These items feature intricate carvings and meticulous craftsmanship, blending traditional techniques with contemporary designs. Reflecting the region's expertise, Takaoka Copperware has gained recognition as a highly valued art form both within Japan and internationally. Vase size: Center Diameter 9.7 cm Depth 9.7 cm Height 24.7 cm Weight 900 kg Box size: Width 11.8 cm Depth 12.0 cm Height 26.7 cm Condition: Condition is good. There is almost no usability. It was kept at home. I have posted a lot of photos, so please take a look. Atention: The items listed for sale are all used collectibles. Please consider them to have signs of aging, such as stains, scratches, scuffs, tears, discoloration, fading, fraying, and changes in thread color. We will post as many photos as possible to make it easy to understand. As these are old items, we appreciate your understanding before making a purchase. Shipping: The lot will be carefully packaged and shipped from Japan. We will use either DHL or FedEx for a safe and secure transportation. It usually takes about 2-3 weeks for delivery, and the package will be shipped with a tracking number. Import duties, taxes, VAT, and any other charges are not included in the item price and shipping cost. Please check your country's import duties before bidding. 042022360425

N. 83448159

Venduti
Vaso - Bronzo, Vaso in rame a forma di zucca - Takaoka Copperware - Giappone  (Senza Prezzo di Riserva)

Vaso - Bronzo, Vaso in rame a forma di zucca - Takaoka Copperware - Giappone (Senza Prezzo di Riserva)

This is a gourd-shaped vase by Geni Futakami 二上元威 of Takaoka Copperware. The surface of the vase is deeply textured. Depending on the lighting, it may appear blackish, but it is primarily brown in color. The ability to create such a shape in a copper vase is a testament to Geni Futakami's skill.

Geni Futakami (also known as Jotaro Futakami) is an artist of Takaoka Copperware. He studied the technique of casting molds under his predecessor, Geni, and became independent at the age of 17. He devised his unique wax molding technique by adding wax model technology to the traditional lost-wax casting method.
Geni Futakami's works include incense burners, incense holders, braziers, stationery, and more.

Takaoka Copperware 高岡銅器:
Takaoka Copperware refers to a collective term for traditional copper products primarily manufactured in and around Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture. Takaoka City is renowned as the oldest town in Japan for metal crafts, with a particular emphasis on the production of copper goods. The region has inherited copperworking techniques dating back to the Edo period, and Takaoka Copperware is highly esteemed as a form of Japanese traditional craft, showcasing outstanding examples of artistic craftsmanship.

Characteristic products of Takaoka Copperware include vases, figurines, tea utensils, lanterns, and Buddhist implements. These items feature intricate carvings and meticulous craftsmanship, blending traditional techniques with contemporary designs. Reflecting the region's expertise, Takaoka Copperware has gained recognition as a highly valued art form both within Japan and internationally.

Vase size:
Center Diameter 9.7 cm
Depth 9.7 cm
Height 24.7 cm
Weight 900 kg

Box size:
Width 11.8 cm
Depth 12.0 cm
Height 26.7 cm

Condition:
Condition is good. There is almost no usability. It was kept at home. I have posted a lot of photos, so please take a look.

Atention:
The items listed for sale are all used collectibles. Please consider them to have signs of aging, such as stains, scratches, scuffs, tears, discoloration, fading, fraying, and changes in thread color. We will post as many photos as possible to make it easy to understand. As these are old items, we appreciate your understanding before making a purchase.

Shipping:
The lot will be carefully packaged and shipped from Japan.
We will use either DHL or FedEx for a safe and secure transportation. It usually takes about 2-3 weeks for delivery, and the package will be shipped with a tracking number.
Import duties, taxes, VAT, and any other charges are not included in the item price and shipping cost. Please check your country's import duties before bidding.

042022360425

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