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高冈大佛 (市指定文化财产)

历史上继奈良,镰仓之后被誉为日本3大佛之一的高冈大佛,集铜器制造技术之精粹,耗费了30年岁月才得以建成。总高15.85米,重65吨,以其规模之大成为高冈的象征。

 

The history of Takaoka copperware

The history of Takaoka copperware began when the second lord of the Kaga domain, Maeda
 Toshinaga, founded the town of Takaoka. He invited seven copper craftsmen from the western
 metalworkers' district in Tonami village to come to Takaoka and gave them special protections.
 This was the beginning of the metalworkers' district, Kanayamachi, in Takaoka.
 At first, they primarily produced daily goods like pots and pans, or farm implements like shovels and
 plows.
 Starting in the mid-Edo period, the copperware industry was flourishing, and even regular
 households were able to purchase Buddhist goods.
 In the late Edo period, the wholesale distribution system developed, and things like charcoal
 braziers and vases became even more accessible to the general public.
 Takaoka copperware spread throughout the country.

The representative casting methods of Takaoka copperware can be divided into the following four:

 

1. Lost-wax technique

2. Fired mold

3. Twin molds

4. Raw mold

The manufacturing process of Takaoka copper

1. Making the mold

2. Casting

Molten metal

Pouring the metal

3. Finishing

A file

Finishing with a chisel

4. Engraving and inlaying

Engraving

Inlaying

5. Applying color

Applying color

The finished product




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