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人間国宝 島岡達三『象嵌皿』の飾り皿を、ヤフーショッピングで販売しております。Decorative plates from Living National Treasure Tatsuzo Shimaoka “Zogan Dish” are available for sale on Yahoo Shopping.

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慈光ヤフーショッピング 島岡達三 象嵌皿 飾り皿 30.5cm 共箱



その後日本民藝館で 河井寛次郎や濱田庄司の作品に出会い民芸の陶芸家への道を決意しました。その後東京工業大学窯業学科に入学しました。その翌年,益子に行き濱田を訪ね,卒業後の入門を願い許されましたが、太平洋戦争となりビルマへ出征したことにより入門は先延ばしになりました。生還し、1946年に念願の濱田に師事することとなりました。



This item is a “Zogan Dish” decorative plate by Tatsuzo Shimaoka, a living national treasure.

Tatsuzo Shimaoka was born in Atago, Minato-ku, Tokyo in 1919. His father was a braided cord maker.

Later, at the Japan Folk Art Museum, he encountered the works of Kawai Kanjiro and Hamada Shoji and decided to become a folk art potter. He then entered the Ceramics Department of the Tokyo Institute of Technology. The following year, he went to Mashiko to visit Hamada, and was allowed to enter the school after graduation, but the Pacific War broke out and he was sent to Burma, so his studies were postponed. He returned to Mashiko, and in 1946, he began to study under Hamada, which was his long-cherished dream.

Thereafter, he established a residence and kiln in Mashiko, where he developed his own techniques and unique style of work. He has a strong interest in the Jomon period and created the Jomon inlaying technique using Mashiko clay and glazes. The works made with this technique, which is retrofitted with braided cords, are also representative works of Tatsuzo Shimaoka and have been designated as Important Intangible Cultural Properties.

This decorative plate has a good texture and coloring, and is the perfect size for a shaku plate. It is a piece that allows you to appreciate the jomon inlays that Tatsuzo Shimaoka was known for.

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