Various coloring is done on Takaoka Copperware. Bronze, Niiro, Sentokuiro, Nabechoiro, Shudoshoku, Yaki Bronze, and Ohaguro. Through a combination of various techniques and chemicals, tens of colors are created.
The method in creating these colors are developed by predecessors who have conducted researches overcoming numerous trials and errors. The coloring techniques are truly reasonable, coloring methods harmonizing copper alloys, such as bronze and brass, with nature, and thus, methods that do not turn away from nature.
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momentum factory Orii time and space (colorfultimes)
A piece through which one could understand the potential abilities of copper and brass to turn colors into various profound colors. The simplistic, comprehensible design, the various colorings on different parts, and the use of the uncolored surface, make the best use of the colors created. Further, craftsmen have also put thought into the products, hoping that users could spend a colorful and high-quality time. The patch gas bronze has also been covered widely in the magazine "Discover Japan."
Size: About H300xW300xD30mm Weight: About 750g Material: Brass
Price: 20,000 JPY
momentum factory Orii
Established in around 1950, in Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture, as "Orii coloring factory" coloring Buddhist products and traditional handicrafts. Based on the coloring technology of Takaoka Copperware, which has been cultivated throughout the tradition of 400 years, they are expanding their areas of activity such as by working on the wallpaper of Roppongi Hills' (a symbolic building in Tokyo) observatory.