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Gishin Ono adzuki bean glaze-maru bowl

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Diameter 15.8cm high 9.8cm

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One piece of tree bowls of Gishin Ono produced only as for 1:00 period, a little number of Meiji. As for this work, it is thought that I was kept by the cause of the person of former storehouse for a long time without the almost existence being known in limited work group until today. The model arranged a classic orchid bowl, and the glaze shows cinnabar peculiar to Ono kiln, the bitterly calm wonderful color development of so-called adzuki bean glaze. This adzuki bean glaze is said that a color is dark, and a sense of beauty of Gishin Ono was reflected and is the symbolic glaze of the Ono kiln. It may be said that it is the finish that feelings of Gishin Ono were condensed with a glaze needing minute adjustment in the combination of the glaze and production including the temperature. In the other side of the box, in "spring of 1939, demanded this by mediation of Magechi, Fujisaki of Yokohama. There is the designation of the gem. There is it saying it is made in the Uchiyama bamboo old man treasuring Ono ware inland, and it is written down what there is recommendation of Mr. Suiko garden, also known as ten thousand of Yokohama, Magechi, Fujisaki, and was obtained. The eminent scholar who showed a distinguished sense for forming, training in the bonsais which Mr. this Magechi, Fujisaki took it early in the Showa era from the Meiji era, and played an active part, and was appointed in Yokohama-shi culture Prize (intangible cultural asset) in 1957. Gishin Ono died and would pass through time more than 30 years if I obtained this Ono bowl according to note of authentication on a box containing an object of art in 1939, and the times more than it were over, and they have been inherited more from there in 60. Meanwhile, I appeared in most world, but a person of each generation or alone storehouse would keep the one which there was not carefully. In addition to an evaluation of the work itself, a note of authentication on a box containing an object of art of Fujisaki makes value it more, and it may be said that the attachment of the person from old storehouse is an episode to be able to call. It may be said that it is the perfect gem of the illusion that an eminent scholar made a value charge account to a perfect gem. It is the state of preservation that is splendid without a conspicuous wound.

※It is the product of the item on display limit.

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The Sue name: Gishin Ono (おのぎしん) from 1839 to 1905 (1839-1905)
A bureaucrat, a businessman of the Meiji period. I am born as the eldest son of the family with samurai antecedents of Shikoku Sukumo, and ministry of official in charge of building enters a service at 31 years old in 1870. It becomes 大蔵少丞 in the next year and becomes 下僚 of Shigenobu Okuma. I leave the bureaucratic world in 1874, and Mitsubishi enters the company. I became a confidant of Yataro Iwasaki and wielded 辣腕 and was the businessman who built the foundation of the Mitsubishi financial combine. As the hobby was introduced to many divergences besides business, I enjoyed a bonsai and a sword, go, a haiku and was an understanding person in those all fields. Above all, the passion for the ceramic art was beyond the level of the hobby and established the kiln in this residence and I invited ceramist, Shokichi Kato of Owari and performed full-scale making earthenware. This Masayoshi Kato seemed to be an able engineer and leaves a large number of perfect gems for a vase, a tea set with a style told to be thin made. Gishin Ono is a producer-like role, and the thing that a sense of beauty and preference of Ono were reproduced faithfully by Masayoshi Kato and others is the work of the Ono kiln. As for the bonsai bowl of the Ono kiln, the complete set with the potter's wheel accounts for most of on womb Saturday of porcelain or the semiporcelain. A model, a glaze is characteristic, and an adzuki bean glaze and a green glaze are famous. The proof that it is the thing which I arranged a character of "the plus" for in memento mori that is famous for the signature and seal of the Ono kiln, but this depends on a hand of Shokichi Kato. Most of the works of the Ono kiln do not have a signature and seal, and this is thought to be from the consideration that respected courtesy at the time as I handed over most of works to a close friend.

※Because the sale at the true store reaches in our store, reflection of the stock may be sold out not real time. In that case, I am sorry, but understand that you cancel it. In addition, approve the slight wounds because of the antique.

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