Electrotype Plaques

A pure copper electrotype plaque is a sophisticated art object produced by using electrolysis as the following steps.
Based on a drawing, our engraver molds an original model in clay. Plaster is then used to produce a negative mold.
After graphitized on the surface, the plaster model is soaked in a copper sulfate solution tank as negative electrode, while a copper plate is used as positive electrode. The tank is electrified for 120 to 220 hours to form 1 to 1.5 mm thick copper electrodeposit on the whole graphitized surface.
The electrodeposited copper, peeled off from the plaster model, is polished and then finished with chemical dye or gold- or silver-plating.

Golden Pavilion

Golden Pavilion (Kinkaku) is a gilded three-story reliquary hall erected by shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (1358-1408) in Kyoto. The wooden structure was destroyed by arson in 1950, but an exact reproduction of the original was completed in 1955

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Material Bronze
Finishing Oxidized gold and sliver finish
Frame Size 450mm x 450mm
Frame
Finishing
Black-lacquered
Weight 3,170g

Persimmon Fruit

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Material Bronze
Finishing Bronze finish
Frame Size 345mm x 415mm
Weight 1,250g

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