the field and conducted in-depth interviews. We
got a lot of information about the masters of
the national treasure. The following are the
contents we have compiled.
Fangben was born in
His ancestor was a local civil servant of the
Qing Dynasty. The family originally had the old
stapled ceramics. When he was young, he was
interested in the stapled ceramics collections
at home. He learned the skills of the nails from
relatives. He started collecting in 30 years
ago. He put the repair tool into his collection.
In fact, Zhu Fangben not only
knows how to
appreciate the collections,
technique of ceramics stapling,
which is also known as the "BoWhia" in Taiwan.
He leaves a record for this lost technology.
was born in Changhua, Yongjing. He started to
collect in 30 years ago. He used to be boss. He
set up a welding factory. He liked to play folk
artifacts. After collecting more than 600 pieces
of porcelain, he began to focus on the ceramics
stapling. The craftsmanship of the ceramics
stapling was learned from his relative, and he
also has the old burden of the BoWhia at home.
He witnessed the old time of the BoWhia.
about 200 pieces of old stapled ceramics
dollars to buy a patch of green vases, 120,000
dollars for the Qianlong angled porcelain cup
Certificate of appreciation for the
ceramics stapling on the wall
Idea of Patching Nails：In
ancient and modern countries, any
collection is in good condition. A vase has
cracked lines and lacks corners, and its value
has fallen. However, for Zhu Fangben, a
collector of old antiques, the "stapled
porcelain" that has been nailed up after being
damaged is more unique. He said, "I just love
this kind of effort. The less use, the more
value. The more crazy, the more rare it is." Not
only because the skill is unique, but each
stapled ceramic is an unique one. This can be
used to push up the
of the Ming Dynasty in the 1960s. After that, it
has entered history. He collects more than 200
pieces of stapled porcelain. He just cherished
spirit of the ancients, and the craftsman's
exquisite craftsmanship. Even though the
value-added space is infinite, he is determined
not to sell or exchange. He let this repair
skill and lost art be left to future
generations. They can still enjoy the art.