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This natural stone salt and pepper holder is both functional and beautiful. A great piece to have out on display in the kitchen.

7 Unusual and fabulous ways to hold your salt + pepper

This natural stone salt and pepper holder is both functional and beautiful. A great piece to have out on display in the kitchen.

Craig Anczelowitz Acacia wood salad set Hand made bark-edge bowl and leaf servers

Extensive traditional kintsugi repair. Found on The Kintsugi facebook page    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kintsugi/454162941350178

Kintsugi (“golden joinery”) is the Japanese art of repairing damaged pottery with gold. It restores functionality to a broken vessel, but also adds beauty and worth. It turns brokenness into the most valuable part of the piece.

nicecollection:  “ Yee Sookyung - Translated Vase, 2011, Ceramic shards, epoxy, 24k gold leaf  25 1/5 × 24 4/5 × 24 4/5 in  ”

artandobjectsinc: “ YEESOOKYUNG Translated Vase, 2011 Ceramic shards, epoxy, gold leaf 25 × 24 × 24 in ”

Primitive 18th C. American Carved Wooden Bowl

Primitive 18th C. American Carved Wooden Bowl

Not long after we posted about kintsugi, the artful repair of damaged things, we came across these photos of a worn wide-plank Douglas Fir floor patched wi

Kintsugi Gift: Ceramic and China Repair, Golden Joinery Better Than New | Kintsugi / Kintsukuroi Sale

Kintsugi Gift: Ceramic and China Repair, Golden Joinery Better Than New

Keith Levit. Chartreuse, design in colour | Garden Design Oxfordshire | Hendy Curzon Gardens

In Zen there are seven aesthetic principles for achieving Wabi-Sabi: Fukinsei: asymmetry, irregularity; Shizen: without pretense, natural;

I Thought It Was An Ordinary Plate, Then I Noticed THIS On The Rim...

Broken Plates Get A New Meaning With ‘Kintsugi,’ The Art Of Finding Beauty In Flaws

Broken Plates Get A New Meaning With ‘Kintsugi,’ The Art Of Finding Beauty In Flaws – LittleThings

It happens to us all. Maybe you’re washing the dishes and your hands are slippery with soap. Or maybe you just lost your grip. Either way, there’s now a ceramic plate shattered on the floor. If you’re lucky, there wasn’t any food on it, but breaking a plate, or a bowl, or a mug, is...

Broken Plates Get A New Meaning With ‘Kintsugi,’ The Art Of Finding Beauty In Flaws

Kintsugi or Kintsukuroi is the Japanese way of honoring and repairing broken ceramic objects with a special lacquer mixed with silver, go.

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