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From Broken to Beautiful: The Power of 'Kintsugi'

In Japanese, the word Kintsugi means "golden rejoining," a oriental master craft dedicated to the restoration of fine ceramic pottery. The essence of Kintsugi is the practice of focu.

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multi break repaired bowl with gold effect for sale - kintsugi Kintsukuroi wabi-sabi art

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Purchase Kintsugi (Kintsukuroi) pottery, a traditional Japanese ceramic art repaired using gold effect

Kintsugi: "It is a practice in Japan where they mend cracked or broken ceramics with gold, rendering the piece even more beautiful than it started out. The idea behind it is not to hide the ugliness and brokenness but instead to use gold to make it shine; to illuminate and expose the damage. And at the end of the process the piece is even more beautiful having been broken."

Kintsugi: "It is a practice in Japan where they mend cracked or broken ceramics…

Kintsugi or kintsukuroi is the art of repairing broken pottery, lacquerware, or glass with gold. Artisans who practice this technique see "breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise."

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Kintsugi or kintsukuroi is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery, lacquerware, or glass with gold. Artisans who practice this technique see "breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise.

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Kintsugi or Kintsukuroi, a traditional wabi-sabi Japanese ceramic art repair using gold effect joints as an alternative to masking broken ceramic, instruction and where to buy

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Even a simple tea bowl can become much more impressive after kintsugi repairs have been applied.

Kintsugi: Japanese practice of mending cracked or broken ceramics with gold, rendering the piece even more intriguing than it started out. The idea is not to hide the brokenness, but instead to use gold to illuminate and expose the breakage.

Kintsugi: "It is a practice in Japan where they mend cracked or broken ceramics with gold, rendering the piece even more beautiful than it started out. The idea behind it is not to hide the ugliness and brokenness but instead to use gold to make it shine; to illuminate and expose the damage. And at the end of the process the piece is even more beautiful having been broken." Amen, I say.
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