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Kintsugi or Kintsukuroi is a Japanese technique of repairing broken pottery with lacquer or resin mixed with powdered gold. They believe that when something’s suffered damage and has a history it becomes more beautiful.

Tea bowl, possibly Satsuma ware, century. Stoneware with clear, crackled glaze, stained by ink;

Kintsugi (金継ぎ), meaning “golden joinery,” is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery using gold. It restores functionality to a broken vessel, and not only adds beauty and worth, it turns destruction and damage into the most valuable part of the piece. The scars of the past are not erased or hidden away, to be ashamed of - they are transformed, immortalized in gold.❤️☀️

ed-urnotalone: “Kintsugi, The Japanese Art of Fixing Broken Pottery With Gold. Most people would like damages to their broken items to be concealed and hidden by repair making the object look like.

"Kintsukuroi or kintsugi is the art of healing broken pottery with lacquer and silver or gold. The philosophy behind this reparation is that something should not be discarded just because it is broken. It is in fact more beautiful for having been broken."  ~~ previous pinner

Kintsukuroi is a Japanese technique of repairing broken ceramics with metal…

Kintsugi Repair Ceramic bowl - Not one of my ten since I can't do the gold. But it's Pretty

Kintsugi Repair Ceramic bowl - Not one of my ten since I can't do the gold.

The Gold Lining

The Gold Lining

Kintsugi—the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold. The idea behind it is that the piece becomes more beautiful and valuable than when it was as new with the gold lovingly put into it.

金継ぎのくらわんか茶碗  Kintsukuroi or kintsugi is the art of healing broken pottery with lacquer and silver or gold. The philosophy behind this reparation is that something should not be discarded just because it is broken. It is in fact more beautiful for having been broken.

Kintsukuroi or kintsugi is the art of healing broken pottery with lacquer and silver or gold. The philosophy behind this reparation is that something should not be discarded just because it is broken. It is in fact more beautiful for having been broken.

Myriam Greff - Bol, kintsugi, Kashibachi (bol à gâteaux), porcelaine, laque et…

Myriam Greff - Bol, kintsugi, Kashibachi (bol à gâteaux), porcelaine, laque et or.

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Kintsugi - the art of repairing porcelain with gold to make some more beautiful than existed before.

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