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Learn our 3 EASY steps to fixing your broken ceramics! Imitation Kintsugi! Love it!

VIDEO: Discover How to “Unbreak” Broken Ceramics

What You And Kintsugi Have In Common

What You And Kintsugi Have In Common

Chana Bloch: "The Joins" In the art of kintsugi, a potter repairing a broken cup would sprinkle the resin with powdered gold. Sometimes the joins are so exquisite they say the potter may have broken the cup just so he could mend it.

Broken is Beautiful in the Japanese tradition of kintsugi. Broken things are repaired with gold (or silver) joinery, so that the repaired object is even lovelier than the original. It leaves history in tact and brightens any mistake.

Broken is Beautiful: The Japanese Tradition That Makes Broken Things Even Better than Brand New

Broken is Beautiful in the Japanese tradition of kintsugi. Broken things are repaired with gold (or silver) joinery, so that the repaired object is even lovelier than the original. It leaves history in tact and brightens any mistake.

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DIY "Kintsugi" gold crockery repair tutorial

Steve Irvine - how to apply gold leaf to pottery. Click and check out the finished pot - it's wonderful, fanciful, and very lovely.

Steve Irvine - how to apply gold leaf to pottery. Click and check out the finished pot - it's wonderful, fanciful, and very lovely.

kintsukuroi ~ “to repair with gold”; the art of repairing pottery with gold or silver lacquer and understanding that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken

kintsukuroi ~ “to repair with gold”; the art of repairing pottery with gold or silver lacquer and understanding that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken

Broken Ceramics Found on the Beach, Turned Into Chopstick Rests Using Kintsugi

Broken Ceramics Found on the Beach, Turned Into Chopstick Rests Using Kintsugi

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