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listening to leaves: Kintsugi - the art of repairing teaware

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black-kintsugi-small-bowl-Examples of Kintsugi Art finished work restored in our studio repairing broken pottery with gold effect joints.

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

Les maîtres céramistes coréens qui fabriquent de manière traditionnelle des reproductions de haute qualité des vases et ustensiles anciens en détruisent plus de 70% car ils ne sont pas d’une qualité acceptable pour eux. Née à Séoul, l’artiste Yeesookyung récupère ces rebuts et en assemble méticuleusement les pièces à la manière d’un puzzle en trois …

Les réparations zélées de Yeesookyung

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Kintsugi (金継ぎ) (Japanese: gold joinery)— the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery to enhance the beauty of the piece.

Kintsugi o el Kintsukuroi, es la técnica japonesa basada en el arte de arreglar las fisuras o fracturas de la cerámica con oro. De hecho, la traducción más fiel sería “reparación de oro”. Estas reparaciones no intentan hacer una restauración inapreciable de la pieza fracturada, más bien todo lo contrario, pretenden ensalzar la belleza de esas “cicatrices”. Para …

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An alternative to masking the repair could be a restoration in which the damage is incorporated into the aesthetic of the restored item and becomes artistically "better than new." This sometimes adds value as in the Japanese kintsugi repair method.

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.

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.

Tamsyn Trevorrow, Resin and ceramic plate - Looks like you can fix a broken plate with a contrasting color of resin

Tamsyn Trevorrow, Resin and ceramic plate - fix a broken plate with a contrasting color of resin

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The bowl is even more beautiful now. Just like with people, the broken places…

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The Flying Tortoise: Kintsugi. The Japanese Method Of Creating Art From Broken Ceramic Objects.

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