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El Cadejos | Art Aug 22
, (, "golden joinery"), is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold
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be 🌱 Apr 5
Getting there at scale requires another Japanese concept: ( ) Golden joinery to reintegrate from broken pieces into a new and beautiful whole. 👈🏾 👆🏾
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Takako Hattori Jun 7
My broken teapot is back after being repaired with gold. # chineseteapot#brokenteapot #isback#thankful
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Meredith/Rhunya 〜(꒪꒳꒪)〜 Jul 26
Fixed bowl! This is the first bowl I've ever turned. :D My tool snagged the edge as I was trying to smooth an area on the side and shredded it ;-; Now it's patched up with epoxy and metal shavings! Kind of like faux ! :D
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Art Japan Dec 8
【Kintsugi with Sensei Tsukamoto】 "Kintsugi is the ancient Japanese craft of fusing broken pottery with gold." [Japanese Art Culture No. 76 (Ⅱ)] 《Video (2:09)》
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Camellia Tea Ceremony Oct 5
Replying to @camelliakyoto
Nao-san puts finishing touches to her husband's Batman figurine. Let's not ask how he lost his ears...it's a sore point.
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Prof. Síle Nic Chormaic (PhD) - #TeamHB6 Feb 8
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Koba@スペイン語勉強中🇯🇵🇹🇷🇪🇸 Mar 11
I love what you shared and thank you so much for that!   And yes you are absolutely right. No one is perfect and by embracing who you are including your flaw, instead of disgusting or hiding them, you’ll be more beautiful and even stronger!
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Greta Megroff Oct 5
A beautiful gift from a friend, a kintsugi-inspired glass. Kintsugi shows the cracks and repairs as part of the life of an object, continuing its journey where it could be discarded. It symbolises celebration of imperfections and acceptance of change. 💜
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Wilson_Rihia Jan 7
Ha! I totally thought of kintsugi with KRen's headgear in , only because my dabbles in the art. Laughed off my idea only to discover intended it. Yer. I still find ❤️ for .
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Kingston Lam Apr 30
I went to my neighbor to buy a plaque of glass for kintsugi work, and he gave me a big slab for $10 and polished all the edges for free. This just made my day. 😁
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Andrea Serrano Bran Apr 3
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YIFAN Sep 8
i’m so damaged but i’m a goddamn and y’all better appreciate that
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Momo Tea Sep 27
Reunited with this beauty after by @kintsugica 💕 ✨ 
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mei (モレック) hikaru Oct 4
Replying to @meigui_hikaru
As a philosophy, it treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise. It's a beautiful way of mending the broken pieces.
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empty space Feb 20
This was dropped / knocked over onto a stone floor... the day before it was accepted into an open exhibition! It’s taken some piecing together and quite alot of gold! @ Empty Space
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Momo Tea Sep 29
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Ying Minako Hiemann 🗺 May 4
Inspired by , a centuries-old Japanese art of fixing cracked pottery. via
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Micha Robertson Apr 10
Finished the repair on this one. First time to try on a broken cat. Medium brown enamel paint with chrome gold
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Momo Tea Sep 28
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