Joanna Koryciarz-Kitamikado

Joanna Koryciarz-Kitamikado

Joanna Koryciarz-Kitamikado
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Learn our 3 EASY steps to fixing your broken ceramics!

Learn our 3 EASY steps to fixing your broken ceramics!

金継ぎ (kintsugi) or 金繕い (kintsukuroi) is a Japanese craft art of repairing broken ceramics and pottery. It uses urushi lacquer and gold powder.

金継ぎ (kintsugi) or 金繕い (kintsukuroi) is a Japanese craft art of repairing broken ceramics and pottery. It uses urushi lacquer and gold powder.

Kintsugi is a method for fixing broken ceramics with gold to create a more beautiful object.  http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/05/kintsugi-the-art-of-broken-pieces/

Kintsugi is a method for fixing broken ceramics with gold to create a more beautiful object. http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/05/kintsugi-the-art-of-broken-pieces/

kintsugi: to repair with gold

kintsugi: to repair with gold

Celadon glazed tea bowl, 13th century, repaired with staples!

Celadon glazed tea bowl, 13th century, repaired with staples!

Tea bowl, possibly Satsuma ware 19th century Edo period Stoneware with clear, crackled glaze, stained by ink; gold lacquer repairs. H: 10.5 W: 12.2 cm Japan

Tea bowl, possibly Satsuma ware 19th century Edo period Stoneware with clear, crackled glaze, stained by ink; gold lacquer repairs. H: 10.5 W: 12.2 cm Japan

Tea bowl, unknown Raku ware workshop, 19th century, Japan /// Kintsugi is the Japanese wabi-sabi art form that involves repairing broken pottery with lacquer, and sometimes even with gold. So if you've broken something ceramic that you truly love, despair not - it can be restored, and made even more beautiful.

Tea bowl, unknown Raku ware workshop, 19th century, Japan /// Kintsugi is the Japanese wabi-sabi art form that involves repairing broken pottery with lacquer, and sometimes even with gold. So if you've broken something ceramic that you truly love, despair not - it can be restored, and made even more beautiful.