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Nice subtle treatment for embellishing 'slit" at cuffs, neck and hips.

kintsugi - the golden seam - Outi Les Pyy

Seam (gold leaf in concrete, 2007), Catherine Bertola. Image courtesy of the Artist and Workplace Gallery.

Seam (gold leaf in concrete, Catherine Bertola. Image courtesy of the Artist and Workplace Gallery.

Panel | Coptic | The Met

Panel Date: century Geography: Egypt Medium: Wool; embroidered with silk Dimensions: H: 11 in.

polymer clay kintsugi pendant

I use modern kintsugi methods to create jewelry and accessories from broken and repaired stone and polymer clay.

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Kintsugi, Ceramics, Pottery, Ceramica, Porcelain, Stoneware, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art

Droit Gauche, 2003; by Sheila Hicks; France; linen, razor clam shell; 23 x 15 cm (9 1/16 x 5 7/8 in.) __ Cooper Hewitt Collection __ White slit tapestry with a razor clam shell inserted, and a trianglular form of eccentric weft.

Droit Gauche, by Sheila Hicks; 23 x 15 cm x 5 in.) __ Cooper Hewitt Collection __ White slit tapestry with a razor clam shell inserted, and a trianglular form of eccentric weft.

New kintsugi, a way of fixing ceramics with gold. #Dutch Lotte Dekker bedacht Bison Kintsugi.  Ontwerper Lotte Dekker ontwikkelde een andere kijk op het lijmen van porselein gebaseerd op Kintsugi, een oude Japanse techniek waarbij porselein wordt gerepareerd met bladgoud. Een zeer bewerkelijke en kostbare methode. In Bison lijm ontdekte zij de perfecte Westerse variant voor prachtige maar simpele reparaties. De schoonheid van slordig repareren.      Bison Kintsugi, Lotte Dekker    Ook voor…

Kintsugi ("golden joinery") or kintsukuroi ("golden repair") is the centuries-old Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with a special lacquer dusted with powdered gold, silver, or platinum.

kintsugi

So kintsugi (as the article linked to the above image will tell you) “finds beauty in broken things”.

Vase | Foto 1 von 4

Vase | Foto 1 von 4

Kintsugi Heart shaped ring dish

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

Kintsugi Bowls - Thrice Broken 3"  Bowls with numerous gold seams  - Kintsukuroi Art

Kintsugi Bowls - Thrice Broken Bowls with numerous gold seams - Kintsukuroi Art

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