Kintsukuroi

What can we learn from a broken dish? Kintsugi gives new life to damaged or aging ceramic objects by transforming vulnerability and history. One could…
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thekelson: The Japanese art of Kintsugi, which means ‘golden joinery’ or ‘to patch with gold’, is all about turning ugly breaks into beauti... Texture, Ceramics, Ceramica, Ceramica Raku, Objects, Artesanato, Sanat, Plates, Blog
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thekelson: The Japanese art of Kintsugi, which means ‘golden joinery’ or ‘to patch with gold’, is all about turning ugly breaks into beauti...
Kintsugi is said to have originated in the 15th century when a Japanese shogun broke a favorite tea bowl and sent it back to China to be fixed. But the repair job, which was done with metal staples - being the standard for repair at that time - detracted from the beauty of the bowl. Disappointed, the shogun enlisted a Japanese craftsmen to come up with a more aesthetically pleasing solution, and kintsugi was born. Art, Ceramic Art, Pottery, Ceramic Pottery, Japanese Ceramics, Traditional Pottery, Pottery Art
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Kintsugi is said to have originated in the 15th century when a Japanese shogun broke a favorite tea bowl and sent it back to China to be fixed. But the repair job, which was done with metal staples - being the standard for repair at that time - detracted from the beauty of the bowl. Disappointed, the shogun enlisted a Japanese craftsmen to come up with a more aesthetically pleasing solution, and kintsugi was born.
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Tea Bowl with poem on the reverse: by Otagaki Rengetsu ............. Still Crimson, In the shade of the maple leaves, I take cover......Somehow a happy event.........To feel the first rain of winter. Rengetsu Upcycling, Porcelain, Chawan, Bowl
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Tea Bowl with poem on the reverse: by Otagaki Rengetsu ............. Still Crimson, In the shade of the maple leaves, I take cover......Somehow a happy event.........To feel the first rain of winter. Rengetsu
Japanese art of repairs made by filling cracks with gold. Kintsugi-4 Tea, Tea Bowls, Sake
Kintsugi, The Japanese Art of Fixing Broken Pottery With Gold
Japanese art of repairs made by filling cracks with gold. Kintsugi-4
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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 Satsuma, Japanese, Artsy
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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
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Cracks in this earthenware bowl were filled with lacquer, and then gold powder was sprinkled on the lacquer before it dried. This technique is called kin-zukuroi (repairing with gold). The artisan, Hon’ami Koetsu (1558-1637), intended the repaired part to represent water flowing from melting snow. (Akaraku ware tea bowl, named Seppo. Property of Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art) Earthenware, Japanese Bowls, Sgraffito
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Cracks in this earthenware bowl were filled with lacquer, and then gold powder was sprinkled on the lacquer before it dried. This technique is called kin-zukuroi (repairing with gold). The artisan, Hon’ami Koetsu (1558-1637), intended the repaired part to represent water flowing from melting snow. (Akaraku ware tea bowl, named Seppo. Property of Hatakeyama Memorial Museum of Fine Art)
Kintsugi, the art of repair It’s interesting that art is meant to be ideal… Modern Pottery, Ceramic Tableware, Ceramic Houses
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This Beautiful Japanese Technique of Fixing Pottery Teaches Us Gospel Truth… Decorative Bowls, Creative, Projects
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This Beautiful Japanese Technique of Fixing Pottery Teaches Us Gospel Truth…