Kintsugi (or Kintsukuroi) is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery/porcelain with lacquer and pure metallic golden powder. The philosophy behind this technique is to treat the repair as part of the object’s history as opposed to treating the repair as something to hide as if it never happened.
Kintsugi artisan is speaking about the history and philosophy of Kinstugi here - https://www.plumetismagazine.net/kintsugi-reparer-ceramiques-or/
With the Kintsugi Repair Kit, it is possible to effectively repair damaged pottery/porcelains. The resulting repaired pottery will be both visually appealing and durable as well.
Brass Powders 2g
Lacquer paint 20g
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