Kintsugi, the ancient art of making shattered dishes whole
In “kintsugi,” broken dishes and pottery are not simply made whole, but their breaks and chips are adorned in gold, reflecting an ancient Japanese aesthetic celebrating the beauty in imperfection. In recent years, kintsugi has been rediscovered and reinterpreted by a new generation of Japanese artists. Correspondent Lucy Craft reports.
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