Kintsugi: "It is a practice in Japan where they mend cracked or broken ceramics with gold, rendering the piece even more beautiful than it started out. The idea behind it is not to hide the ugliness and brokenness but instead to use gold to make it shine; to illuminate and expose the damage. And at the end of the process the piece is even more beautiful having been broken."

kintsukuroi *to repair with gold 金継ぎ工芸会金継ぎ教室|金継ぎギャラリー|金継ぎ、蒔絵を楽しみながら学ぶ金継ぎ教室。講師や教室会員の方々の作品紹介ギャラリー

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, MATSUDA Gonroku (1896-1986) 松田権六 松文蒔絵棗

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by MATSUDA Gonroku (1896-1986) 松田権六 松文蒔絵棗

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, Yoshikuni TAGUCHI (1923~1998)

URUSHI Yoshikuni Taguchi 田口喜国 熊笹蒔絵棗(1998 - 遺作)

A Four-Case Inro Signed Koma Yasutada saku, Edo Period (19th century). Decorated in gold and black hiramaki-e and gold and silver foil on a red ground with wisteria

A Four-Case Inro Signed Koma Yasutada saku, Edo Period (19th century). Decorated in gold and black hiramaki-e and gold and silver foil on a red ground with wisteria

欅摺漆中棗 月に萩蒔絵(内鈴虫)

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Four-case inro with sealife design Japanese, Edo Period, Early 19th century By Koma Kansai II, Japanese, 1767–1835 By Shibyama Soichi, Japanese (Front)

Four-case inro with sealife design Japanese, Edo Period, Early 19th century By Koma Kansai II, Japanese, 1767–1835 By Shibyama Soichi, Japanese (Front)

Antique Japanese Lacquer box

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