More Beautiful for Having Been Broken

This kintsukuroiis a technique that I’ve read about, and I’ve seen a view pieces in museums.  The broken pieces veined with gold are truly gorgeous.  This is a concept that appeals too, that something or someone isn’t useless for having been broken, but is more valuable and beautiful in the broken places.

‘Til next time,


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