Learn How Kintsugi is Implemented on Broken Pottery
We restore ceramic objects implementing the Japanese art of broken pottery repair, Kintsugi (Kintsukuroi) using 23.5K gold and lacquer or our proprietary developed process and materials with encapsulated Gold Effect metals. This lesson is intended to show the difference between the two Kintsugi implementations methods and to learn how it is done; this lesson shows only the highlights of the processes and is not a DIY lesson .
About half of our Kintsugi work is with 23.5K gold and the half uses our proprietary Gold Effect process made with a blend of brass, copper and zinc creating designed to reduced cost about 60% while virtually is indistinguishable from real gold.
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VIDEO: Kintsugi lesson and instructions
Kintsugi Gold Repair Process Step-By-Step Instructions
Broken pottery can happen due to an accident or can be broken on purpose.
Breaking vessels requires some practice to insure the break is just right with aesthetically pleasing shapes