More beautiful for being broken. ™
As seen in Beyonce's Lemonade video and featured in
Give the gift of healing
to yourself or a loved one
The ancient Japanese way
of ceramic repair
The Japanese art of Kintsugi, also known as Kintsukuroi, repairs broken pottery with seams of gold. This repairs the brokenness in a way that makes the object even more beautiful for being broken.
Each Kintsugi Gift is handmade. We find pottery sometimes given away and given up on, break it, mend it and offer it back as a beautiful pieces of art. Just like the human race, no two are alike.View Kintsugi for Sale
"There is a crack, a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." - Leonard Cohen, Anthem
Uplifting and hopeful, Kintsugi is an inspiring metaphor for dealing with the times we feel broken in life. It's a reminder to find the gold to mend ourselves.
We love to receive inspiring stories of mending from our customers. They are constant reminders of the strength of the human spirit.Read Our Testimonials
We have been chosen as the premiere resource for Kintsugi repair and demonstration including:
Our stunning red bowl featured in Us Weekly magazine
Demonstrating Kintsugi for InterVarsity Press video "Mending the Divides"
Providing cover art for the book "Mindfulness Skills for Trauma and PTSD"
Telling our story to global publication One World News - "Art of Broken Pieces"
Starring in a youth group lesson video for AWANA - "Life involves painful experiences that instructs us."Read more Kintsugi Press
Beyonce featured a Kintsugi bowl in her Lemonade video album which Cosmopolitan magazine says might be the most important detail to the video.
Death Cab for Cutie named their 2015 album and tour Kintsugi.