Japana Kintsugi Finest Porcelain Dinnerware – Set Of 2


Kintsugi collection was created to bring beautiful minimalist feel to your home. We collaborated with a porcelain manufacturer founded in 1860 to bring you a product which is the result of years of wisdom, patience and experience. Hand applied 24-carat gold Kintsugi pattern adds a delicate contrast to this all-white collection of plates. Finely crafted from FBC porcelain, the dinner plates feature a wide border of elevated broken lines, designed as a contemporary interpretation of the ancient Japan. This set includes pattern version one (一) and two (二). The set forms a pattern imitating broken porcelain.
Note: Due to used golden material, these plates are unsuitable for microwave.


Handmade. Allow 1-2 weeks for delivery.

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By repairing broken ceramics it’s possible to give a new lease of life to pottery that becomes even more refined thanks to its “scars”. The Japanese art of kintsugi teaches that broken objects are not something to hide but to display with pride.

When a bowl, teapot or precious vase falls and breaks into a thousand pieces, we throw them away angrily and regretfully. Yet there is an alternative, a Japanese practice that highlights and enhances the breaks thus adding value to the broken object. It’s called kintsugi (金継ぎ), or kintsukuroi (金繕い), literally golden (“kin”) and repair (“tsugi”).

This traditional Japanese art uses a precious metal – liquid gold, liquid silver or lacquer dusted with powdered gold – to bring together the pieces of a broken pottery item and at the same time enhance the breaks. The technique consists in joining fragments and giving them a new, more refined aspect. Every repaired piece is unique, because of the randomness with which ceramics shatters and the irregular patterns formed that are enhanced with the use of metals.

The kintsugi technique suggests many things. We shouldn’t throw away broken objects. When an object breaks, it doesn’t mean that it is no more useful. Its breakages can become valuable. We should try to repair things because sometimes in doing so we obtain more valuable objects. This is the essence of resilience. Each of us should look for a way to cope with traumatic events in a positive way, learn from negative experiences, take the best from them and convince ourselves that exactly these experiences make each person unique, precious.

Additional information

Weight0.4 kg
Dimensions28 x 28 x 2 cm




Diameter Ø



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