Wearable Art

At Kintsugi Fusion we recycle vintage and pre-loved pottery to create stunning items of jewellery. Our broken ceramic pieces are carefully sanded and repaired using modern kintsugi techniques. Each piece is  ‘one of a kind’ and totally unique.

Larger designs come with adjustable, genuine leather or suede cords, while smaller pieces are complimented with delicate, gold coloured, stainless steel chains.

All our pendants have gold  or silver plated bails and come gift-boxed.


Our kintsugi pendants come in all shapes, sizes and colours.


New to our brand, these stunning kintsugi earrings are fashioned in exactly the same way as our pendants and make a fabulous addition to any jewellery collection. When available, many match our existing kintsugi pendants.

In a wide variety of shapes and sizes, our earrings are one -of-a-kind and entirely unique. 

They have hypoallergenic stainless steel posts and come supplied with two types of earring back - butterfy and comfort.


All the ceramics we repair have their own histories and stories to tell. Many are locally sourced pieces of Staffordshire pottery, while others are ordinary, everyday items. 

Deemed of no value and discarded, we take these humble pieces of tableware and give them new life by transforming them with gold into one-of-a-kind decorative items.

To repair pottery using traditional urushi and 24 carat gold powder would be prohibitively expensive and here at Kintsugi Fusion, we believe everyone should be able to enjoy this unique art form.

We employ modern kintsugi techniques using epoxy resins and gold mica powder so that experiencing kintsugi is made affordable to all.

(Our products are purely decorative and not intended for use with food.)

Japanese Bowls

Our  best-selling Japanese bowls (once  imperfect, seconds or damaged) are patiently repaired and transformed into stunning decorative pieces guranteed to bring a Japanese aesthetic to any home.


Our new sashiko coasters are hand-sewn using recycled denim and backed with authentic Japanese fabric.

They would make a stunning addition to any coffee table.

 From its birth hundreds of years ago as a basic necessity of life through to its place in Japanese culture as a recognised art form, sashiko has a long and  rich history. 

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