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 plated bails and come gift-boxed.

Ceramics

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.)

Photography

We stock a limited selection of Japanese inspired, framed prints by local photographer James Warman.

 

Additional Products

Occasionally we are able to source unusual items to which we apply a kintsugi 'feel' such as our very polular ethnic figurines (which were once part of a much loved chess set).

 We fashion quirky little fridge magnets from larger pieces of pottery and our hand sewn essential oil scented sachets are made from 100% kimono silk.

Also available is a small selection of machine- sewn Japanese images using recycled fabrics.

 

Commissions

We are always thrilled to receive commission requests and take great pride in applying kintsugi restoration techniques to personal pieces.

Please drop us an email or call for a chat. 

We'd love to hear from you!

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