PRE-BROKEN POTTERY // TEA CUP
After purchasing a Kintsugi and Maki-e kit, do not forgot the broken ceramic part! Kintsugi is a pottery repair method that honours the artifact’s unique history by emphasizing, and not hiding, the break. After the repair is completed, gold is often used to highlight the finished repair using Maki-e. The deep blues and whites of this tea cup illuminate the gold from the kintsugi and maki-e process. re re-broken so you do not have to put yourself at risk.
The kitsugi and maki-e art form come to Bonner’s attention 20 years ago when he was studying Japanese ceramics. This initial introduction led to a lifelong pursuit of understanding the origin of Kintsugi and how this technique both developed and is performed today.
Made and broken by Christian K Bonner
Orders over $125 (before taxes and after any discounts or promotions) ship FREE. We offer $15 flat rate shipping for all other orders.
At this time, The Gallery Store only ships to locations within Canada. All orders are shipped using Canada Post.
In-store pickup is available for all orders. We will contact you when your order is ready.
If an item is defective, we will gladly exchange the item at no charge to you. Please contact us within 14 days.
Should you be dissatisfied with an item for another reason, you may return it within 14 days for a full refund minus the original shipping charges. You are responsible for return shipping costs. Unfortunately, we cannot be held responsible for any packages that are lost in transit in return to us.
In order to receive a full or partial refund (minus shipping charges), the item must be new, unopened, and accompanied by all original packaging material. The original sales receipt must accompany any returns and items must be in unused, re-sellable condition.
Please note that deodorant, soap, beauty products, jewellery, masks, and sale items are final sale.