A slab built porcelain plate with asymmetrical edges and lace impression lovingly broken and re-assembled!
This work marks the beginning of experimentations into the Japanese method of 'Kintsugi'; the art of repairing broken pottery by mending the areas of breakage with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold.
This plate is an experiment and does not yet follow the traditional method; the piece has been glued together and once dry liquid gold leaf is painted onto the visible glue.
Attached to the back for safe hanging is an invisible disc plate hanger. It is finished with a thin cork backing, to hide any unsightly glued areas.
The plate measures 24cm in diameter and 2-2.5cm in height.
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