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This lovely Kintsugi Necklace is inspired by the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together with with gold lacquer, known as Kintsugi (金継ぎ, “golden joinery”), or Kintsukuroi (金繕い, “golden repair”). This dainty silver disc features an engraved Kintsugi inspired crack that is filled with gold fill. It embraces the beauty of imperfect things- (“wabi sari”). Kintsugi is thought to honor brokenness and challenges in life — It celebrates the beauty in imperfection and the value of broken things. Like pottery our trials, imperfections and challenges may break us, but they can also make us stronger and more beautiful. Through Christ we can mend and transform what has broken us, and we can find beauty in the flaw — we can find healing, courage and strength to press forward and become the best version of ourselves despite our brokenness. Kintsugi is not about perfection. It is about embracing our broken parts and recognizing that they are the pieces that make us shine- “beautifully broken”, just as we are. It is about healing and recovery. This unique and meaningful gift is a reminder that it is your imperfection that makes you shine so beautifully. Your wounds and healing are part of your history—a part of who you are. No matter what breaks you’ve experienced, your journey is beautiful. Celebrate the wonderful person you are and will continue to become.
This Kintsugi inspired pendant is paired with a dainty adjustable sterling silver chain and packaged with a tiny greeting card with Kintsugi entitled “beautifully broken” with the Kintsugi description on the back. The inside is blank for your own special message.