The Kintsugi line, designed by Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba for Seletti, draws inspiration from the Kintsugi technique that originated in Japan and involves the use of precious metals such as 24-karat gold, to repair porcelain vessels. The Kintsugi technique of porcelain repair, comes from the philosophy of wanting to transform and restore life to a broken or cracked object and therefore no longer usable, making it even more valuable than before repair. A transformation that in addition to the value of the object itself, gives it a new appearance and allows it to be used again. Seletti with the Kintsugi porcelain line dedicates an entire collection to decorate the table, Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba proposes 6 plates, 3 bowls, 3 mugs and 3 teacups with saucer, all elements enriched with 24 carat gold.
Material: Porcelain, Gold
Size: ø cm. 22 h.4 ≈ | ø 8.7” h 1.6” ≈