Traditional kintsugi, new pieces.

Here are some new pieces.
The 2 bowls are from about 1700-1740, Japanese Imari. The metal is silver.
The large, ceremonial sake cups are from Meiji and from a kiln in the Hikone area of Japan.

Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair

Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair

Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair

Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Edo period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair
Traditional kintsugi, Meiji period silver repair

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