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Re: Teaware Repair Show-off

Posted: Sat May 09, 2020 8:29 pm
by jpo1933
Bok wrote:
Sat May 09, 2020 7:43 pm
jpo1933 I’ve seen antique Kintsugi pieces, it is not meant to be doused in hot water on a daily basis :)

You can’t do partial cap, normally the hole tip will be covered. I had it done in China. Not aware of any western shop offering this.
Thanks for the advice Bok

Guess that means the pot will have to go into a temporary retirement until I can come across someone who can do that kind of work. A bit disappointed that there isn't really any other way to fix it but I guess I shouldn't have expected a perfect fix for a break like this anyway.


All I can do for now is make sure this kind of thing doesn't become a habit I suppose :lol:

Re: Teaware Repair Show-off

Posted: Sat May 09, 2020 9:43 pm
by Bok
@jpo1933 I would try and see if one your local jewelleries is up to the task! A lot of those who offer this service in China do actually come from that trade.