kintsukuroi(n.) (v. phr.) "to repair with gold"; the art of repairing pottery with gold or silver / gold :: art (beautiful pictures)

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kintsukuroi(n.) (v. phr.) "to repair with gold"; the art of repairing pottery with gold or silver lacquer and understanding that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken,art,beautiful pictures,gold
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kintsukuroi (n.) (v. phr.) "to repair with gold"; the art of repairing pottery with gold or silver lacquer and understanding that the piece is more beautiful for having been broken
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Comments 610.01.201523:25link5.2
Why should I repair with gold? and waste my money? iron, tin, cooper, steel, lead, aluminum, zinc, silicone are not usefull anymore.
It's like when my dentist asked me: "do you wan a ceramic crown or a zirconia crown?". I was asked him: "What's the different?". He was answered:" Zirconia is like a diamond so it's much pricey, and ceramic you know like your dishes". I was ask him again: "Should I feel the different?". And he siad:" Only in your wallet". I was order a ceramic crown, and it's does the same work.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 11.01.201501:56 response link 0.0
Rip english
Ricardas Antanavicius Ricardas Antanavicius 11.01.201514:06 response link 1.2
This is an allegory.
Not exactly, I have few typos and this is how we talk in Israel - like a retards :-) So this is normal for me. But when I have to write an acdemic project - I can't wirte like this, it'll take me a quite time to write a correct comment and I'm lazy so I'll not mainstream.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 11.01.201515:23 response link 0.0
also another point to add is the fact that gold is the softest of all metals
KALovejoy KALovejoy 11.01.201521:31 response link 0.0
Soft as butter, but that's pure gold. They are make those rapairs with white gold(gold+silver/platinum alloy) or red gold(gold+cooper alloy, usually more cheap). Only "noble metals" can alloy their self to each other: ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, silver, osmium, iridium, platinum, and gold. Also mercury, rhenium and copper are act like noble metal, and some metallurgists consider them as noble metals.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 11.01.201521:40 response link 0.0
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