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  • 40,00

    Seletti Kintsugi coffee cup n.3

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    Bring high quality design to the breakfast table with this Kintsugi coffee cup from Seletti. Designed by Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba, it takes inspiration from Kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing ceramics with gold as a sign of respect to the object’s history. Featuring porcelain fragments in different patterns, the veins holding the pieces together are made from precious 24ct gold for a luxurious finish. Pair this coffee cup and saucer with more pieces from the Kintsugi range to create an effortlessly stylish breakfast setting.
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    Tazzina da caffè Kintsugi Seletti n.2

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    Bring high quality design to the breakfast table with this Kintsugi coffee cup from Seletti. Designed by Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba, it takes inspiration from Kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing ceramics with gold as a sign of respect to the object’s history. Featuring porcelain fragments in different patterns, the veins holding the pieces together are made from precious 24ct gold for a luxurious finish. Pair this coffee cup and saucer with more pieces from the Kintsugi range to create an effortlessly stylish breakfast setting.
    40,00
    40,00
  • 40,00

    Seletti Kintsugi coffee cup n.1

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    Bring high quality design to the breakfast table with this Kintsugi coffee cup from Seletti. Designed by Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba, it takes inspiration from Kintsugi, the Japanese art of repairing ceramics with gold as a sign of respect to the object’s history. Featuring porcelain fragments in different patterns, the veins holding the pieces together are made from precious 24ct gold for a luxurious finish. Pair this coffee cup and saucer with more pieces from the Kintsugi range to create an effortlessly stylish breakfast setting.
    40,00
    40,00
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    37,00

    Seletti Kintsugi Mug

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    37,00
    37,00
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    37,00

    Seletti Kintsugi Mug

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    37,00
    37,00
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    37,00

    Seletti Kintsugi Mug

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    37,00
    37,00
  • ciotola kintsugi seletti
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    32,00

    Seletti Kintsugi Bowl

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    32,00
    32,00
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    32,00

    Seletti Kintsugi Bowl

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    32,00
    32,00
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    32,00

    Seletti Kintsugi Bowl

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    32,00
    32,00
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    179,00

    Seletti Kintsugi Tray

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    179,00
    179,00
  • kintsugi-seletti piatto piano
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    54,00

    Seletti Kintsugi dinner plate

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    54,00
    54,00
  • kintsugi-seletti piatto piano
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    54,00

    Seletti Kintsugi dinner plate

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    54,00
    54,00
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    54,00

    Seletti Kintsugi dinner plate

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    54,00
    54,00
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    33,00

    Seletti Kintsugi fruit plate

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    33,00
    33,00
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    33,00

    Seletti Kintsugi fruit plate

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    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    33,00
    33,00
  • kintsugi-seletti piatto
    kintsugi-seletti
    33,00

    Seletti Kintsugi fruit plate

    , , ,
    The new tableware pieces made from different colors and shapes resulting in a particular uniqueness. In our fast-paced and consumer-oriented culture, once things are broken we discard them and get new ones. Contrary to this, and dating many centuries back, kintsugi — translated to golden joinery — is a traditional japanese art technique that uses lacquer mixed with gold powder to repair golden ceramics to enable the beauty of imperfection while honoring the history of an object.
    33,00
    33,00