Kintsugi is the practice of repairing fractures in porcelain with varnish or resin powdered with gold. It follows that the breakages and repairs form part of the history of an object and should be shown and not hidden. Bay manifesting its transformation, the scars beautify the object.
Kintsugi beautifies the breakage and treats it as an important part of the object’s history, and the broken object not as something to discard, but as something more precious than it was before.
Now you have an artwork and piece of history.