Clay teapot repair?
So… one of the little clay (probably not yixing) pots I bought on vacation has a crack that I’m just now noticing. I thought previously when the side of the pot was wet that it was me being clumsy and spilling water when filling it. Tonight I know I didn’t spill any and a little stream of water trickled out till the level got below the crack. :(
Any suggestions for mending or is that even possible?
not at all cheap, but there is this http://www.amazon.com/Kintsugi-Repair-Kit-Japanese-Lacquer/dp/B00H8YHO1E
I did some looking around and it seems that you can use JB-Weld to do repairs and it is food safe after it dries. I’m going to give that a shot. And the pot was only $30 so if it isn’t repairable it’s not a huge loss. Except that it is cool. And it can still be a cool looking piece of art. :)