Nokori’s sleek and delicate lines inspire peace and calm—offering an authentic invitation to unwind.
This new collection offers freestanding cubic baths that are pure and understated.
story there. Who repaired it? Why was it worth
“I think we feel that ‘recycled’ is a new
term,” says Susan Baerwald, co-owner of Just
Folk, a Summerland, California, gallery of
antiques and the work of self-taught American
folk artists. “In truth, recycled is what people
did when there was no access to factory-made
things. The process of repair, repurpose, reuse
of materials is not a modern concept. It was
very economical and craftsmanlike. The utility
of the object was preserved and the embellish-
ment of the repair proved a formidable argu-
ment for form and function.”
an english pottery mug (above left)
with silver luster trim is from the 1820s.
It has been repaired with 46 metal
staples. The underside of a circa 1905
Royal Crown Derby porcelain fitted dish
(above right) was broken into nine
pieces and repaired with 34 staples.