People buy Kintsugi pieces for a variety of reasons. Some simply appreciate the artistry and skill involved in repairing the broken pottery, while others are drawn to the philosophical aspect of the practice. For some, Kintsugi represents the idea of accepting flaws and imperfections, and transforming them into something beautiful and unique. Some see it as an image of resilience and the idea that something broken can be made whole again. Others appreciate the rich cultural history and understand Kintsugi pieces as works of art in their own right.