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What to do with broken ceramics?

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While in Florencelast month, I bought a beautiful large handpainted bowl. Unfortunately, while the shop wrapped it up - I still managed to break it in my carry-on baggage.

The breaks are too big to glue and the breakage was my fault. Does anyone have any creative suggestions to do with the shards (almost all very large)? They are beautifully painted and I haven't been able to bring myself to throw it all away.

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