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Studio Shop

Open hours

Monday

10.00 – 17.30

Tuesday

10.00 – 17.30

Wednesday

10.00 – 17.30

Thursday

10.00 – 18.00

Friday

10.00 – 17.30

Saturday

11.00 – 16.00

Let me know if you would like to make an appointment outside these hours.

My

work is about the things we use every day – vases, votifs, mugs etc. I like the idea that my pieces aren being used.

However, I work a little on the edge of the functional, from thin to hysterically thin!  Hence the description “thinware”. Everything is strictly handmade thus not two are identical. I work in a translucent porcelain clay that can be moulded with bare hands. My work is usually slab-built or wheel-thrown. I aim for an organic yet tight shape, which arises through constant experimenting and playing with the material.

Occassionally, I make special orders for restaurants and the like. I ship world-wide and find FaceTime a practical way to show you what’s available at a given moment. Please e-mail or call for further information (e-mail formular on this page or call +45 4070 1750).

On Instagram you’ll find the largest selection of images of my work. You’re very welcome to comment on a post if you want to know if something similar is in stock right now. I work in small, 100% handmade series and there is never a large number of a particular piece in stock.

On Facebook you’ll receive news and photos of work and the studio, third party articles about the studio and events taking place in the studio or cozy Jægersborggade.

Scrapbook

Ceramics Monthly kindly asked me if I would introduce my studio to their readers as an input to their Studio Visit series. Based on their questions, they brought this fully illustrated article in the April 2019 edition of their magazine:

A huge thank you to everyone who has written about my work and studio. You have sent a lot of people around.

Here are some of the articles you can find online (more will be uploaded when I have a moment):

Lost In City Guide

“A Danish ceramicist’s delicate touch makes for the perfect souvenir. Inge Vincents’ shop is quintessentially Scandi—light, airy, minimalistic. And yet, it’s nothing if not warm and inviting. Vincents’ handmade creations line the walls of this little hideaway off busy Jaegersborggade…

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Goop City Guide

“What makes Inge's pieces special is the paper-thin porcelain she uses, which gives each cup, vase, or bowl a delicate, translucent aesthetic, particularly in the light. She only works in white, which is all the better to let her unique…

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New York Times

“The ceramist Inge Vincents works exclusively in white porcelain, but there is nothing boring about the monochromatic designs on display in the showroom attached to her studio. Hand-thrown vases mimic the appearance of slouchy bags, while square tea-light candleholders are…

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Den franske rejseguide Petit Futé 2019

“De l'extérieur, on est tout d'abord happé par la lumière qui s'échappe du lieu. En y regardant de plus près, on ne voit rien d'autre que du blanc. Vases, verres, pots... Chaque pièce est unique, et pourtant on aurait tendance…

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Norske VG har været på besøg

“Skal du dra hjem fra København med en særegen suvenir, er keramiker Inge Vincents stedet å dra. Hun lager de mest delikate, tidløse vaser, kopper og annet tilbehør. Alt i hvit, tynn keramikk – enten matt eller glasert. Etter ni…

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Urban Potters

I'm honoured to be featured in this book by Katie Treggiden, published September 2017. She visits ceramists in six major cities around the world: New York, Sao Paolo, Tokyo, London, Sydney and Copenhagen.  The book is available amongst other places…

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