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Studio Shop

thinware porcelain ceramics

Jægersborggade 43
2200 Copenhagen N

(+45) 40 70 17 50
(also text and WhatsApp)
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Monday-Friday: 11.00 – 17.30
Saturday: 11.00 – 16.00

Open six days a week all year round. Closed by law on public holidays. Open hours may vary, so please check if you’re planning a visit.

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NEWS: In a hurry? I am now able to send online gift vouchers for use in the studio shop. Please use the form at the bottom of the page or call. Delivery same day when ordered within the above open hours, otherwise next day.


I run a physical studio shop, but I am happy to arrange delivery of my work worldwide. Please go to my Instagram (most photos) or Facebook and comment on the posts of any pieces you’re interested in and I’ll revert with availability and prices, or send me an e-mail through the form at the bottom of this page. I can also show you around the studio via FaceTime. If at all possible, please visit the studio during open hours. Everything I make is sold from the studio shop, although occassionnally you’ll find my work in a gallery abroad.


I work somewhat at the edge of the functional, from thin to hysterically thin, straddling the fence between crafts and fine art. Everything I make, however, is intended for gentle use. My pieces are all very much everyday objects through which I aim to inject a little poetic lightness into the quotidian. The minimalistic and light idiom has a strong Scandinavian reference with an organic twist. I slab-build/handbuild each piece individually in a strong, ivory-coloured, translucent porcelain clay with a particular focus on the sculptural and textural properties of clay. Stock changes on a daily basis.

You’ll find me in the studio most weekdays all year round.

Member of Danish Crafts and Design Association and on the Acceptance Committee of same.


Running my studio, developing and producing my work is a fulltime job. I only take on a commission if it’s a good fit for what I do and how I work. One of the most recent commission I took on was creating eight different serving objects for Restaurant Alchemist. I enjoy collaborating with owner and chef Rasmus Munk, because he is both visionary and open-minded. The tissue dish (shown before firing) is one of the designs from this collab:

Link to Instagram post

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 find news and photos of work, third party articles about the studio and events taking place in the studio or cozy Jægersborggade.


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

Below are some of the mentions – with link where available:

Dynamiske former og fjerlet keramik i Inge Vincents’ værksted på Jægersborggade

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How to Plan the Perfect Visit to Copenhagen — Including the Best Things to Do, Where to Stay, and What to Eat

“Jægersborggade Street: This buzzy street is home to some of the best shops in Copenhagen, with vintage clothing, organic produce, and 40 art galleries. Make sure to check out the ceramics spots, including Keramiker Inge Vincents, with hand-shaped, highly translucent…

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Scandinavian design story – Designer talk

(Korean) "[스칸디나비아 디자인 이야기] 북유럽의 세라믹 아티스트를 만나다 - 케르밀커 잉케 빈센츠" Read the full article here: g Designers' magazine

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