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Get the Scandi look: where to shop for Danish design in Copenhagen

“Ceramicist Inge Vincents has spent years perfecting the art of making “hysterically thin” homewares from ghost-white porcelain – every piece handmade and unique. At her store on cobbled Jægersborggade in multicultural Nørrebro you’ll find delicately fluted vases and mugs that resemble folded paper, tealight holders translucent as a horn lantern, but all designed for daily use.”

The Telegraph


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Architectural Digest India:
“Award-winning ceramist, Inge Vincents is perennially working on a new project as you step into her modest store in the funky Nørrebro neighbourhood. Her stunning range of hand-made, thin-ware is a revolutionary style of glassware that belies the idea that porcelain is weighty and tedious to handle. Inge’s lightweight, translucent vases, bowls, cups are paper-thin and hand-crafted so no piece is the same. Hand-thrown vases mimic the appearance of slouchy bags; while square tea-lights glow in this all-white paradise where your wallet will run away from you if you are not careful. Luckily she ships worldwide!”

Copenhagen Design Guide

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