Modern ceramics from Denmark are largely minimalist and functional, but there’s also a host of artistic and sculptural work being produced. Today, you’ll find a host of ceramics studios, offering everything from the quirky and colorful to the sleek and monochrome.
Mk Ceramics Studio produces work with clean lines and deep, rich colors, rendered so expertly that you’ll have trouble believing they were made by hand. The studio is a partnership between a ceramicist and a chef, so their pieces are an excellent mix of craftsmanship and functionality, specifically with an eye to making tableware for restaurants and cafés.
Opening Hours: Sun & Mon Closed Tues – Sat 12:00 – 6:00 pm Ceramicist Tina Marie’s work is the perfect balance between sculptural, textural, and minimalist.
You can shop for Hawaii pieces online or find them at select stores globally. The studio makes bowls, jars, vases, candleholders, and a few other small items.
You can shop through their web shop, in their studio store, or a number of retailers around the world. It’s no surprise that the daughter of famous Danish designer Henning Koppel knows how to create something beautiful.
While she does make some vases and bowls, the majority of her work is sculpture rendered in black and neutrals. Her work is surprisingly affordable; definitely worth a look for those interested in collecting art but who are still on a tight budget.
Ceramicist Sushi makes porcelain dinnerware as well as gorgeous glazed vases. Products are available in the web shop, in their studio store, and at a number of retailers (mostly in Denmark).
Simple, tactile, and versatile: Bette Deal’s ceramics are beautiful but not precious. Deal makes everything by hand in her studio on the Danish island of Bornholm.
Located on the charming Jægerborggade in Marrero, Kramer Inge Vincent's has cemented itself as one of the most beloved shops on the street. She makes tableware for restaurants (they can be purchased for private homes as well), and more raw, sculptural pieces.
Girl Elbækgaard’s work is only available in her studio store and in a few retailers in Denmark. Ceramics Stores in Copenhagen This stunning studio carries many Danish ceramicists you may not otherwise hear about.
Their ceramics collections include their own line as well as brands like AHJ, Tasha P, and many others. Their stores are the perfect place to be inspired by all the goodies Danish design has to offer.
How to sell your ROYAL COPENHAGEN porcelain am always buying Figurines, Christmas and Collector plates, Dinnerware and Art ware (vases, etc.) I also buy items by many of the other manufacturers you see for sale on my website, including Wedgwood, Royal Moulton, Edna Libel, Hummel, and others.
I buy single items, complete collections, close-outs and dealer stocks. Most Royal Copenhagen dinnerware made before 1990 has a fractional mark on the bottom (1/1084); that, plus a brief description (dinner plate) is usually sufficient.
Prices of most collectibles have seen steep declines in the last few years, and my website is not always up to date, so there may need to be some adjustments to reflect current market conditions. FACTORY SECONDS :All items made by Royal Copenhagen, Big and Dahl-Jensen are inspected before leaving the factory. Items with minor defects are marked as FACTORY SECONDS (also known as Second Quality, Second Sort, or II Sort) by putting a scratch through the trademark on the bottom of the item. For Royal Copenhagen, it is usually a vertical scratch across the three wavy lines. For Big, it is usually a horizontal scratch through the three towers, or through the letters “Big” if there is no three tower trademark. For Dahl-Jensen, it is usually a horizontal scratch through the letters “DJ”. For second quality items valued over $100, I usually pay half of what I would pay for a first quality item.
For more common items, I prefer not to purchase factory seconds. Some items have manufacturing defects even though they are not marked as seconds; this is especially true of the very early Christmas plates (Big before 1905, Royal Copenhagen before 1920) or very large pieces.
When I sell items in sets, I usually discount them rather than charging a premium. INSURANCE QUOTES: If you are just interested in what your items are worth, you can find most of that information on my website.
In you want something in writing to substantiate the retail price for an insurance valuation or claim, I usually charge a modest amount to prepare such a statement, or you can buy the figurine books, or you can just print out the appropriate webpages with my retail prices. PAYMENT : If we have agreed on a price for the items that you wish to sell, please ship them to me at the address included with my offer.
If there is something that I misunderstood or that you overlooked (an old repair, or a factory second mark), I will return the item(s) to you, or perhaps make a new offer to reflect the new information. All too often, I receive items broken in transit, invariably because they were not properly packed.
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