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Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

May 13, 2013

If you’ve been following me for awhile, you know I have a big thing for ceramics. I even have a pinboard dedicated to some of my favorites. So when I heard from the newly formed Danish ceramics company called Tortus Copenhagen over the weekend, I know at first sight that I had to share both their studio and work with you today. This is a cooperation between two established danish ceramists, Eric Landon and Karin Blach Nielsen. You have to watch this video showing Eric throwing a vessel on a pottery wheel, it really helps you to appreciate the process and to realize that each vessel is made with such care out of their studio. For me, this makes these unique pieces worth every cent. Tortus Copenhagen has three key collections, Unika (my personal favorite), Fluted and Basic. Here is a glimpse into their small studio along with some of their products. Enjoy!

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

Tortus Copenhagen Ceramics: Studio + Collection

If you would like to order, please visit their online shop.

(images: tortus)






4 Comments

  • Reply Angela - designhaus no.9 May 13, 2013 at 2:39 pm

    Great video! Thank you. I like the products, but I love good web design. And this site is great.

  • Reply Ginny May 13, 2013 at 6:42 pm

    That video was a great way to start a Monday morning. Their ceramics are SO beautiful and so is their studio space. Makes me want to have a go on a pottery wheel. Think I may have to look out for a ceramics course :)

  • Reply Kate May 14, 2013 at 7:22 pm

    They’re beautiful. The products and the studio. Some of the vases are really similar to some studio pottery I have that dates from the 60s. Love it!

  • Reply Renneke May 18, 2013 at 10:49 am

    Beautiful ceramics and nice inspirational pictures!
    Getting some ‘Ghost’ flashbacks thoug :-)

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