Danish Ceramics: Jette Arendal Winther
Posted in artists, handmade, homewares May 30th, 2009 by piablog

While I’m on the topic of gorgeous handmade things (when am I not on this topic, you might wonder?), do you remember a couple of months ago I posted some sublime pieces created by Danish ceramicist Jette Arendal Winther, of which I found while perusing fave blog bientรดt demain? Here is a pic to jog your memory…

Well, I’m excited to let you know that I just found out about an online boutique called danish ceramics which, as you may have guessed, specialise in danish ceramics! And it is here where you will find all of Jette Arendal Winthers one of a kind pieces, sold exclusively through this site. They will ship with a postal fee of around $40, and her pieces are upwards of around $33 each…

You can read more about danish ceramics right here, check out their designer line up here, and view jette’s pieces here. And if anyone’s asking, I like this one. No wait, this one. Oh, this one! Hmm, I’m besotted. still.

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7 Comments

  1. m says

    Oh my! They are gorgeous!

    m ^..^

    May 30th, 2009 | #

  2. laura says

    they are lovely pieces!

    May 31st, 2009 | #

  3. Maia says

    Heaven help me. Oh, how I love these!!

    May 31st, 2009 | #

  4. The Lil Bee says

    I do remember! This is so strange but last night I was going through my inspiration folder and found an image of the teacups you posted that I had saved. I just love them. I’m besotted, too:)

    May 31st, 2009 | #

  5. Carla says

    I have had an image of these lovely teacups on my desktop for a bit now and had forgotten their source so I am very grateful to you for the direction!

    May 31st, 2009 | #

  6. Lauren says

    so lovely and delicate!

    June 2nd, 2009 | #

  7. Brittany Noel says

    These are beautiful. I love the translucence they seem to have, yet the surface is so rich with so much depth. Lovely.

    June 2nd, 2009 | #


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