Theeceremonie / Inge Nielsen


With a background in Chinese studies and a decade of living in China and Taiwan, Inge learned pottery for four years in Taipei, Taiwan. Currently she is based in Brussels, Belgium.

Inge reinterprets traditional forms of Chinese teapots. She also makes other functional vessels, such as bowls, cups, vases, teaboats and incense burners.

Her work is made on the potter’s wheel in porcelain and iron-rich clay, as well as various mixtures of the two ('dirty porcelain'). Each clay body is formulated to fit specific glazes.

The majority of pots are fired in a small gas kiln to a top temperature of 1260 degrees Celcius for a duration of 10 hours.

The glazes are mostly Asian in origin, such as tenmoku, shino, nuka and celadon. Many of the glazes are highly sensitive to atmosphere and firing conditions (so called kiln mutation glazes). The ensuing result is playful, unique and hard to replicate from firing to firing.


Bezig met laden...

Gaiwan Porcelain Nuka glaze light blue 100ml

€ 88,00 p/stuk

Gaiwan Purple Porcelain 100ml

€ 92,00 p/stuk

Houhin Chinaware 120ml

€ 128,00 p/stuk

Kyusu 125ml Set with Tray

€ 178,00 p/set

Kyusu Celadon Porcelain 115ml Set 3 Cups 55ml

€ 188,00 p/set

Kyusu Celadon Porcelain 115ml Set with Cup

€ 172,00 p/set

Shiboridashi Chinaware 110ml

€ 124,00 p/stuk

Shiboset Chinaware; Shiboridashi 80ml, Tray, 2 Cups 45ml

€ 198,00 p/set

Tea Caddy Flat Black Porcelain Ø10cm

€ 92,00 p/stuk

Tea Caddy Guan Blue Ice Crackle (snowflake) 320ml

€ 88,00 p/stuk

Tea Caddy Guan Blue Ice Crackle (snowflake) 340ml

€ 92,00 p/stuk

Tea Caddy Guan Ice Crackle 250ml

€ 84,00 p/stuk

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