Møns Klint is the outcome of traditional ceramic technique and a modern exploration of textures and form. The vase’s smooth, cylindrical column starkly contrasts its rough “broken” rim to produce a design that is at once original and sophisticated. Each piece is expertly handcrafted in fine porcelain, which lends strength to the vase’s delicate form. When turned on its head, the vase reminds us of the cliffs at Møns Klint, Denmark.
Dimensions: Vary, unique to each vase. Approx. H: 20 cm Ø: 10 cm Care instructions: Damp cloth
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Designer Ian McIntyre, used a chisel and hammer to chip away at the rim producing the
rough, “broken” rim. Each piece is expertly handcrafted in fine porcelain, which is exceptional
at capturing and bringing to life even the smallest detail. Crafted by hand, each finished piece
displays its own distinct form, blurring the line between art and function.
Details That Matter
Den Danske Keramikfabrik on the Danish island of Bornholm is where production takes place.
Bornholm aims be a self-sufficient island soon relying only on sustainable energy sources. In
line with this, the factory strives to operate entirely on solar energy. The vases are packaged
in handmade boxes made at Hans Knudsens Institute, a socio- economic, nonprofit
At møbel & rum we believe in great design, but we also love a good story. That’s why we emphasis the Who, Where and How behind our products as much as the What. Whether it’s our porcelain vases crafted on Bornholm using 100% green energy, or our 100% recycled plastic fabric cushions sewn by hand in Copenhagen, we practice sustainable and ethical production throughout. In addition to the talented designers we work with, we also collaborate with organisations that help people facing physical, mental or social barriers to enter the labour market. In short, we want to make quality-crafted products for people who care about how their purchases impact the environment and the people who made them.
M&R | Møns Klint Vase
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