With an elegantly moulded form, this porcelain vase sits solidly, showcasing an ovalled body that gently curves inwards to a slight neck. From the neck, a delicate opening protrudes with a U-shaped form. Its subtly scalloped edge is thin like cloth, and creates an alluring visual texture. The vase’s smooth surface, displaying subtle indentations, has a pale cream hue, enhancing its timeless charm.
Thoughtfully crafted, this vase unites strength and fragility harmoniously strength and fragility.
About the Artist
Ditte Blohm was born in Denmark, and has a background in fine art and specialised in experience based pieces. Ditte is especially drawn to the medium of porcelain. Her work is inspired by merging attitudes of danish and Japanese design, focusing on the Japanese ideology of the imperfect, impermanent and incomplete, against the inherent serenity of the Scandinavian design aesthetic.