Embroidered coiled porcelain vase, Caroline Harrius -
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Caroline Harrius

Embroidered coiled porcelain vase

$2,074
Embroidered coiled porcelain vase, Caroline Harrius -
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Caroline Harrius

Embroidered coiled porcelain vase

$2,814
ONE DAY NO. 13, Signe Fensholt -
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Signe Fensholt

ONE DAY NO. 13

$1,096
Sculpture, Anne Lind Sorth -
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Anne Lind Sorth

Sculpture

$489
Sculpture 'C U R V E S'

Katrine Bidstrup

Sculpture 'C U R V E S'

$578
Sculpture - Large, Anne Lind Sorth -

Anne Lind Sorth

Sculpture - Large

$371
Sculpture - mini, Anne Lind Sorth -

Anne Lind Sorth

Sculpture - mini

$134
Sculpture - mini, Anne Lind Sorth -
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Anne Lind Sorth

Sculpture - mini

$134
Sculpture - Small, Anne Lind Sorth -

Anne Lind Sorth

Sculpture - Small

$223
Sculpture BG 494 Sculpture Bronwen Grieves

Bronwen Grieves

Sculpture BG 494

$1,022
Sculpture BG 495 Sculpture Bronwen Grieves

Bronwen Grieves

Sculpture BG 495

$608
Sculpture BG 497 Sculpture Bronwen Grieves

Bronwen Grieves

Sculpture BG 497

$637
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Artist selection of ceramic sculptures

YONOBI represents artists from all over the world. These artists have different ideas and use a variety of techniques to make the clay come to life, becoming a sculptural artwork. Dive into the collection of artists from countries such as Denmark, Japan, and France.

If you have already fallen in love with a special piece of art, remember, we ship worldwide, making sure the delicate materials arrive in one piece at your doorstep!

Anne Lind Sorth

Danish artist Anne Lind Sorth is deeply focused on the textures of every artwork she creates. These organic forms reflect not only the focus on materials and textures. The sculptures hold untold stories about its origin, what it reflects, and what its purpose is. The purpose of these sculptures are never a given, and that is what makes them so interesting to behold as sculptural art. 

Louise Egedal

Hand-built, the sculptures by Danish artist Louise Egedal reflect harmony and balance. With a deep focus on aesthetics, Louise's art is made to reflect the imperfection. Louise is deeply inspired by the Japanese “wabi-sabi” aesthetics, where it is the imperfections that draw the attention of the beholder.

Anna Bystrup

If you are into the classical art of danish ceramic artists, Anna Bystrup is definitely the artist for you. Trained at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts - Schools of Architecture, Design, and Conservation, Bystrup constantly works to refine her artwork.

The talent of the ceramic artist is reflected in the pottery sculptures where the shapes and attention to details are beautiful to behold.