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P.Ipsens Enke 1843-1955 COPENHAGEN

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P. Ipsens Enke  (enke = widow) Copenhagen (1843-1955)

Here is some of the artists,
who worked at PIE:

  • Peter Ipsen (1815-1860)
  • Lovise Ipsen (1822-1905)
  • Bertel Ipsen (1846-1917)
  • Thorvald Bindesbøll (1846-1908)
  • Georg Jensen (1866-1935)
  • Christian Joachim (1870-1943)
  • Lauritz Jensen (1859-1935)
  • Jens Ferdinand Willumsen (1863-1958)
  • Kai Nielsen (1882-1924)
  • Ellen Locher (1883-1956)
  • Georg Thylstrup (1884-1930)
  • Axel Salto (1889-1961)
  • Axel Soerensen (1891-1967)
  • Axel Jensen (around 1900)
  • Ib Just andersen (1884-1943
  • Bode Willumsen (1895-1987)
  • Arno Malinowski (1899-1976)
  • Arne Bang (1901-1983)
  • Johannes Hedegaard (1925-)
  • and many other artists.
  • Started 1843 by Rasmus Peter Ipsen (1815-1860), Born on Bornholm (The Danish pottery Island)

  • He started as trainee at Royal Copenhagen Porcelain in Copenhagen.

  • In 1843 he and his vife Lovise Christine Ipsen (1822-1905) started own pottery-production in the central part of Copenhagen.

  • In the first years he made flowerpots and sculptures inspired of Bertel Thorwaldsen. but also vases and more in the old Greek-style.

  • In 1847 they builded a new pottery in Utterslev (northern part of Copenhagen)

  • Peter Ipsen died in 1860, only 45 years old. But his vife has build up the pottery with him, and she was able to continue the production.

  • In 1865 the son Bertel Ipsen took over the management.

  • In 1890 they changed style, and started producing black fired terracotta, and soon after the Jugens-style Art Nouveau was in production. Designed of Georg Jensen, Thorvald Bindesbøll, Christian Joachim and others.

  • Later the production was owned by Stenders Forlag, until they closed in 1955.

  • Varde Museum has a very large collection of pottery from PIE.

  • In Varde you also find much more information about P.I.E. and the medals from World Fairs.

  • Varde is in Western part of Jutland.

  • Marks from P. Ipsens Enke:

  • P.I (1843-50)
  • P. Ipsen(1850-70)
  • P.Ipsen eneret (1871-1917)
  • P.I.E. (with a crown)(1918-55)
  • From time to time the signature of the artists themselves occur.