Inga Elín has been making her art for about half a century. She was accepted into The Reykjavík School of Visual Arts when she was only 13 years old. From there she went to Denmark Design where she gratuated and received an award for her outstanding work by Queen Margrethe in 1988. Since then she has devoted her life to ceramics and has sought her influence to the vast nature of her home country, Iceland.
Inga’s most popular piece, and sold out for the most part of the last 20 years, are her Oval Cups. Their unique design is without handles and made of porcelain. The cups are handmade and therefore no two cups the same. They come in a variety of different decorations and are being served at Iceland’s top restaurants. Please have a look at our collection.