Birgitte Börjeson

Birgitte Börjeson established a workshop together with her husband – and fellow IAC member – Hans in Fulby, Denmark, in 1963.

Her work is characterised by high-fired salt-glazed stoneware, domestic ware and one-off pieces.

She is a member of the Danish Arts and Crafts Association and has worked on commissions in Holland, Sweden, Germany and Denmark.

Her artworks are included in the following collections: Thiemanns Collection, Germany, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan, Ceramic Museum Bechynee, Czech Republic, The National Museum of Stockholm, Sweden, Craft Council Kilkenny, Ireland, Icheon World Ceramic Museum, Korea, Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Germany, International ceramic center Xian, China, Museum of Applied Art, Denmark, Trapholt Museum of modern Art, Denmark and CLAY Ceramic Museum, Denmark.

In addition, her artworks have featured in the following publications:
– Saltglaze Ceramic by Janet Mansfield.
– Salt-glazed Ceramic by Rosemary Cochrane.
– Saltglazing by Phil Rogers.
– Stoneware by Richard Dewar.
– Ceramic Narrative and Ceramic Surface by Matthias Ostermann.


Birgitte Börjeson