SILVER - Category: Georg Jensen Cutlery
GEORG JENSEN (1866 – 1935)
When the 37-year-old Georg Jensen, with both an apprenticeship as goldsmith and sculptor behind him, made silver his way of living by establishing his silver smithy in Copenhagen in 1904, it was with the fine craftsman’s understanding and appreciation of the material. The Georg Jensen Silversmithy created some of the most original and epoch-defining jewellery, hollowware and cutlery patterns. At Georg Jensen’s death in 1935 the smithy was acknowledged as one of the most important silversmithies in the world.
Early Georg Jensen Rope dessert spoon in silver (830). Dated 1915-1930. Three pieces in stock.
Two early Georg Jensen Rope fruit knives in silver (830) and stainless steel. Dated 1915-1930.
Early Georg Jensen Cactus dinner spoon in sterling silver. Dated 1909-1914. Two pieces in stock.
Georg Jensen Acorn dinner knife in sterling silver and stainless steel. Two pieces in stock.
Three early parts Georg Jensen Lily of the valley in silver (830) and horn. Dated 1915-1930.