4 April 2013

Georg Jensen Silver at Grays

Georg Jensen was a Danish silversmith and best known for his quality craftsmanship and timeless designs. He started his career as a goldsmith at the age of 14. After graduating at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and several apprenticeships, he opened his first workshop in Copenhagen in 1904. As his creations caught the eye of the public his success was assured. Before the end of the 1920s, Jensen opened shops in New York, London, Paris, Stockholm, and Berlin. He died in 1935 but his high standards in quality and design held firm and today Georg Jensen is one of the most successful luxury design brands in the world.

James Baldwin is one of our silver dealers at Grays who offers a wide range of Georg Jensen silver including cutlery and home products. For more information visit: www.jamesbaldwinantiques.com 



This Georg Jensen silver compote was made by Georg Jensen, and designed by Gundorph Albertus. It is a classic design, released in a number of different sizes. It is hand raised and hand hammered, the hammer marks still being in evidence. It bears the post 1945 Jensen mark. 


This set of sterling silver Georg Jensen spoons were made in Copenhagen. They are in the famous Art Deco silver Pyramid Pattern of Georg Jensen, designed by Harald Nilsen in 1926. 


This set of  sterling silver forks are Cypress Pattern, and a fine example of Georg Jensen cutlery. 
The Cypress Pattern was designed by Tias Ekhorf in 1954, and like most Georg Jensen flatware a classic design of its time.


This unusual sterling silver Art Deco dish was made by Georg Jensen in Copenhagen 1925. It is of excellent quality, heavy and beautifully made. It has a full set of Danish hallmarks, Georg Jensen marks and also English Import marks for 1925. 


These beautiful sterling silver tea spoons were made by Georg Jensen silver, and are in the Lily of the Valley pattern. They are boxed, although the box is not the original. Each tea spoon is marked.

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