Dating georg jensen silver
Serene flowing forms are enriched by exquisitely sculpted ornamentation and his stylized bouquets of flowers and lush bunches of grapes reflect his sensual delight in nature. Condition reports are provided as a complimentary service and only reflect the opinion of Eldred's and should not be taken as a statement of fact.
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Today, his highly artistic workmanship still elicits admiration. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% ( VAT) shipping insurance. Good condition overall, minor wear would be consistent with age and use. Condition: The three pieces of the sterling silver coffee service are in very good condition. Rare ménagère en argent modèle «Acorn» créée en 1915 se composant de 194 pièces. Rare ménagère en argent modèle «Acorn» créée en 1915 se composant de 194 pièces. View additional info Georg JENSEN (1866-1935) COUPE en argent ronde à fond creux à support tripode à branches de véronique sur socle rond en doucine.
View additional info Sterling silver necklace, Georg Jensen ca. On larger puffed link on underside near the link connection there is minor wear to the sterling. Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The height of the coffee pot, including the lid, is 19 cm.
After its takeover by Royal Copenhagen in 1968, silver designers were encouraged to include porcelain and ceramics in their works. View additional info sterling silver, design number 321, stamped '925S DENMARK 88 GEORG JENSEN', sterling silver earrings with screw backings, design number 118, stamped '925s DENMARK 118 GEORG JENSEN' (3) total weight of 42 grams View additional info Sterling silver, with a very slight gilding; mammoth tusk Denmark, Copenhagen, design 1915, execution 1933-44Georg Jensen (1866-1935) – Danish silversmith and artist Marked each on the base with the fineness, DENMARK STERLING, the company signet Georg Jensen and the numberings 80 A, B and EComprising a coffee pot, a cream jar and a sugar bowl Fine hammer bowls décor Handle to the sides and lid finial of bone, set apart with bead rims Height of the coffee pot with lid: 19 cm Total weight: approx.
3920 grams Good condition Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 1,000 Euro Condition: The Christmas spoons and forks are in good condition, consistent with age and wear. The total weight – excluding the accompanied set – is c. Anton Michelsen Founded in 1841, the jeweler Anton Michelsen early received commissions from the Danish Royal family.
The spoons have partly been attached to their corresponding forks, using adhesive strips – accordingly, the surfaces may show remains of glue. In 1848 he was appointed as Court Goldsmith and official manufacturer of Orders.
Georg Jensen Georg Jensen was a Danish silversmith and artist. 933 grams Very good condition Classic Art Nouveau design The coffee service comprises a coffee pot, a cream jar and a sugar bowl.
Jensen completed his studies as a sculptor at the Royal Academy of Art in Copenhagen in 1901 and then started working for the respected court jeweler Michelsen. The three pieces are of bulbous shape with a slightly gilt wall. 26,5 cm (10.4 in.) A SILVER CUP View additional info Georg JENSEN (1866-1935) PLAT ROND en argent à fond creux à marli ornementé de motifs floraux.