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6 Place Silver 'Acorn' Dessert Canteen
Import London 1931 - 1935Georg JensenDesigned by Johan Rohde (1916)6 Dessert Knives6 Dessert Forks6 Dessert Spoons6 Tea SpoonsThe ACORN sterling silver cutlery pattern represents the early foundation of Georg Jensen’s organic and timeless design language. In contrast to the art-nouveau style of the early 1900s, ACORN’S design captures a classic, understated style where decoration is used to emphasise the form and shape.

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Georg Jensen Acorn Silver Caddy Spoon
post 1945
Georg Jensen
Length: 10cm

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Georg Jensen Napkin Ring
Marked Georg JensenDesign HN
Length: 5½cm

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Georg Jensen Pill Box
London Import 1982
Diameter : 4cm

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Georg Jensen Silver Bowl
Georg Jensen Silver Bowl
Post 1945
Georg Jensen Acorn Pattern
Dimater: 14cm
Height: 4.5cm

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Georg Jensen Silver Peppers
Marked GJ1933-44
Height: 8cm

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Jensen Silver Pryamid Caddy Spoon
Denmarkpost 1945 mark
Georg Jensen
Designer: Harald Nielsen
Length: 10cm

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Silver "Cactus" Cake Slice
post 1945
Jensen Mark
Georg Jensen
Designed by Gundorph Albertus (1930)
with original box
Length: 26cm

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Silver Acorn Pattern Caddy Spoon
London Import 1939
Georg Jensen
Designed by Johan Rohde (1916)
Length: 10cm

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Silver Blossom Pattern Soup Ladle
Georg Jensen

Length: 33cm

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Silver Bowl
Import London 1931
Georg Jensen
Diameter: 11.25cm
Height: 10.5cm
Design Number: 17A
Designed by J Rohde

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Silver Coaster / Dish
Import London 1926
Georg Jensen
Importer: George Stockwell
Design nunber 2A
Diameter: 13cm

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Silver Georg Jensen Bowl
1925-1932
Designer Johan Rohde
Model 171
Diameter: 20cm
Weight: 20oz

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Silver Georg Jensen Servers
Copenhagen 1927
Length: 17½cm (spoon)
Width of bowl on spoon: 5cm

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Silver Sugar Caster
Import London 1924
Georg Jensen
Grape pattern
Height: 18cm

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Six Silver Cactus Tea Spoons
Georg Jensen Designed by Gundorph Albertus (1930)
Post 1945 mark
Length: 12.5cm

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The CACTUS cutlery pattern has elements of art-deco’s penchant for striking decoration and the simplicity of form evident in the emerging functionalist style. The form of the CACTUS pattern is simple, yet defined and the stylised detail of the cactus clearly illustrates Gundorph Albertus’ meticulous sensitivity to the character of silver
£ 198.00