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Georg Jensen Tray 
Designed by Georg Jensen in 1905

Georg Jensen Tray
Designed by Georg Jensen in 1905
Design No. 2A
Date of Manufacture: 1915-30Size: c. 11.5” x 11.5” (29.5cm x 29.5cm)
Price: On application

This item is a rare Georg Jensen Square Tray with Blossom corners. It is a solid, heavy tray and is a lovely example of the qualityworkmanship of the early Georg Jensen pieces. The tray has in initial‘D’ in the centre in attractive ornate script

Ref. SK700/8032 Sold
Georg Jensen Salt Dish

Georg Jensen Salt Dish (with Salt Spoon) & Pepper Pot – ‘Acanthus' design
Design No. 658 Size: To be confirmed.
Designed by: Johan Rohde in 1917.
Date of Manufacture: ‘Georg Jensen & Wendel' 1944-1951
Price: £350

Ref: DEN 489


Note: The ‘Acunthus' design is another of the successful Johan Rohde designs which has stood the test of time. Johan Rohde produced this pattern in the early days of his collaboration with Georg Jensen. This pattern was also used for one of the many produced for the Georg Jensen cutlery and other items such as grape scissors, etc. The Danish name for ‘Acanthus' is ‘Donning'. It is also currently still in production for sets of cutlery. Despite their differences in character and background, Georg Jensen and Johan Rohde worked together with virtually no conflict for 29 years. They had a mutual respect for understand each other's skills and sharing of artistic ideas. In 1913, Johan Rohde signed a contract to work solely as a designer for Georg Jensen. (i) “Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver”; Janet Drucker; Schiffer Books, p.31. (ii) “Georg Jensen Jewellery” edited by David Taylor; BGC Yale

Ref: DEN 489 Sold

Georg Jensen Soup Ladle ‘Acorn' Design Design No. 30
Designed by Johan Rohde (1856-1935) c. 1915
Date of Manufacture: 1933-44
Size: Length: 8” (20.5 cm), Width of spoon lip to lip: 3” (8 cm)
Price: £275

Ref: SQ611


Note: Johan Rohde was a distinguished painter & designer when he began his collaboration with Georg Jensen in 1906. He was one of Jensen's closest collaborators. The ‘Acorn' pattern is one of the most famous ever produced by the Jensen Silversmithy. Without doubt, Johan Rode's “excellent taste and sense for beautiful lines” had a profound impact on the development of a distinctive ‘Jensen Style'. Rohde was keenly attuned to the goals and work of Georg Jensen and remained constantly in harmony with his ideals until his death in 1935

Ref: SQ611 Sold
Georg Jensen Tea Caddy Spoon

Georg Jensen Tea Caddy Spoon - 'Magnolia Blossom'
   Design No.: 84  
   Size: Length 4" (10 cm) Bowl of Spoon: 1.5" (3.8 cms)   
  Designed by: Georg Jensen  
   Date of Manufacture: Post 1945   

Ref: GA900


Note: Tea Caddy Spoons are avidly collected by many people and this Georg Jensen Magnolia Blossom Tea Caddy Spoon is a 'must' for any collection.  Georg Jensen himself loved this design and it is one of the first to win him praise and prizes from the exhibitions and museums of his time.  When it was first produced, an example of Georg Jensen's 'Magnolia Blossom' Teapot No. 2 design was purchased by the Danish Museum of Decorative in Denmark, the Joslyn Memorial Museum in USA, the Victoria & Albert Museum in England and the National Gallery in Australia.

Ref: GA900 Sold
Georg Jensen Serving Spoon ‘Magnolia Blossom’

Georg Jensen Serving Spoon ‘Magnolia Blossom’ DesignDesigned by: Georg Jensen c. 1919
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
Design No. 84

Length: 8½ins. (22 cm)

Note:  This is the Silversmithy’s most intricate and expensive cutlery. Imbued with the spirit of Georg Jensen, it unites art and craft. A stunning example of the deep inspiration Georg Jensen so convincingly found in nature. And it demonstrates how the immense demands he posed to his craftsmanship are still fulfilled at his silversmithy in Copenhagen today.

Ref: TE759 (lg) Sold
Georg Jensen Set of 8 Coasters

Georg Jensen Set of 8 Coasters
Manuf. 1945-51 (Georg Jensen & Wendel)
Condition: Excellent

Size: Each one 2 ¼ “ (6 cm) diameter
Ref: EL622A

This set of coasters will make a lovely present. Each coaster has the Georg Jensen trade mark design of leaves & grapes which are beautifully scrolled around each plate. This set will enhance any dining table to complement and display the glassware placed upon them

Ref: EL622A Sold
Salt Cellar with Blue Lining

Georg Jensen Salt Cellar with Blue Lining ‘Magnolia Blossom' design by Georg Jensen c. 1905 Manufactured: Post 1945
Condition: Excellent
Size: 1¾“ (4.25 cm) diameter x 1 ” (3.5) cm high

Ref: JR663
This salt dish is a piece of superb Georg Jensen design. It has a beautiful blue lining which is in perfect condition, and at the base there are the famous Georg Jensen Magnolia Blossoms. The Salt Cellar has its original box.



Georg Jensen Caviar Spoon with natural polished Limpet Sea Shell ‘Acanthus' design by Johan Rohde in 1917. Manufactured: Post 1945
Condition: Excellent
Size: 6” (15.2 cm)
Ref: 658

This delightful spoon would make a lovely unusual present which is a combination of something which is not only useful but piece of classic design. The shell bowl of the spoon is typical of the natural materials that Georg Jensen designers used in the making of their pieces. The bowl of the spoon is made from a polished Limpet sea shell from the Philippines . The ‘Acanthus' pattern on the handle is the same on both the front and the back.

Ref: 658 SOLD

Georg Jensen Bar Jigger


Georg Jensen Bar Jigger 'Acorn' Design
Designed by Johan Rohde in 1915 (signed JR)
Design No. 652

Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

Ref: CT619


Johan Rohde (1856-1935) was a distinguished Danish painter as well as a silversmith. He took the lead in creating The Free Exhibition which provided an exhibition venue for artists whose work was rejected by the establishment's exhibition i.e. The Charlottenborg Exhibition. In 1897 Georg Jensen exhibited his sculpture of a young girl, named 'Spring' at The Free Exhibition, after it was rejected for the Charlottenborg Exhibition, and a lifelong friendship and partnership began between the two men.

Georg Jensen Candy Bowl with Finial

Georg Jensen Candy Bowl with Finial
Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1915
Design No. 42A
Size: Length: 5” (12.5cm) Width: 3 ¾” (9.5 cm) Ht: 3” (7.5 cm) Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
Price: £1,250

Ref: ARI633


This is a very pretty and unusual bowl and could have been used either on the table for candies, sauce, sugar, etc. or as a dressing table accessory. It has a foliate foot, accentuated by berries on each corner and a bud shaped finial with crossed over arms, each with a detail of berries (see photo of detail).

Ref: ARI633 SOLD
Georg Jensen Tazza or Fruit Bowl with Grapes

Georg Jensen Tazza or Fruit Bowl with Grapes
Design No. 263
Size: Height 5.2” (13 cm) x 5” (12¾ cm) Base: 2½” (6¼ cm).
Designed by: Georg Jensen in 1918.
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945.

Note: This fruit bowl with grapes motif, which Georg Jensen designed in 1918, is amongst one of the most popular of Georg Jensen's designs. There are 4 different sizes of this particular design. This bowl is another perfect example of Georg Jensen's ability to mould a solid piece of silver metal to become an object of great beauty.
In 1918, the Georg Jensen Silversmithy was going from strength to strength, having survived the difficulties of the First World War. In this year Georg Jensen's new store opened in Paris and his Danish workshop moved to larger factory at Ragnagade.

Ref: NA616 Sold

WMF Silver Plated & Glass Liqueur Jug

WMF Silver Plated & Glass Liqueur Jug with Lid
Size: Height: 10¼“ (26 cm) Width across Base: 3 1/2 “ (9 cm) Date of Manufacture: c. 1904 (Ostrich mark I/O)
Manufactured by: WMF (Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik AG)

Note: WMF (Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik AG) is a tableware manufacturer, founded in 1853 in Geislingen an der Steige , Germany , by the miller Daniel Straub and the brothers Schweizer. It was originally called Metallwarenfabrik Straub & Schweizer and was opened as a metal repairing workshop. Around 1900, they were the world's largest producer and exporter of household metalware, mainly in the Jugendstil , or Art Nouveau style. They are best known for the period of Albert Mayer, sculpter and designer, who was director of the WMF Art Studio from 1884 to 1914.

Ref:EB 347 Sold
Georg Jensen Pastry Server ‘Shell'

Georg Jensen Pastry Server ‘Shell' Design Design No. 102
Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1910
Date of Manufacture: 1915-30
Size: Length 9” (23 cms) Width 2¾” (7 cms)



Note: The ‘Shell' design is one of Georg Jensen's earliest designs which he produced from about 1910. He modified and embellished it and used it in various different forms. The cake slice is an example of the quality of Georg Jensen's silversmithing and also the simplicity and purity of his design. It also typifies the desire that Georg Jensen expressed to ‘make everyday objects items of beauty'.

Ref:SW151 Sold


Georg Jensen Place Name Holder – ‘Magnolia Blossom'
Design No. 84
Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1904 (‘Magnolia' is one of his earliest designs)
Date of Manufacture 1945-51
Size: Base: 1.6" x 1.18" (4.2 cm x 3 cm) Height: 1.18" (3 cm)

Ref: FL532

Note: During World War I, silver was in very short supply due to import restrictions placed against Denmark and business became very difficult for the Georg Jensen Silversmithy. However, in 1914 Jensen exhibited his work at the Baltic Exhibition in Malmo , Sweden . At the exhibition Stockholm Art Dealer, Nils Wendel, was so entranced with GJ's work, he bought everything on display.   Wendel came to the rescue of the company at a desperate time for them and t his began a long and successful business relationship between the two men. In the late 1920's and again between 1945-51, the mark ‘Georg Jensen & Wendel' appears on the production from Denmark .  This beautiful piece typifies the talent and craftsmanship of Georg Jensen.

Ref: FL532 Sold
Georg Jensen Open Salt Dish

Georg Jensen Open Salt Dish Design No: 243B.
Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1909
Date of Manufacture: 1909 - 1914
Size: Dish Length 2¾” (70 mm), Width 1¾” (45 mm), Height ½“ (14 mm).

Ref: ES328B

Note: This pretty Georg Jensen oval shaped Open Salt Dish, with a border of trailing flowers, is a lovely example of Georg Jensen's early work and perfectly shows his devotion to quality and style. Even this functional table item is a work of art. It was made in the very early days of Georg Jensen's workshop, which he set up in 1904. It is quite probable that Georg Jensen himself fashioned and made this particular item. In later years, there were many designers, who became famous in their own right, who began their careers with Georg Jensen, and gained their expertise and inspiration directly from the Master himself.

Ref: ES328B



Georg Jensen Salt/Mustard Spoon

Georg Jensen Salt/Mustard Spoon - 'Magnolia Blossom'.      Design No.: 84
Size: Length 3.5" (9 cms) Size of Bowl of Spoon: .75" (1.8 cms) x 1" (2.5 cms)  
    Designed by: Georg Jensen   
   Date of Manufacture: Post 1945   

Ref: PH572

  Note: This little salt spoon is another example of Georg Jensen's equisite design.  The 'Magnolia Blossom' is one of his earliest vintage designs, (c. 1905), which he used for many items, including his famous tea/coffee set.  He also used the design for many other items of tableware such as tureens, trays and dressing table ornaments

Ref: PH572 Sold
Georg Jensen Book Mark

Georg Jensen Book Mark/Money Holder
Design No.: 267
Size: 2" (5 cms) x 2" (5cms)
Designed by: Georg Jensen
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945 

Ref: US605

Note: The Book Mark/Money Holder is a beautiful example of the Georg Jensen 'organic' design.  It is simplistic but evocative.  This is another example of Georg Jensen's work that makes 'everyday objects a thing of beauty'

Ref: US605 Sold
Georg Jensen Tea Caddy Spoon

Georg Jensen Tea Caddy Spoon 'Fuschia' design
Design No. 2 Size: Length: 4.5” (11.3 cm), Width: 1.5” (3.5 cm) x 1.75” (4.5 cm)
Designed by: Georg Jensen in 1906
Date of Manufacture: 1933-44

Ref. LON581

Note: This tea caddy spoon is one of Georg Jensen's early vintage designs, which he produced in 1906, soon after he opened his first workshop in Copenhagen . It is possible to purchase a complete tableware set of this design, although it is quite rare and is not easy to obtain. Again, the design is typical of Georg Jensen's love of organic, natural flowing lines. His inspiration came directly from nature.

Ref. LON581 Sold
Salt Cellar with green liner and spoon produced by Georg Jensen. 'Cactus' design by Gundorph Albertus. Post 1945. Diameter 1 3/4

Georg Jensen Salt Dish with Green Liner & Spoon ‘Cactus' design.
Design No: 30.
Designed by: Gundorph Albertus in 1930.
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945. Size: Dish – Length with Handle: 2.5” (6.5 cm). Diameter: 1.75” (4.25cm) Spoon – Length: 2.25” (5.5 cm). Diameter of bowl of spoon: 9/16” (1.5 cm).


Note: Gundorph Albertus was a very important figure at the Georg Jensen Silversmithy for over 40 years from 1905. He eventually became Assistant Director from 1926 and became the Silversmithy's Artistic Director in 1935. He married the sister of another of Georg Jensen's designers, Harald Nielsen. The 'Cactus' design by Gundorph Albertus and the 'Acorn' design by Johan Rhode are two of the most popular Jensen Silversmithy designs.





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