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Georg Jensen Sea Shell Brooch
Design No. 246
Size 1¼ ins. x 1¼ ins. (3cm x 3cm)
Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1904
Date of Manufacture: post 1945
Note: The Sea Shell is a very early design of Georg Jensen, which he originally used for a belt buckle design. The brooch has simple flowing lines which embodies Georg Jensens love of the natural form. He took his inspiration from the world of nature and transformed everyday objects into works of art.
Ref: JR715 Sold
Georg Jensen Silver Crucifix
Georg Jensen Silver Crucifix
Design No. 151A Pendant
Size: 50mm (2") x 57mm (2 1/4") with Belcher Chain 600mm (24") also Marked
Designed by: Henning Koppel
Manufactured: Post 1945
Note: Henning Koppel was hired by the Georg Jensen company in 1949.  By the early 1940's Nordic jewellers had embraced 'Biomorphism' Biomorphist art focuses on the power of natural life and uses organic shapes, with shapeless and vaguely spherical hints of the forms of biology. Biomorphism has connections with Surrealism and Art Nouveau .  Henning Koppel and the term 'Biomorphism' have come to be virually synonymous.  His advant guard designs caused much intra-company controversy but now examples of Henning's work have become icons of mid 20th century jewellery design
Georg Jensen Brooch ‘Dolphins

Georg Jensen Brooch ‘Dolphins
Design No. 251
Size: 3.8 cm (1.25") x 3.1 cm (1.25")
Designed by Arno Malinowski for Georg Jensen
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

Arno Malinowski designed for Georg Jensen in the 1940’s.  His designs are proving to be as popular today as they were then.  He had to work in very difficult conditions during the wartime period, when silver was in short supply in Denmark, due to the severe restrictions of silver imports.  However, the firm survived and carried on despite everything, even though the silversmiths had to sometimes wait to be paid for their work.  Luckily, Georg Jensen had many friends and admirers, who always came to the rescue when the company got into difficulties.  These brooches are iconic pieces of history which tell the Georg Jensen story.
Ref. No. 956 Sold

Georg Jensen Brooch with Synthetic Sapphires and Moonstone drops.
Design No. 153 Size: Width 1.25” (3 cm) x Length 2” (5.2 cm) including drops. Each drop measures ¾” (2 cm).
Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1915
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
Note: A large number of Jensen's jewellery designs have remained popular through the years since they were introduced and some are still in production today. Georg Jensen's attention to detail, such as the surface patina and clasp detail, are indications of his superior workmanship. This unusual brooch, design no. 153, is reminiscent of a peacock's flowing tail and head feathers. Many pieces could be ordered either in all silver or with different stones. Another version of this brooch with green cabouchons is on page 93 of Janet Drucker's book, ‘Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver' (Schiffer).

Ref: DEN 489 Sold

Georg Jensen Silver Bangle with Lapis Lazuli Cabouchon Design No. 188


Georg Jensen Silver Bangle with Lapis Lazuli Cabouchon Design No. 188
Manuf: Post 1945
Size: Adjustable

Ref: WF817

This attractive bangle, which is marked with the Georg Jensen mark for post 1945. Even after research, it is not clear who is the designer of this bangle, although it is reminiscent of the work of Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hübe.  The cabouchon is made of Lapis Lazuli with gold flecks in it.

Ref: WF817 Sold


Georg Jensen Kneeling Deer Brooch designed by Arno Malinowski in 1937.
Design No: 256
Size: 1 3/4 " x1 3/8" (4.5 cm x 3.5 cm)
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
Note: Arno Malinowski (1899-1976) worked at the Georg Jensen Silversmithy from 1936-44 and then from 1949-65. He trained as a medallist and a sculptor and also worked for the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory. The 'kneeling deer' design proved

to be one of the most popular of his designs.

Ref:930 Sold
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Tulip Bracelet
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Tulip Bracelet
Design No. 93
Size: 7" (18cm) x 2" (5 cm)
Manufactured: Post 1945
Ref No.: 975
This Tulip bracelet, Design No. 93, is a very attractive piece of jewellery. It is possibly designed by Henning Koppel. It embraces all the elements of the Georg Jensen design which is to embody the organic feel of plant life in the simplest form.
Ref No.: 975 Sold

Georg Jensen Brooch 

Georg Jensen Brooch 
Design No. 101
Size: 1.25” x 1.75” (4.25cm x 3.5cm)
Manufactured: Post 1945
Ref No. 985
This brooch was designed by Georg Jensen himself c. 1920.  It is very typical of Georg Jensen’s love of the natural world and his ability to bring the silver metal to life, to create an organic work or art. This brooch is known as the ‘Grapes’ design.
Ref No. 985 Sold

Bronze Pendant by Pentti Sarpaneva (1925 – 1978) of Finland.

Bronze Pendant by Pentti Sarpaneva (1925 – 1978) of Finland.
Made c. 1950’s
Size of Pendant: Length 3” (7.5cm) x Width 2.5” (6cm)
Length of chain: 25” (61cm)
A bronze pendant by Finnish artist and designer Pentti Sarpaneva (1925 – 1978). This pendant is from his work during the 1950’s and his work is now sought after as his reputation continues to grow. As with many Scandinavian artists, his work resembles the ice formations of the fjords.

Georg Jensen Bowl (Louvre)

Georg Jensen Bowl (Louvre)
Design No. 180B
Size: 4 ¼” (11.4cm) High x 5 ½” (14.1cm)
Diameter Weight: 10.5 troy oz.
Designed by: Georg Jensen in 1912
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

Ref: HP627

This is a gadron edged flared bowl resting on berry & leaf supports and has a stepped round foot. The bowl is a smaller version of the 'Louvre' bowl designed by Georg Jensen in 1912, and was acquired by the Louvre Museum in Paris.
Georg Jensen went to live in Paris in 1925 taking 5 of his silversmiths with him with the intention of setting up his own workshop again in the hope of recreating his early days. He felt that his company had moved away from his high ideals of workmanship, style & craftsmanship.
However, due to economic restrictions, the venture was not a success and he had to pack up and return to Denmark in 1926. During his time in Paris he won many prestigious awards for his work. Georg Jensen was a brilliant artist, but not a businessman.

Ref: HP627 Sold
Georg Jensen Bowl with Berry Design

Georg Jensen Bowl with Berry Design
Design No. 778
Size: 4¼” (10.8cm) High x 5¾” (14.8cm) Diameter Weight: 9 troy oz.
Designed by: Gundorph Albertus (1887 -1970) in 1935
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

Ref: NA623

Gundorph Albertus worked for the Georg Jensen Silversmithy for over 40 years. He eventually became Assistant Director 1926-1954.
Albertus designed bowls, cups, cocktail shakers, dishes and trays. Many examples of Albertus's holloware from the 1930's have clean, strikingly modern shapes that are accented by floriform ornamentation set at the bases, finials and handles.
Because of this it is possible to view his work as a transition from the firm's exuberantly ornamental designs to the clean-lined, virtually unornamental designs that became dominant in the 1930's.
(Quote from ' Georg Jensen Holloware – The Silver Fund Collection' by David Taylor & Jason W. Laskey, Published by Snoek-Ducaju & Zoon


Ref: NA623 Sold
Georg Jensen Chocolate Spoon

Georg Jensen Chocolate Spoon
Design No. 21
Size: Length 5 3/8 th “ (13.5cm)
Designed by Georg Jensen Date of Manufacture: 1909 – 1914

Ref: MH620

Georg Jensen designed this spoon at the beginning of the C20th. It is a perfect example of Georg Jensen's love of organic design and his wish to make ordinary functional objects into works of art. This spoon, with its graceful lines speaks a thousand words for the Master of Design who wanted to make the working world a beautiful place to be. Having started his working life as a 'grinder' in a knife factory at the age of 14, he was well aware of the grim conditions people could find themselves in for their daily lives. His art was his contribution to the fact that there was another beautiful world and his work served to remind them of this.


Ref: MH620 Sold
Georg Jensen Open Salt Dish with Handle

Georg Jensen Open Salt Dish with Handle
Design No.: 110
Size: Length (including handle): 2” (5 cm) by Diameter: 1 ¼” (3.5 cm)
Designed By: Georg Jensen Date of Manufacture: 1915 – 1930


Ref: RH905

Note: This little salt dish was designed by Georg Jensen during a difficult time for the Georg Jensen Silversmithy as it had to cope with the hostilities of World War I. However, although they had to close their Berlin shop in 1915, in America William Randolph Hearst bought practically every item on display at the Panama Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, just as Nils Wendel had done the year before in Sweden. These men, along with many others, recognised the great & unique talent of Georg Jensen.


Ref: RH905 Sold

Georg Jensen Silver Berry Bowl designed by Johan Rohde


Georg Jensen Berry Bowl designed by Johan Rohde
Design No. 17A
Size: Diameter 4.5” (11.3 cm) x Height 4.25” (
Designed by Johan Rohde (1856-1935) Signed JR.
Date of Manufacture: 1915-30
Ref: 763

Note: Johan Rohde was a great friend and business colleague of Georg Jensen and he joined Georg Jensen in 1905. The collaboration lasted all their lives and they died within a few months of each other in 1935. Johan Rohde is best known for his cutlery design, one of the most famous being the ‘Cactus’ design. Georg Jensen was almost unique in that he allowed his designers to clay claim to and sign their work, and many of them became famous in their own right.


Ref: 763 Sold


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