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A set of vine glass coasters

Georg Jensen (Kopenhagen 1866 - Hellerup/Kopenhagen 1935)


A set of vine glass coasters

Lot-No. 486

Proceeds : 400,00 €


Copenhage, around 1935. Silver, stamped 'STERLING', 'DENMARK', mm.: 'GJ' in a rectangle for Georg Jensen, modelno.: '193'. 11 parts: round coasters with profiled circles and a grapevine in the centre. Dm. 6, 5 cm, overall weight approx. 220 g. (comp. Laskey, Taylor: Georg Jensen. Holloware. The Silver Fund Collection, p. 343.) - Danish silversmith, 1895-1901 Studies at the Royal Danish Academy of Art in Copenhagen, then worked in the studio of the Danish court jeweler Michelsen. In 1904 opening of his own studio in Copenhagen where Jensen first produced works in the Art Nouveau style. Soon after he founded the company Georg Jensen, which is famous for their designs in the functional style of the Danish industrial designs.

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Georg Jensen: A set of vine glass coasters


Georg Jensen (Kopenhagen 1866 - Hellerup/Kopenhagen 1935)

A set of vine glass coasters

Lot-No. 486

Proceeds : 400,00 €

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Copenhage, around 1935. Silver, stamped 'STERLING', 'DENMARK', mm.: 'GJ' in a rectangle for Georg Jensen, modelno.: '193'. 11 parts: round coasters with profiled circles and a grapevine in the centre. Dm. 6, 5 cm, overall weight approx. 220 g. (comp. Laskey, Taylor: Georg Jensen. Holloware. The Silver Fund Collection, p. 343.) - Danish silversmith, 1895-1901 Studies at the Royal Danish Academy of Art in Copenhagen, then worked in the studio of the Danish court jeweler Michelsen. In 1904 opening of his own studio in Copenhagen where Jensen first produced works in the Art Nouveau style. Soon after he founded the company Georg Jensen, which is famous for their designs in the functional style of the Danish industrial designs.

A set of vine glass coasters