A Pair of Georg Jensen Silver Acanthus Pattern Butter KnivesSOLD

A beautiful pair of sterling silver butter knives made by Georg Jensen in the famous Acanthus Pattern.
This pattern is one of the most recognised of Georg Jensen cutlery designs. It was designed by Johan Rohde in 1917, one year after the even more famous Georg Jensen Acorn Pattern.

These butter knives are solid silver, and marked Denmark Sterling, Georg Jensen. This is the Georg Jensen mark for post 1945.

They are in excellent condition with no damage or repair.

Type: Knife
Function: Dining
Maker: Georg Jensen
Country: Danish


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