Georg Jensen Silver Acanthus pattern place settingSOLD

The Acanthus Pattern is one of the most elegant of Georg Jensen silver flatware patterns. For sale here we have a single place setting of estate silver Acanthus Pattern cutlery comprising of a silver dinner fork, silver dinner knife, silver spoon and silver salad or dessert fork.

The Vintage Acanthus Pattern was designed by Johan Rhode for Georg Jensen silver in 1917. It it timeless and elegant, with a highly modern flare, but classical and tasteful at the same time.

All pieces are vintage sterling silver flatware. The dinner knife measures 22.5cm, the dinner fork is 18.2cm, the spoon 15.7cm and the salad or dessert fork is 17cm. These measurements are approximate, but should be within the nearest few milimetres.

All pieces of Acanthus Pattern silver cutlery are in excellent condition with no damage or repair.

At current we have quite a bit of Acanthus Pattern flatware for sale. If you are interested in making up a set please feel free to contact us.

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


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