A Georg Jensen Pyramid Pattern Cake ForkSOLD
This Sterling Silver Cake Fork was made by Georg Jensen in the Pyramid Pattern.
The Pyramid Pattern was designed in 1926 by Harald Nielsen, and is clearly influenced by the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt. At this time, Art Deco silver and art adopted many Egyptian influences, and to great effect!
This cake fork measures 14cm long and bears Georg Jensen's sterling silver mark for 1932-44.
We have several of these forks in stock, so if you need more please just ask!
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