A Georg Jensen Silver Compote or Bowl: 17B

This Georg Jensen silver compote was made by Georg Jensen, and designed by Gundorph Albertus. It is a classic design, released in a number of different sizes. This is the second smallest, measuring approximately 13.5cm tall by 14cm at the lip. It is hand raised and hand hammered, the hammer marks still being in evidence. It bears the post 1945 Jensen mark.

This commonly considered to be an iconic design, and one can see why it was so popular! A fine piece of Estate Sterling Georg Jensen Silver.

Type: bowl
Function: decorative silver
Maker: Georg Jensen
Country: Denmark

Price: £ 1,650 GBP

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