A Georg Jensen Silver Ornamental Sauce Ladle 141

This large silver sauce ladle was made by Georg Jensen, and bears London Import marks for 1926. Georg Jensen made many different silver flatware designs, but this is an example of what are known as the “omamental” patterns. These designs were not made as full canteens of cutlery with eating pieces, but only for serving. In this case, sauce ladle.

 

A fine example of Vintage Georg Jensen, and an excellent Omamental serving piece.


Type: Sauce Ladle
Function: Dining
Maker: Georg Jensen
Country: Denmark

Price: £ 350 GBP

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