A Georg Jensen Silver Canteen of Cutlery in Bernadotte Pattern
This stunning silver cutlery set was made by Georg Jensen in the famous Bernadotte Pattern.
The Bernadotte Pattern is designed in 1939 and named for its designer, Sigvard Bernadotte, who was a prince of Sweden. Sigvard Bernadotte is one of the most renowned designer working with Georg Jensen.
It comprises of:
12 Table Forks,
12 Dessert Forks,
12 Table Spoons,
12 Dessert Spoons,
10 Coffee Spoons.
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