A set of six Akkeleje pattern Georg Jensen Tea Spoons
This fine set of six Akkeleje tea spoons were made in Denmark by Georg Jensen silversmithy between 1920 and 1930. They are in very good condition, and come in the presentation box as illustrated. Each tea spoon measures 11.6cm long.
Price: £ 250 GBP
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