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Georg Jensen cutlery c.1934 in ‘Continental’ or ‘Antique’ design

Cutlery purchased in the 1930s with the early Jensen mark. All the cutlery is in ‘Continental’ design with initials for I.J.S. This service was designed by Georg Jensen himself and was the first major cutlery range to emerge from the fledgling silver smithy set up in 1904. In designing this Jensen was inspired by traditional and centuries old Nordic tools and implements. The lightly hammered surface enhances the design giving it depth and a unique beauty exclusive to silver. The design is sometimes called ‘Antique’ rather than ‘Continental’. The service is in excellent original condition.

This is top quality Sterling silver flatware by one of the most important silversmiths of the 20th century. There are 86 pieces. There are old anti-tarnish cutlery rolls with original Georg Jensen name address.

10 large knives (the stainless-steel blades have the Georg Jensen name)

10 butter knives

10 large forks

9 salad forks

10 large soup spoons

10 small soup spoons

8 large teaspoons

10 pastry forks

9 coffee spoons

This service can be augmented by one or more of the other Georg Jensen services we have on offer.


Georg Jensen cutlery c.1934 in ‘Continental’ or ‘Antique’ design

SKU: Vane30
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