The Spring Inventory Sale – Rare & Unique Silver Hollowware, Jewelry & Gift ItemsApr 30, 2020 06:00 EDT - May 17, 2020 09:00 EDT
With a focus on silverware, Georg Jensen A/S is a Danish design company founded by silversmith Georg Arthur Jensen in 1904. Five years later, Jensen opened his first shop in Berlin, and in 1912, he opened a bigger workshop and retail store in Copenhagen. The Spring Inventory Sale, presented by Greg Pepin Silver, offers rare silver hollowware, jewelry, and gift items designed by Georg Jensen. One of the key lots in the auction is a 472-piece Georg Jensen Blossom “Magnolia” silverware service. Handmade in Denmark, this is likely the largest Georg Jensen Blossom silverware service ever made and was a special commission. All of the pieces are enclosed in 12 mahogany cases.
Another highlight is a Georg Jensen “Louvre” champagne bowl from 1912. It stands on a stem of leaves and berries. The hand-hammered surface is one of Jensen’s trademarks. When filled with ice, water condenses on the outside of the bowl to give it a distinct sheen. In 1914, this design was purchased by the Louvre museum in Paris for their permanent collection and is commonly referred to as the “Louvre” bowl. To view the complete catalog for this auction and register to bid online, visit Bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Decorative Arts (520), Furniture (7), Jewelry (151), Couture & Textiles (11), Collectibles (39)
# of Lots:724
Price Range:$29 - $148,800
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Extraordinary Boxed Set of Georg Jensen Blossom Magnolia Silverware Service||
|Georg Jensen 18kt Gold Egg Bonbonniere with Ruby, Green & Black Agate Stones||
|Massive Georg Jensen Louvre Champagne Bowl 19D||
|A Vintage Georg Jensen Art Deco Cookie Jar||
|Georg Jensen Gold Pendant 49 Opal & Pearls||
- Couture & Textiles
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Georg Jensen
- Greg Pepin Silver
- Silver Hollowware
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