Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style
Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style
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Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Hammered Blossom Set of 7 Servers #84 in Art Nouveau Style

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Georg Jensen, sterling silver, hand hammered serving pieces in the renowned Blossom pattern and in Art Nouveau style, consisting of:

- a salad set with a fork in pattern number 84 from the 1930s/early 1940s, measuring 7 1/4'' in length, and a spoon in pattern number 84 from the 1930s/early 1940s, measuring 7'' in length

- a gravy ladle in pattern number 84 from the late 1940s, measuring 7 1/2'' in length

- a pea server with a pierced design, in pattern number 84 from the 1930s, measuring 5 1/2'' in length

- a lemon fork in pattern number 84 from the 1930s, measuring 5 1/2'' in length

- an olive fork in pattern number 84 from the 1930s/early 1940s, measuring 3 2/3'' in length

- a sugar spoon in pattern number 84 from the 1930s, measuring 5 7/8'' in length

Each piece bears hallmarks as shown. 

Georg Jensen, a Danish silversmith, set up his own silver business in 1904 in Copenhagen. Jensen's training in metalsmithing along with his education in the fine arts allowed him to combine the two disciplines and revive the tradition of the artist craftsman. Soon, the beauty and quality of his creations caught the eye of the public and his success was assured. The Copenhagen quarters were greatly expanded and before the end of the 1920s, Jensen had opened retail in Berlin (1909), London (1921), and New York (1924).

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