GEORG JENSEN Silver Flatware Service, Acorn Pattern

comprised of 16 dinner forks, 16 lunch forks, 16 fish forks, 16 dinner knives, 16 lunch knives
16 fish knives, 16 butter knives,16 tablespoons, 16 dessert spoons, 16 egg spoons, 16 fruit spoons, 16 demitasse spoons, and 5 fruit knives; total number of pieces: 197; approx. gross weight: 310 ozt.

  • Notes: The silversmith Georg Jensen (1866-1935) was instrumental in defining the character of twentieth-century Scandinavian design. He embraced the avant-garde Art Nouveau style, as exemplified in the Acorn pattern designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde. The organic and understated elegance of the Acorn pattern accentuates the shape and forms of the cutlery pieces, which in its heyday contained 220 individual pieces.
  • Condition: Please note: All property is sold "AS IS" and any statement, whether oral or written, is given as a courtesy and shall not be deemed as a guarantee, warranty, or representation of the authenticity of authorship, physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance, provenance, exhibitions, literature or historical relevance of the property or otherwise. The absence of a condition report does not imply the item is in perfect condition.

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