Learn about George Jensen

Danish silversmith Georg Jensen (1866 - 1934) served his apprenticeship under Holm of Svartgade, Copenhagen and became a journeyman in 1884, at the same time taking classes in art, modelling and engraving. From 1897 he studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and briefly worked for Bing & Grondahl

In the 1890s, he came under the influence of Mogens Ballin and spent some time in his workshop in 1899. In 1900, he won a scholarship which took him to Italy and France. On his return, he established a small porcelain factory with Joachim Petersen but this proved unsuccessful and he opened his first workshop in 1904 producing a small selection of silver jewellery.

He specialised in semi-precious stones and enamelware set in silver, and his designs for brooches, buckles and pendants were inspired by nature and the ideals of the Art Nouveau and Arts & Crafts movement.

In 1907, he began collaborating with the painter Johan Rohde in translating the forms of post-Impressionist painting into the medium of silver. The cutlery and table silver for which he is renown today belong to the latter part of his life (1914-1935). more...

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Rare extensive vintage Canteen of Georg Jensen Acorn (konig) pattern of sterling silver cutlery. To include 12 dinner knife & forks, 12 dessert spoons, 16 lunch fork, 10 lunch knife, 5 mocha spoons, 12 butter knives, 12 soup spoons, 12 fish knife &

A graduated set of Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Acorn' pickle and Roast forks, with cake serving knife and two 'Old Danish' spoons, each marked George Jensen sterling Denmark, (7)

Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Continental' servers and serving spoon, with Jensen sterling and Bakelite salad servers by Henning Koppel, each marked George Jensen sterling Denmark, (5)

A Danish silver salad spoon, Pyramid pattern; designed by Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen, Copenhagen. Length 13 cms. Weight 38.5g.

A Georg Jensen silver canteen of Cypress pattern cutlery, comprising 11 soup spoons, 11 table forks, 11 table knives, 12 dessert spoons, 12 entree forks, 12 entree knives and 12 tea spoons, designed by Tias Eckhoff in 1953, 3,760 grams total weight

A Georg Jensen 'Acorn' pattern flatware service designed by Johan Rhode, post 1945 marks, (190), comprising, eight dinner knives, eight luncheon knives, eight fruit knives, eight dinner forks, eight luncheon forks, eight pastry forks, eight soup spoons, ei

A Georg Jensen sterling Acorn cutlery set, comprising, 8 x fork, knife starter, main & dessert spoons, 9 x soup spoons, 6 x tea spoon, 1 x slice bread knife, butter knife, serving spoon and a scope (60 pieces)

Three Georg Jensen sterling silver spoons, 48grams approx

Georg Jensen Silver Gilt and enamel mocha spoons, and one Michelsen for Jensen spoon marked Georg Jensen etc. various import marks, 9 cm (5)

Lot of Danish silver, gilt and enamel spoons, by A. Michelsen, Denmark, Sterling with English& Georg Jensen import marks, 12 cm L, 139g (8)

A 56pcs Georg Jensen sterling silver acorn, pattern, 8 place setting with serving Pcs, mid 20th century, comprising of: 8 table knives, 8 dessert knives, 8, dinner forks, 8 dessert forks, 8 soup spoons, 8 dessert

A Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Acorn' pattern cutlery service with settings for ten comprising table knives, table forks, entree knives, entree forks, soup spoons, dessert spoons, steak knives, fish knives, tea spoons and coffee spoons, and servin

A Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Cactus' tea caddy spoon, after 1945, with incuse mark, from the 1932 design by Gundorph Albertus, marked sterling Denmark underside. Silver weight 26gr. Length 10 cm

Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Cypress' cutlery service comprising twelve main forks, twelve main knives, twelve soup spoons, eleven entree forks, twelve entree knives, twelve cake forks, twelve cake knives & twelve teaspoons. Condition: good, m

Georg Jensen, set of twelve gilded silver spoons, c. 1970, each handles decorated with a flower and dated, marked 'Georg Jensen sterling Denmark', with original boxes and bags (12), approx. Weight 74 grams (each)

Eight Georg Jensen spoons, sterling silver and enamel, of the years 71', 72', 73', 74', 75', two of 76', and 77'. All boxed

A Georg Jensen silver spoon, annual spoon 1983, 'Forget-me-not' design.

A Georg Jensen silver spoon, annual spoon 1982, 'Winter Aconite'.

A Georg Jensen sterling silver spoon, annual spoon 1981, 'White Campion' design.

A Georg Jensen silver spoon, annual spoon 1980, 'Chicory' design.

A Georg Jensen 'Acorn' pattern flatware service designed by Johan Rhode, post 1945 marks, (87) comprising ten dinner forks, ten dinner knives, ten table spoons, ten entree forks, ten entree knives, ten dessert spoons, ten tea spoons, twelve demitasse spoon

A Georg Jensen 'Acanthus' tea caddy spoon. Post 1945, designed by Johan Rohde in 1917. The acanthus spoon with a pleasing circular shallow bowl and a tapering stem with a decorated finial; hallmarked underside to the throat. Silver weight 21gr. Length 10.5

A Georg Jensen sterling silver 'Continental' cutlery service, in a planished finish, comprising; 10 x starter and main forks, 10 x starter and main knives, 10 x dessert, table, soup and tea spoons, 80 pieces in total weighing 3,760 grams, post 1945 hallmar

Four piece Georg Jensen silver condiment set. Two matching mustard bowls & spoons; & pair miniature pepper pots. Wt.246g (total)

A canteen of Georg Jensen silver 'Cypress' pattern flatware, designed by Tias Eckhoff in 1954, together with cruets (127). A canteen of Georg Jensen silver 'Cypress' pattern flatware, designed by Tias Eckhoff in 1954, together with cruets comprising: eight

A Danish silver flatware service designed by Georg Jensen in 1906, mark of Georg Jensen, 1910-1925 and 1915-1927, Denmark (193). A Danish silver flatware service designed by Georg Jensen in 1906, mark of Georg Jensen, 1910-1925 and 1915-1927, Denmark Conti

Sterling silver Georg Jensen cutlery, all Cypress pattern, designed by Tias Eckhof & stamped 'Georg Jensen Sterling Denmark', comprising 10 main knives & forks, 10 entree knives & forks, 10 dessert spoons & forks, 10 small dessert spoons, 10 soup spoons, 1

Tias Eckhoff for Georg Jensen Denmark: sterling silver 92pcs Cypress part flatware set, mid 20th century, comprising of 12 dinner knives (stainless blades), 12 12 entree knives (stainless blades), 12 dinner forks, 12 entree forks, 12 table spoons, 12 desse

7pcs Georg Jensen, sterling silver serving table flatware, early to late 20th century various patterns, comprising of Danish scroll serving spoon, 2 acorn pate knives, blossom spoon, acorn spirit measuring cup, blossom pickle fork and 1984 year spoon Danis

5pcs Georg Jensen, sterling silver acanthus pattern serving flatware, early to mid 20th century, comprising of fish serving set, meat fork, large serving spoon and sugar tongs serving pieces early stamp 'GJ' sterling Denmark tongs marked 'Georg Jensen' dot

A Georg Jensen Danish silver cutlery service, 'Acorn' pattern comprising eight table knives, six table forks, six dessert knives, eight each fish knives and forks together with seven lobster picks and a cake slice. (44)

A Georg Jensen Old Danish cutlery, 58 pieces: 8 settings. (Large knife, small knife, large fork, small fork, dessert spoon, soup spoon, coffee spoon, cheese knife and bottle opener)

Georg Jensen sterling silver ‘Old Danish' cutlery setting for eight persons comprising eight main forks, eight main knives, eight entrée forks, eight entrée knives, eight dessert spoons, eight soup spoons, eight cake forks & eight teaspoons.

Four Georg Jensen salt spoons all marked 'Sterling Denmark' each 7.5 cm long, together with a hallmarked sterling silver mustard spoon & a MoP salt spoon

A Georg Jensen Silver 'Pyramid' Pattern flatware setting for eight plus extensive range serving implements designed by Harald Nielsen in 1926 all pieces stamped mid 20th century, 6500gms (all in)

A Georg Jensen silver 'Acorn' pattern baby feeder spoon and a stone inset silver fork, 20th century, the spoon 9 cm long

A superb Georg Jensen Sterling Silver, cutlery setting. Acorn Design comprising: 10 dinner knives, 10 entree knives, 10 steak knives, 10 fish knives,10 dinner forks, 10 entree forks, 10 soup spoons,10 dessert spoons,10 teaspoons,10 coffee spoons, two pairs