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Georg Jensen Brooch 'Deer with Ivy'
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Georg Jensen Brooch 'Lamb with Ivy' designed by Arno Malinowski (1899 – 1976)
Design No. 311
Size: Diameter: 2” (5cm) High x 2” (5cm) Wide. Designed:1942
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

Ref: 878

£455

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Arno Malinowski worked at the Georg Jensen Silversmithy from 1936-1944 and again from 1949-65. He gained his artistic inspiration from Japanese art for many of his designs and this can be clearly seen. The “Lamb with Ivy” is one of his more unusual designs and has proved very popular. His jewellery design is very distinctive and he often included stylized birds and animals. Other popular brooches by Arno Malinowski are 'Kneeling Deer', 'Two Butterflies' 'Sheep with Enamelled Hearts' were just a few of the many he produced. His work was shown in numerous exhibitions in Denmark and abroad.

Ref: 878 Enquiries

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Georg Jensen Silver Ring

Design No. 10

Sizes: 6 and 6.5

Designed by Georg Jensen

Manuf. Post 1945

Ref: 882

SOLD

Note: Another Georg Jensen masterpiece!  This beautiful and unusual ring is all silver, and is beautiful in its symmetry and design.  When worn it is obvious this ring is unmistakably Georg Jensen.  The front of the ring has leaves folding around it with the hallmark 'berries' circulating around a central silver cabouchon.

Ref: 882 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Kneeling Deer Brooch designed by Arno Malinowski in 1937.
Design No: 256
Size: 1 3/4 " x1 3/8" (4.5 cm x 3.5 cm)
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
Ref: NCW904

SOLD

Note: Arno Malinowski (1899-1976) worked at the Georg Jensen Silversmithy from 1936-44 and then from 1949-65. He trained as a medallist and a sculptor and also worked for the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory. The 'kneeling deer' design proved

to be one of the most popular of his designs.

Ref: 904 SOLD


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David Andersen of Norway (D-A) Pendant with Turquoise Cabouchon

Size: 1¾“ (4.5 cm) x 2” (5 cm)
Date of Manufacture: c.1960

SOLD


David Andersen (1843-1901) founded his company in Oslo, Norway in 1876. He was a Goldsmith & Silversmith with a keen sense of quality and high standards of workmanship which brought him early success. His son, Arthur, took over the firm in 1901 and is it is now run by the members of the 4 th generation, Vin and Jon David-Andersen, who carried on the traditions of their founders.
Throughout its long history, David-Andersen company has always kept pace with changing times and artistic trends, over time they have produced beautiful and finely crafted jewellery and objects in styles ranging from Naturalism, Art Nouveau, Art Deco to Modernism.
The beautiful simplicity of this pendent makes it a beautiful object to wear and is open to many interpretations.

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Georg Jensen Inc. USA

Winking Cat Brooch by Jopol

Design No. 258

Size: 3.1 cm (1.25") diameter

Designed by Jopol

Manufactured 1940's

Ref. CF859

SOLD

Note: There is a big mystery behind this delightful brooch.  It was made by Georg Jensen Inc, USA, which in itself came into existence in an extraordinary way.  Frederick Lunning, who was one of the Georg Jensen Denmark Directors, went to America in 1921 to promote the sales of the Georg Jensen silverware and jewellery.  This he did with great success.  He set up a Georg Jensen shop there.  However, war broke out in Europe and he could no longer source stock from Denmark, so he employed two designers, La Paglia and Jopol, (the designer of the brooch featured here), to produce work for the shop. They stamped their work with 'Georg Jensen Inc'.  JoPol is the mark of Joan Polsdorfer who worked for Georg Jensen, Inc., USA in the 1940s.  According to The Smith Alumnae Quarterly from 1940, Jo Pol lived in Marin County, California.  She was a graduate of the prestigious Smith College in Massachusetts.

(information courtesy of metalsmith, Fred Zweig)

However, Frederick Lunning had not informed the Copenhagen office what he was up to and they did not discover it until after the war.  There followed law suits in 1949-50 as head office were not pleased! Lunning was able to continue trading as he had obtained the sole agency rights in America for 100 years from Royal Copenhagen, who was the parent company of Georg Jensen.

Georg Jensen USA finally closed in 1980 to be replaced by the Royal Copenhagen Georg Jensen now in Madison Avenue.

Ref. CF859 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Silver Brooch

Design No. 41

Size: 5.7 cm (2.25") Long x 1.8 cm (.75") wide

Designed by Georg Jensen

Manuf. 1933-44

Ref. ABM827

SOLD

Note: This is a rare and unusual brooch designed by Georg Jensen himself c. 1907.  This brooch was manufactured between 1933 - 44, and is now no longer in production.  It has all the Georg Jensen hallmarks of the organic, flowing design which recreates the very essence of living plants out of the inanimate silver metal.

Anyone attempting the art of silversmithing, will know how incredibly difficult it is, if not impossible for the majority, to breathe life into metal, wood or stone and to make the material come alive.

 

Ref. ABM827 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Silver Ring with Rose Quartz

Design No. 18

Front of Ring: 3.2 cm (1.25") x 2 cm (.75")

Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1905

Manuf. Post 1945

Ref: 877A

SOLD

Note: Georg Jensen designed this ring in the early part of the C20th.  A variety of different stones were used, including a green cabouchon, jet and lapis.  This particular example has rose quartz as the centre piece.  This ring is another dramatic piece of Georg Jensen jewellery which will stand the test of time.

Rose quartz is pink quartz that is often called the "Love Stone." The high energy of quartz gives rose quartz the property of enhancing love in virtually any situation. In turn, this lowers stress. All in all it is a very soothing and happy stone.

Emotionally rose quartz brings gentleness, forgiveness, compassion, kindness and tolerance.

Rose quartz is a type of quartz which exhibits a pale pink to rose red hue. The color is usually considered as due to trace amounts of titanium, iron, or manganese, in the massive material. Some types of quartz contain microscopic rutile needles which produces an asterism in transmitted light. Recent X-ray diffraction studies suggest that the color is due to thin microscopic fibers of possibly dumortierite within the massive quartz.


In crystal form (rarely found) it is called pink quartz and its color is thought to be caused by trace amounts of phosphate or aluminium. The first crystals were found in a pegmatite found near Rumford, Maine, US, but most crystals on the market come from Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Ref: 877A SOLD

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Georg Jensen Brooch

Design No. 250

Size: 3.2 cm (1.25") x 3.2 cm (1.25")

Designed by Arno Malinowski for Georg Jensen

Manuf. 1933-44

Ref: YVG831

SOLD

Another example of Arno Malinowski's talented work.  Many of his pieces depicted birds, and these are very popular designs.  The interest in his work is increasing dramatically, although there has always been a strong following for this artist's work.

Ref: YVG831 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Pendant with Chain

Design No. 239

Size: Pendant 4 cm (1.7") x 4 cm (1.7") Chain: 68.8 cm (27")

Designed by Arno Malinowski c. 1943

Manuf. Post 1945 with London import mark for 1956

Ref: TH845

SOLD

Note: Arno Malinowski 1899-1976) worked for the Georg Jensen Silversmithy from 1936-44 and aagain from 1949-65.  He transposed the flora and fauna into the "functionilist" format, comprising stylised figures reminiscent of the sculpture and medals he had been trained to design.  His most famous piece is the "Kongemaerket" (King's Emblem), a tiny silver or gold badge which became a patriotic symbol for the Danes during the wartime occupation. 

Arno Malinowski was a sculptor, ceramist, engraver, medallist and jewellery designer.  He won many awards throughout Europe and his work was shown in many exhibitions, both in Denmark and abroad.

Ref: TH845 SOLD

 

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Georg Jensen Hearts Bracelet
Design No. 98
Size: 7 ins. (18cm) x ¾ ins. (2cm)
Designed by Arno Malinowski c. 1944
Date of Manufacture: 1945
Ref: 868

SOLD


Note: This is a very pretty bracelet and an unusual design not often seen in the reference books. Arno Malinowski (1899 to 1976) was a successful silver designer and sculptor. He worked for the Georg Jensen Co. from 1936 to 44 and again from 1949 to 1965, creating designs for jewellery and hollowware. Although he did many designs of animals, such as his Kneeling Deer and Dolphins designs, this bracelet is one of a series he did of abstract designs. Malinowski participated in many prestigious exhibitions and won numerous awards for his work. (Ref. Georg Jensen Silversmith 77 Artists, 75 years by Renwick Gallery).

Ref: 868 SOLD

 

Georg Jensen ‘Puzzle’ Bangle

 

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Georg Jensen Puzzle Bangle
Designed by: Hans Hansen
Signed: HAH
Size: 2¼ ins.x 2¼ ins. (60mm x 60mm)

Circumference 7.2 ins (185mm)

Ref. LO862


SOLD


Hans Hansen (1884-1940) started his own silversmithy in the 1920s in a reaction against the mechanised production of silver flatware. His son, Gustav Hansen, took over the silversmithy when his Father, Hans Hansen died in 1940,

aged only 56.

The company was taken over by the Royal Scandinavia Group in 1991 and thus incorporated into Georg Jensen.

Ref.LO862 SOLD

 

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Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Tulip Bracelet
Design No. 93
Size: 7 ins. (18cm) x 2 ins. (5 cm)
Manufactured: Post 1945

Ref: LR858

SOLD


This Tulip bracelet, Design No. 93, is a very attractive piece of jewellery. It is possibly designed by Henning Koppel. It embraces all the elements of the Georg Jensen design which is to embody the organic feel of plant life in the simplest form.

Ref. LR858 SOLD



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Georg Jensen Brooch

designed by Georg Jensen

Date of Manufacture: 1933-44

Ref: RCU749

Price: £275

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Georg Jensen designed this brooch c.1908.  It is typical of Georg Jensens organic, foliate designs and is a lovely example of his flowing artistic style. This brooch evokes the beautiful woods and meadows he xplored as a child in the picturesque hamlet of Raadvad in Denmark where he was born in 1866.  He had an idyllic childhood and spent many hours roaming these fields and woods where he learnt to love and study the wildlife, plants and trees surrounding his home.

Ref. RCU749 SOLD


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Georg Jensen Brooch by

Nanna & Jorgen Dietzel with Black Pearl (signed)

Size: 1 3/4" (4.4 cm) length x 1 1/2" (3.8 cm) height

Date of Manufacture: Post 1970

Ref: WF819

 SOLD

Nanna Dietzel (1923-2005) started her career designing furniture and textiles as well as jewellery. She met her husband, Jorgen, at the Danish School of Arts, Crafts and Design and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts. They began working together in 1944, designing furniture and upholstery. In 1954, they began to create designs for Georg Jensen. This brooch is a beautiful piece of modern design and has all the hallmarks of the Georg Jensen tradition of organic flowing lines in all their simplicity.

  

Ref.WF819 SOLD


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Georg Jensen Silver Bangle with Lapis Lazuli Cabouchon Design No. 188
Manuf: Post 1945
Size: Adjustable

Ref: WF817

Price: £495
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This attractive bangle, which is marked with the Georg Jensen mark for post 1945. Even after research, it is not clear who is the designer of this bangle, although it is reminiscent of the work of Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hübe.  The cabouchon is made of Lapis Lazuli with gold flecks in it.

Ref.WF817 Enquiries

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Georg Jensen Bangle by

Torun Bülow-Hübe (1927-2004)

Manufactured: c. 1960

Design No. 230

Size: 1.75 ins. x 2.5 ins (60 mm x 45 mm)

Ref: CC804

 

SOLD

Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe was an internationally celebrated Swedish silversmith of the post war period. Using assymetric, fluid forms in silver combined with semi-precious stones and pebbles, she created jewellery that strongly broke with tradition. Her early hand-made jewellery from the 1950's became an instant success in Paris where she lived at the time. She earned clients such as Pablo Picasso, Brigitte Bardot, Ingrid Bergman and Billie Holiday, who all were fascinated by her innovative designs of sculptural forms tracing the contours of the wearer's body.

In the mid 1950's she started a long relationship with the Danish company Georg Jensen. Torun had a passion for silver and like Georg Jensen originally created jewellery for people who valued the beauty and the design of a handcrafted objects more than a luxurious material. Torun used rock crystal, moonstone and quartz instead of more valuable stones.  Although Jensen died in 1935 and never met Torun, she carried on the spirit of his design.

Torun designed Jensen's first wrist watch in 1962. This today world famous model was the first of it's kind, a simple, open-sided wrist watch with a numberless mirror dial, stripped of all but the bare essentials.
Ref:CC804 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Necklace with Green and Amber Cabochons

Design No. 19

Designed by: Georg Jensen

Date of Manufacture: 1915-30

SOLD

Note: This is a very unusual necklace and is one of Georg Jensen's early designs. In this version he has used green cabochons as the secondary ornaments, and the amber drop as the main feature. This necklace is a delightful piece of Jensen's early work showing his flair and style.
Ref: TY779 SOLD
Georg Jensen Brooch ‘Bird Eating Berries’
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Georg Jensen Brooch Bird Eating Berries
Design No. 53
Diameter: 1¾ ins. (4.5cm)

Designed by: Georg Jensen

Date of Manufacture: 1910-25


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Note: This brooch was designed by Georg Jensen c. 1908 and has been produced many times since then.  This particular brooch was actually manufactured between 1910 and 1925, and so is one of the original versions.  This design also comes as a pendant, but the above is a brooch only.  

However, a special independent fitting has been made to convert this brooch to a pendant. This can be attached or removed as required and is detachable.  Cost of attachment £40.

Ref: TY784  SOLD
Georg Jensen Foliate Brooch
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Georg Jensen Foliate Brooch
Design No. 236B
Diameter: 1½ ins. x 1ins. (4cm x 2.5cm)

Designed by: Georg Jensen
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

SOLD

  Note: This brooch is another of Georg Jensens pe
rennially popular designs and was produced with plain silver inserts, as this one is, and also versions were made with many different coloured cabochons to suit all tastes. 

Ref: TY778 SOLD
Georg Jensen Brooch with Labradorite
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Georg Jensen Brooch with Labradorite
Design No. 12 (rare design)
Diameter: 1.7 ins.(4.2cm)

Designed by: Georg Jensen
Date of Manufacture: 1915-27


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Note: Jensen chose his stones to represent a varied an exciting palette of colours.  Most frequently he used onyx, carnelian, labradorite, amber, opal, coral and moonstone.  Although these stones were not precious or costly, their mounting was done with superb craftsmanship. (See page 82 of ‘Georg Jensen, A Traditional of Splendid Silver’ by Janet Druker, Schiffer Books.) 

Labradorite is used in this instance, a feldsparmineral and occurs in large crystal masses in anorthosite and shows a play of colors calledlabradorescence. (Wikipedia)

Ref: TY785 SOLD
Georg Jensen Bracelet Design No. 49
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Georg Jensen Bracelet Design No. 49 (rare design)
Length: 7 ½ ins.(19cm)

Designed by: Georg Jensen
Date of Manufacture: 1933-44
Price: £450
Ref: 780

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Note: This is a charming bracelet and a very unusual design.  The design number, 49, indicates that Georg Jensen designed this pattern early on in his career.

Ref: 780 Enquiries

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Georg Jensen Dove Brooch
With Carnelians
Design No. 165
Diameter: 1 ½ ins. (4cm)

Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1908
Date of Manufacture: 1933-44


SOLD


Ref: 781
 Note: The Georg Jensen Dove Brooch is a very well known and popular design.  It is produced with a variety of different cabouchons, this one is embellished with Carnelians and is the smaller of the two sizes produced in this design.

Ref: 781 SOLD

Georg Jensen Ear-rings Gold (19K) with ‘Star’ Sapphires
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Georg Jensen Ear-rings Gold (19K) with Star Sapphires
Designed by: Johan Rohde
Date of Manufacture: 1915-25
Design No.: 102
Gold Mark: 785
Ref: WJC767 

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Note:  Johan Rohde designed these stunning and unusual ear-rings for Georg Jensen.  He has used 'Star' sapphires which are given a smooth, rounded shape rather than being 'facetted' cut as usually found in jewellery with this stone.  A star sapphire is a type of sapphire that exhibits a star-like phenomenon known as an 'asterism'. Star sapphires contain intersecting needle-like inclusions.  (See www.wikipedia.com).
 
The gold is c. 19K and is unusual as ear-rings are marked '785' which is higher than 18K at 750.
 
Johan Rohde joined Georg Jensen in 1906.  They formed a life long partnership and friendship which lasted the whole of their lives until 1935.  Johan Rohde was the perfect balance to Jensen's flamboyant, impulsive and passionate nature, as he was reserved and methodical. Despite their differences they worked
together with practically no conflict.  From the start of their relationship, the two artists established the distinctive style and quality we now recognise as 'Jensen'. 

 
(NB.  I believe these ear-rings to be quite rare as I could not find a record of this actual design - but it is typical of the delicate gold filigree work done by Johan Rohde - (see page 186 of the book by Janet Drucker, "Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver" by Schiffer Books.  Illustration of Gold Brooch and ear-rings no. 53 designed by Johan Rohde).

 
Ref: WJC767 SOLD
Georg Jensen Bracelet Double Tulip Design
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Georg Jensen Bracelet Double Tulip Design
Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1908
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

Design No.: 100A Length: 7¼ ins. (18.5 cm)

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Note:  I love this bracelet with its organic design of two tulips. This piece is another example of the way Georg Jensen brought silver to life with his genius and talent.  The silver is tactile and soft and moulds itself around the wrist like a vine.

Ref: TE757 SOLD
Georg Jensen Brooch Double Tulip Design
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Georg Jensen Brooch Double Tulip Design
Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1908.
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
Design No: 100
Size: 1½ins. x 1¼ ins. (3.6 cm x 3.1 cm)


SOLD

Note: This beautiful brooch is signed on the back GEORG JENSEN STERLING DENMARK 925 and a mould number of 100B. It is one of the earliest Georg Jensen designs and is a perfect example of the work of this noted designer. It features 2 tulips entwined in a stylized brooch. It is a must to add to any collection of Georg Jensen silver jewellery.

Ref: TE756 SOLD

Georg Jensen Flower Basket Brooch
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Georg Jensen Flower Basket Brooch
Design No. 67 designd by Georg Jensen c. 1909-14
Size: 2.25" x 1.5" (5.7 x 3.8 cms)
Manufactured: Post 1945
Price: On application

(Enquiries)

This Flower Basket brooch by Georg Jensen is one of his earliest designs. It is a very sought after piece of jewellery and is a rare item. The brooch is a wonderful example of the life and organic movement which Georg Jensen breathes into all his work. The stones include amethysts, moonstones and amber.

Ref. 752 Enquiries

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Georg Jensen Sterling Crucifix
Design No. 29
Size: 1¾ ins. x 1¾ ins.(4.2cm x 4.2cm)
Manufactured: 1905 to 15 (the old GI mark)


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This Crucifix was made in the early days of Georg Jensen first workshop, which he set up in 1904 in Copenhagen. He had only one apprentice to help him at this time, so it is quite likely this item was actually handled by Georg Jensen himself. The Cross has a very strong Celtic influence and shows that Georg Jensen was very much aware of other designers of his time, such as Archibald Knox.

Ref. 744 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Bracelet with Dove & Moonstones
Design No. 123
Size: 7 ins. (18 cm) long x 1 ins. (2.6 cm) wide
Designed by Christian Mohl-Hansen & Georg Jensen c. 1909
Manufactured: Post 1945
Condition: Excellent
SOLD

This beautiful bracelet is in pristine condition and is another heirloom piece from the Georg Jensen Silversmithy. Georg Jensen breathed life into the silver he worked with and the blue light of the moonstones perfectly complements the glow of the silver.
Ref. 737A SOLD

Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Tulip Bracelet
Design No. 93
Size: 7 ins. (18cm) x 2 ins. (5 cm)
Manufactured: Post 1945

SOLD


This Tulip bracelet, Design No. 93, is a very attractive piece of jewellery. It is possibly designed by Henning Koppel. It embraces all the elements of the Georg Jensen design which is to embody the organic feel of plant life in the simplest form.

  SOLD

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Georg Jensen Brooch/Pendant with Dove & Moonstones
with Georg Jensen chain (24 ins.)
Design No. 123
Size: 2 ins. (5cm) diameter
Designed by Christian Mohl-Hansen & Georg Jensen c. 1909
Manufactured: Post 1945
Condition: Excellent
SOLD
The Georg Jensen iconic Dove was originally produced by the artist, Christian Mohl-Hansen. However, Jensen seeing its potential, bought the design from the artist c. 1909 and used it in his own creations. It became one of the most enduring symbols of the Georg Jensen Silversmithy.

This lovely moonstone brooch is dual purpose and can also be worn as a pendant.

Ref. 739 SOLD

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Aries Pewter Pendant by Jorgen Jensen
Design No. 343
Size: 1¼ ins. (3.5cm) diameter
Designed by: Jorgen Jensen c. 1960
SOLD

Jorgen Jensen was the Georg Jensen's second son and also a silversmith. He trained as a goldsmith and studied at the City School of Arts and Crafts in Munich. He then trained at the Georg Jensen silversmithy and was a member of the company from 1917 to 1923. Thereafter until 1936 he owned his own workshop in Stockholm but rejoined Georg Jensen in 1936 and worked as a silversmith there until 1962.
He designed jewellery and hollowware and his pieces show an evolution from the early forms that are reminiscent of Johan Rohde to straighter lines and less ornamentation more closely resembling Sigvaard Bernadotte's work. Jorgen Jensen made a comprehensive range of pewter jewellery & carried on his fathers tradition of making quality affordable jewellery.
His work has been exhibited widely in Europe and North America. (Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver by Janet Drucker, Schiffer Books).
Ref: 743 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Brooch in Iron with Inlaid Silver
Designed by Arno Malinowski in early 1940's
Manufactured by Georg Jensen & Wendel 1945-51
Design No. 5002
Size: 2 ins x 2 ins (47mm x 47mm)
Signed: AM

SOLD


This beautiful brooch was inspired by the workmanship and craftsmanship of the hilts of the Japanese swords and this influenced Arno Malinowski to produce his 'Iron & Silver' range of jewellery and other items during the Second World War. Denmark's silver stocks were almost depleted as the importing of this precious metal was prevented during that time. This range of jewellery was the perfect solution and also produced wornderful collector's items.

Ref: NY517 SOLD

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Aksel Holmsen Sapphire Blue Guilloché Enamel & Silver Brooch
Designed by: Aksel Holmsen c. 1950
Mark: Crossed Jewellers Bench Tools
Size: 1.75 ins. (45mm) across
SOLD


The Aksel Holmsen Smithy, located in Sandefjord, Norway, since 1932, is best known for silver and enamel floral brooches made in the 1950s and abstract grids with enamel made in the 1960s. The maker's mark for this workshop is crossed jeweler's bench tools.

Aksel Holmsen continues the long tradition of superb enamel and silver jewellery which Norway has been famous for many generations.

Ref. RD719 SOLD
Georg Jensen ‘Kneeling Deer’ Pendant & Chain

Georg Jensen Kneeling Deer Pendant & Chain
Design No. 95
Size: 1¾ ins.(4cm) x 1¼ ins.(3.5cm) Chain: 18 ins. (46cm)
Designed by: Arno Malinowski
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
SOLD


Arno Malinowski (1899 to 1976) was a successful silver designer, sculptor, ceramist, engraver and medallist. He worked for Georg Jensen from 1936 to 1944 and again from 1949 to 1965. His jewellery often includes detailed designs of animals. Like many of the designers who worked for Georg Jensen, Malinowski participated in many exhibitions and won numerous awards for his designs.
The Kneeling Deer design is one of Arno Malinowskis most popular and enduring masterpieces. The pendant version is much rarer than the brooch.

Ref: DBB710 SOLD
Modernist Necklace with Pendant by Ib Bluitgen
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Modernist Necklace with Pendant by Ib Bluitgen
Sterling Silver
Size of Pendant: 2.2 ins.(55mm) Wide x 2 ins.(51mm) Height
Length of Chain: 23.5 ins.(590mm)
Date of Manufacture: 1960-70


SOLD


Ib Bluitgen (born 1921) trained as a silversmith at the Georg Jensen Silversmithy and was awarded a silver medal, the top honour. Like Georg Jensen, he studied as a sculptor from 1945 to 1948 and worked in the Georg Jensen Silversmithy from 1948 to 1962, becoming the Head of the design department in 1950. His designs are fresh and modern. Ib Bluitgen opened his own studio in 1961. His work is shown worldwide at museums and prestigious exhibitions throughout Europe and North America. (Georg Jensen Silversmith 77 Artists, 75 years).

Ref: IGA718 SOLD

 

Georg Jensen ‘Puzzle’ Bangle

SOLD

 

Georg Jensen Puzzle Bangle
Designed by: Hans Hansen
Signed: HAH
Size: 2¼ ins.x 2¼ ins. (60mm x 60mm)
7.2 insCircumference (185mm)
SOLD


Hans Hansen (1884-1940) started his own silversmithy in the 1920s in a reaction against the mechanised production of silver flatware. His son, Gustav Hansen, took over the silversmithy when his Father, Hans Hansen died in 1940, aged only 56.

The company was taken over by the Royal Scandinavia Group in 1991 and thus incorporated into Georg Jensen.

Ref: LO662 SOLD

 

Georg Jensen ‘Mobius’ Bangle

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Georg Jensen Mobius Bangle
Designed by: Vivianna Torun Bülow Hübe
In 1968. Signed: Torun Size: Inside 2¾ ins. x 2¼ ins. (69mm x 59mm)
Large


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ated assymetric, fluid forms in silver combined with semi-precious stones and pebbles, she created jewellery that strongly broke with tradition. Torun joined the Georg Jensen Silversmithy in the mid 1950s and continued Georg Jensens aspirations to create innovative designs of sculptural forms.

This bangle is an example of her creativity to recreate the flow of water in silver which moulds to the form of the body.

Ref: 728 SOLD
Aksel Holmsen White Guilloché Enamel & Silver Brooch
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Aksel Holmsen White Guilloché Enamel & Silver Brooch
Designed by: Aksel Holmsen c. 1950
Mark: Crossed Jewellers Bench Tools
Size: 1.75 ins.(45mm) across

SOLD


The Aksel Holmsen Smithy, located in Sandefjord, Norway, since 1932, is best known for silver and enamel floral brooches made in the 1950s and abstract grids with enamel made in the 1960s. The maker's mark for this workshop is crossed jeweler's bench tools.

Aksel Holmsen continues the long tradition of superb enamel and silver jewellery which Norway has been famous for many generations.

Ref: 717 SOLD
Georg Jensen ‘Hearts’ Bracelet
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Georg Jensen Hearts Bracelet
Design No. 98
Size: 7 ins. (18cm) x ¾ ins. (2cm)
Designed by Arno Malinowski c. 1944
Date of Manufacture: 1945

£695
SOLD
Note: This is a very pretty bracelet and an unusual design not often seen in the reference books. Arno Malinowski (1899 to 1976) was a successful silver designer and sculptor. He worked for the Georg Jensen Co. from 1936 to 44 and again from 1949 to 1965, creating designs for jewellery and hollowware. Although he did many designs of animals, such as his Kneeling Deer and Dolphins designs, this bracelet is one of a series he did of abstract designs. Malinowski participated in many prestigious exhibitions and won numerous awards for his work. (Ref. Georg Jensen Silversmith 77 Artists, 75 years by Renwick Gallery).

Ref: 868 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Book Mark & Letter Opener
Design No. 108
Size: 5” (12 cm) long x ¾” (2cm) wide Chain: 10” (25.5cm)
Designed by: Henry Pilstrup 1890 – 1967
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
SOLD

Henry Pilstrup was with Georg Jensen from the very beginning of his workshop and joined as an apprentice at the age of 14 in 1904. He worked his way up very quickly, executing a large part of the jewellery, and became foreman of the workshop. Henry Pilstrup was one of the principal designers of the early Jensen pieces.

The book mark and letter opener is an unusual piece and is not often available on the open market. This is a great opportunity to acquire a rare piece of Georg Jensen/Henry Pilstrup design

Ref: SS709 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Sea Shell Brooch
Design No. 246
Size 1¼ ins. x 1¼ ins. (3cm x 3cm)
Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1904
Date of Manufacture: post 1945
Price: £175

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Note: The Sea Shell is a very early design of Georg Jensen, which he originally used for a belt buckle design. The brooch has simple flowing lines which embodies Georg Jensens love of the natural form. He took his inspiration from the world of nature and transformed everyday objects into works of art.

Ref: JR715 Enquiries

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Jorgen Jensen Pewter Owls Pendant & Chain
Design No. 76
Size: Pendant: 2ins. (5cm) Diameter
Chain: 28 ins. (35cm)
Designed by: Jorgen Jensen (2nd son of Georg Jensen)
c. 1950s
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Jorgen Jensen (1895 to 1966), second son of Georg Jensen, followed in his Fathers footsteps and also became a Silversmith, and, like his Father, served his apprenticeship with a Goldsmith. After he qualified after training with a German Goldsmith in Munich, he joined his father’s company in 1917 to 1923. He then started his own workshop in Stockholm, which continued until 1936, but he rejoined his Fathers company, the Georg Jensen Silversmithy, until 1962,

Jorgen Jensen continued his Father’s tradition of making things that were affordable, so he also made items out of pewter, as gold and silver became more and more expensive. His work reflects his father’s talent, but I think there is also humour in his work, which is delightful.

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Georg Jensen Silver Brooch with Amber
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Georg Jensen Silver Brooch with Amber Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1910
Design No.: 109
Size: 1” (2.5cm) x ¾ “ (2cm)
Manuf: Post 1945
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A beautiful and unusual brooch designed by Georg Jensen, illustrating his genius and the organic Arts & Crafts design which he was famous for. His work lives on as a living memorial to his incredible talent.
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Georg Jensen Silver Bangle with Turquoise
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Georg Jensen Silver Bangle with Turquoise Cabouchon Design No. 188
Manuf: Post 1945
Size: Adjustable
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This bangle, which is marked with the Georg Jensen stamp,  appears to be a rare design.  Even after research, it is not clear who is the designer of this bangle, although it is reminiscent of the work of Vivianna Torun Bulow-Hübe.

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Rare Georg Jensen Cross with Silver & Lapis Lazuli Manuf. 1915 - 1930
Condition: Excellent
Size: Each one 2“ (5.2 cm) x 1 3/4” (4.5 cm)


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Georg Jensen took his inspiration from the natural world – he was also influenced by other artists of his time. He travelled extensively to all parts of Europe , including England , & America attending exhibitions to sell his work. He will have known and conversed with the other great names of the Arts & Crafts era, such as Archibald Knox of the Isle of Man. This cross clearly shows a Celtic influence which also moulded the art of Archibald Knox. Georg Jensen made this item with other gemstones. This cross is a rare and unusual piece of Georg Jensen design.

Ref: MK677/113 SOLD

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Georg Jensen ‘Leaf' Brooch with Moonstone (Early C20th Design by Georg Jensen)
Manuf. Post 1945
Condition: Excellent
Size: 1½ “ diameter (4 cm)
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This piece of jewellery is another wonderful example of Georg Jensen's design. He makes the flowers and leaves come alive. This is a lovely brooch and will be a joy to wear.

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Georg Jensen Gold ‘Tulip' Bracelet 18 ct
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Georg Jensen Gold ‘Tulip' Bracelet 18 ct Manufactured: Post 1945
Condition: Excellent
Size: 6 ½” (16.5 cm)
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This Georg Jensen bracelet is a quality item of Georg Jensen design and has a very good weight of 18 ct gold. It is fully stamped with the Georg Jensen mark (the name in a circle of dots) and also ‘750' for the 18 ct gold. This bracelet would make a lovely Christmas or Birthday present.

Ref:
JR668
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Georg Jensen Ring with Lapis Lazuli Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1905
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Georg Jensen Ring with Lapis Lazuli Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1905
Manufactured: Post 1945
Condition: Excellent
Size: ¾“ (2 cm) diameter. UK Size ‘G'
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This Georg Jensen ring is a delightful example of his work. The Lapis Lazuli has gold flecks in it. The ring is fully marked with the name Georg Jensen in a circle of dots and the shank is made from silver.

Ref:
DH664
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Georg Jensen Silver Crucifix
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Georg Jensen Silver Crucifix
Design No. 151A Pendant
Size: 50mm (2") x 57mm (2 1/4") with Belcher Chain 600mm (24") also Marked
Designed by: Henning Koppel
Manufactured: Post 1945
Price: £250

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Note: Henning Koppel was hired by the Georg Jensen company in 1949.  By the early 1940's Nordic jewellers had embraced 'Biomorphism' Biomorphist art focuses on the power of natural life and uses organic shapes, with shapeless and vaguely spherical hints of the forms of biology. Biomorphism has connections with Surrealism and Art Nouveau .  Henning Koppel and the term 'Biomorphism' have come to be virually synonymous.  His advant guard designs caused much intra-company controversy but now examples of Henning's work have become icons of mid 20th century jewellery design


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MPR655
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Georg Jensen Foliate Brooch
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Georg Jensen Foliate Brooch
Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1909
Date of Manufacture: 1915-30
Design No. 77 Size: 1” (2.5cm) x 1¼“ (3.2cm)
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This brooch was designed by Georg Jensen in the early part of his career. The curvaceous, foliate design shows perfectly Georg Jensen's love of nature which he transmits into all his work. This little brooch has escaped documentation in the major books on George Jensen's work so possibly is a rare design. It is clearly marked with the Georg Jensen stamp for 1915-30.

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Georg Jensen Bar Brooch with Flowers
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Georg Jensen Bar Brooch with Flowers
Manufactured: Post 1945
Size: 2” (5cm) x ½“ (1.2cm)
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This brooch is probably designed by Georg Jensen. The flowers are typical of his design. This is a beautiful brooch which is a statement of simplicity. The two flowers are pure in their design and full of movement, although made from inanimate silver. As always, Georg Jensen breaths life into the silver he worked with.
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Georg Jensen bracelet with fish charm
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Georg Jensen bracelet with fish charm.
Size: 7” x 1/5” (18 cm x .5 cm) Fish: 9/10” x 1/5” (2 cm x 1 cm)
Designed by: Harry Pilstrup early C20th
Manufactured: Post 1945
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Note: This charming bracelet was designed by Harry Pilstrup. He was Georg Jensen's first apprentice when Georg Jensen started his workshop in 1904. Harry Pilstrup stayed with the company for a long time after Georg Jensen's death (1935) until his retirement in 1957. This dynamic & popular little fish has appeared on many different items in the Georg Jensen range, including letter ope ners/book marks, dressing table ware & tureens.
Ref:
LF638
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Georg Jensen 'Tulip' Brooch with Turquoise Cabouchon
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Georg Jensen 'Tulip' Brooch with Turquoise Cabouchon Size: 1” x 1.5” (3.2 x 2.6 cm)
Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1904
Manufactured: 1933-44
Design No. 100A
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Note: This delightful tulip brooch is one of Georg Jensen's hallmark designs and its popularity has never waned over the years. The brooch was manufactured with many different cabouchons including moonstones, coral, rose quartz and others. Each brooch is hand crafted from a raw piece of silver.

Ref:
SCG606A
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Georg Jensen Silver & Moonstone Bracelet with Birds Size: 7.5”x 3/5” (19 cm x 1.5 cm)
Designed by Georg Jensen early C20th.
Manufactured: Post 1945
Design No. 24

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Note: This beautiful, tactile, bracelet is typical of the Georg Jensen organic design. He integrated the 'dove' design into various pieces of his jewellery output, including brooches, buckles, ear-rings and rings, using many different stones. He purchased the dove design from Christian Mohl-Hansen, the Danish painter, in the earliest days of his workshop and it became one of his most popular designs, illustrating his love of nature which influenced his work. (This bracelet also came in a 1” width – see 'Sold' items)

Ref:
AB643
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Enamel and Silver Gilt Pendand/brooch by AKSEL HOLMSEN of Norway c. 1930's.
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Enamel and Silver Gilt Pendand/brooch by AKSEL HOLMSEN of Norway c. 1930's.
Size: 3” x 1.5” (4 cm x 8 cm)
Designed by: Aksel Holmsen of Norway Date of Manufacture: c. 1932
Condition: Excellent
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Note: This is an absolutely stunning & rare triple enamel & silver gilt pendant/brooch designed by Aksel Holmsen of Sandefjord, Norway (Workshop began in 1932 up to 1969) Aksel Holmsen was one of the group of gifted Norwegian designers, which also included David Andersen & Marius Hammer, who excelled in enamelling work and gave Norway its present reputation for excelling in the production of enamelled jewellery. Aksel also produced cutlery, i.e. spoons, and many items of jewellery such as butterfly brooches & buckles. (The Aksel Holmsen mark is represented by two 'W's on their side, as shown in photos and below).

Ref:
JO651
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Georg Jensen Bracelet with Carnelians

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Georg Jensen Bracelet with Carnelians
Design No. 3
Length: 7” (18cm)(not including clasp)
Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1905
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

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This bracelet is one of Georg Jensen's earliest designs (No. 3) which was produced c. 1905, only a year after he set up his first workshop in Copenhagen with just one employee, a journeyman silversmith, Otto Frus, then was soon joined by a 14 year old apprentice, Henry Pilstrup, and a 'chaser', Georg Nilson. Henry stayed with Georg Jensen the whole of his working life. The tiny workshop, as a result of its combination of artistic designs and superb craftmanship, quickly became a large firm with an international repution.  The design of this bracelet is typical of the beautiful organic design with flowing lines which is the hallmark of Georg Jensen's early work. It is a classical piece and a wonderful example of Georg Jensen's craftmanship.

Ref:
JV636
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Georg Jensen Foliate Ear-rings
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Georg Jensen Foliate Ear-rings (for pierced ears)
Size: ¾ ” (2cm) Diameter
Design No. 93
Designed by Georg Jensen c. 1905
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945


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These ear-rings were designed to compliment the brooch, design no. 20. Both the brooch and the ear-rings are of one of Georg Jensen's earliest foliate designs, in which he breathes life into the inanimate mass of the silver metal.

Ref: GI608B SOLD
Georg Jensen Foliate Brooch
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Georg Jensen Foliate Brooch
Size: 1 ¾ ” (4.4cm)
Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1905
Design No. 20
Date of Manufacture: Post 1

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Georg Jensen was incredibly imaginative and prolific designer. Designs seemed to flow from him in the form of sketches drawn on virtually any piece of paper within reach. Georg Jensen drew on miscellaneous pieces of paper, including caf é newspapers, old envelopes, silversmithy stationery, backs of invoices, invitations, etc:-

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Georg Jensen Brooch 'Deer with Ivy'

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Georg Jensen Brooch 'Lamb with Ivy' designed by Arno Malinowski (1899 – 1976)
Design No. 311
Size: Diameter: 2” (5cm) High x 2” (5cm) Wide. Designed:1942
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945


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Arno Malinowski worked at the Georg Jensen Silversmithy from 1936-1944 and again from 1949-65. He gained his artistic inspiration from Japanese art for many of his designs and this can be clearly seen. The “Lamb with Ivy” is one of his more unusual designs and has proved very popular. His jewellery design is very distinctive and he often included stylized birds and animals. Other popular brooches by Arno Malinowski are 'Kneeling Deer', 'Two Butterflies' 'Sheep with Enamelled Hearts' were just a few of the many he produced. His work was shown in numerous exhibitions in Denmark and abroad.

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Georg Jensen Butterfly Brooch
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Georg Jensen Butterfly Brooch
Designed by Arno Malinowski (1899 – 1976)
Design No. 283
Size: Diameter: 2¼“ (5.5 cms)
Designed: 1933-44
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945

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Arno Malinowski worked at the Georg Jensen Silversmithy from 1936-1944 and again from 1949-65. He gained his artistic inspiration from Japanese art for many of his designs and this can be clearly seen. The “Butterfly” brooch has become a classic among his designs, along with the “Kneeling Deer” brooch.
Arno Malinowski became famous for his design of the royal emblem, the 'Kongemaeket', which was designed for His Majesty King Christian Xth of Denmark to celebrate his 70 th birthday on September 26 th , 1940. The Jensen firm sold 1.3 million pieces of this emblem and wearing it became a badge of the resistance and unity for the Danish people during the war.

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Georg Jensen Bracelet with Amber
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Georg Jensen Bracelet with Amber, known as a 'Paris Design' Design No. 30 Size: Length 8” (20.2 cm) with safety catch Designed by: Georg Jensen in Paris 1925-6
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945


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Note: In late 1924 Georg Jensen, then aged 58, decided to move to Paris to re-start his workshop in an effort to recreate the early days of his career. He was disillusioned at the way his company based in Denmark had been taken out of his hands, and he felt he no longer had any real influence on its direction.
He took 5 silversmiths with him to set up his workshop in Paris. However, the venture was short lived and in 1926 he returned to Copenhagen. Whilst in Paris he made some large pieces of holloware, including 2 wine coolers which were eagerly snapped up by his customers.  He also made some jewellery, now known as his 'Paris Designs'. 
This bracelet is a stunning piece of Georg Jensen's work. His fanatical attention to detail and ability to bring the silver 'alive' is clearly evident in this beautiful bracelet. The warm glow of the amber perfectly complements the cool tones of the silver. This piece is without doubt an heirloom for future generations. 

Ref: GJ335 SOLD

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Georg Jensen Brooch with Synthetic Sapphires and Moonstone drops.
Design No. 153 Size: Width 1.25” (3 cm) x Length 2” (5.2 cm) including drops. Each drop measures ¾” (2 cm).
Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1915
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
Price: £1,950

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Note: A large number of Jensen's jewellery designs have remained popular through the years since they were introduced and some are still in production today. Georg Jensen's attention to detail, such as the surface patina and clasp detail, are indications of his superior workmanship. This unusual brooch, design no. 153, is reminiscent of a peacock's flowing tail and head feathers. Many pieces could be ordered either in all silver or with different stones. Another version of this brooch with green cabouchons is on page 93 of Janet Drucker's book, ‘Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver' (Schiffer).

Ref: DEN 489 Enquiries

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Georg Jensen Bird Brooch with Moonstones designed by Georg Jensen.
Design No. 123. Size: 1.75" (4.5cm) diameter.
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945.

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Note: Georg Jensen purchased the 'dove design' from Christian Mohl-Hansen, the Danish painter, (produced originally c.1904-7).  Georg Jensen then made many variations of this design with a different variety of agates and it became one of the smithy's most popular productions.

Ref:
JL552
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Georg Jensen Bracelet with flowers and moonstones

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Georg Jensen Bracelet with flowers and moonstones.
Design No. 4
Size: 7" x .75" (175 cm x 2 cm). Designed by: Georg Jensen early C20th.
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
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Note: Georg Jensen designed a variety of bracelets using the flower and the bird motifs.  These were his trade mark and are typical of the 'Arts & Crafts' style.  All the jewellery he designed is of excellent quality and design.  They are heirlooms of the future

Ref: WD390 SOLD

Georg Jensen Silver & Green Onyx 3 piece set, designed by G Jensen using Christian Mohl-Hansen's 'Dove Design' 1933-44.
Georg Jensen Green Onyx Brooch with bird
Georg Jensen Green Onyx Ring
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Georg Jenson Bracelet, Ring & Brooch set with Birds & Green Onyx
Design Nos. Bracelet: No. 14, Brooch: No. 209, Ring: No. 62
Size: Bracelet: 7" x .75" (8 cm x 2 cm). Brooch: 1.75" x  1.25" (4.5 cm x 3.2 cm) Ring: Diameter: .75" (2 cm) Ring Mount: .8" x .5" (2.2 cm x 1.2 cm)
Designed by: Georg Jensen in early C20th.
Date of Manufacture: 1933 - 44
Ref: HUD 234 (Bracelet), 235 (Ring) & 236 (Brooch).

Note: This is a set of the famous Georg Jensen 'Dove' design with Green Onyx cabouchons.  The set has come from Denmark and is purportedly have been owned by a niece of Arno Malinowski.  (There is no documentary evidence to support this and, as the earliest date the set could have been manufactured is 1933, it would have been purchased just before Georg Jensen died in 1935).  However, the marks on the bracelet are unusual in that the 'GJ' has been stamped twice on the bracelet.  I feel it is important that this set stay together if possible.

Ref: HUD234 HUD235
HUD236
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Georg Jensen Silver and Moonstone necklace (
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Georg Jensen Moonstone & Silver Necklace & Bracelet Set.
Design No.: Necklace: No. 15  Bracelet: No. 11.
Size: Necklace: 14.75" x .5" (370 mm x 10 mm)
Bracelet: 7.25" x .5" (185 mm x10mm)
Designed by: Georg Jensen - Necklace c. 1914, Bracelet c. 1904. 
Named the 'Seed & Pod' design.
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
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Note: This lovely moonstone and silver bracelet & necklace set, names the 'Seed & Pod' design, is a beautiful example of Georg Jensen's work.  He gained his inspiration from the flora & fauna of the countryside around the town of Radvad where he was born in 1866 and grew up.  He spent his formative years playing in the woods and fields surrounding his home.  As a little boy he made models out of the mud he found when playing, and these gained him much praise, so his career as a sculptor and silversmith was begun.
He was able to breathe life into inaminate materials and made them into his own unique works of art.  These are now loved and admired all over the world.

Ref: TA252.
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Georg Jensen Lapis Lazuli drop ear-rings. Post 1945.

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Georg Jensen Lapis Lazuli Ear-rings.
Design No. 9 (with screw fittings)
Size: 2" long (50 mm) .25" width (7 mm)
Designed by: Georg Jensen c.1904.
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
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Note: These ear-rings are each made from a large piece of Lapis Lazuli, which is then honed down to make the long tear drop which emerges from the centre of stone.  Lapis Lazuli is a beautiful deep blue agate which is flecked with gold (this can be seen in the photo of the detail of the ear-rings).
These ear-rings are another example of inspired art of Georg Jenson

Ref.
FBG254
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A Georg Jensen Silver & Moonstone Brooch c. 1925.

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Georg Jensen Silver Bar Brooch with Moonstone Design No. 117
Size: 2.75" x .75" (7 cm x 2 cm)
Designed by: Georg Jensen in early C20th. Date of Manufacture: 1915-27
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Ref. HUD196
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A Georg Jensen Silver & Moonstone Brooch post



Georg Jensen Silver Fillligree Brooch with Moonstones
Design No. 184
Size: 1.75" x .5" (5.2 cm x .7 cm)
Designed by: Georg Jensen in early C20th.
Date of Manufacture: Post 1945
Price: £325

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Ref.
HAR276

Georg Jensen bracelet with birds and moonstones.

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Georg Jensen bracelet with birds and moonstones.
Design No. 12.
Size: 7" x 1" (175 cm x 2.5 cm).
Designed by: Georg Jensen c. 1904-10
Date of Manufacture: 1915 - 30.
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Note: This bracelet is a beautiful example of George Jensens art.  He integrated the 'dove' design into various pieces of his jewellery output, including brooches, buckles, ear-rings and rings, using many different stones. He purchased the dove design from Christian Mohl-Hansen, the Danish painter, in the earliest days of his workshop and it became one of his most popular designs.
This bracelet has a romantic inscription on it dated 1941 (A war time token of love?).

Ref:
EB369
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Brooch designed by Georg Jensen with green crystophase. Design No: 66

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Brooch designed by Georg Jensen with green crystophase. Design No: 66
Size: 3/4" x 1 1/8" (2 cm x 3 cm)
 Date of Manufacture: 1915-1930
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Note: This brooch is dated from the early days of Georg Jensen's workshop and is typical of his unique 'Arts & Crafts' style with flowers and leaves entwined.  This brooch is an unusual example of Georg Jensen's work. 

 
Ref:
SC523  
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