Geog Jensen Archives

Ibe Dahlquist For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet Model 192A – Réf 0092 –  – SOLD

Ibe Dahlquist For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet Model 192A – Réf 0092 – – SOLD

Ibe Dahlquist For Georg Jensen Silver Cuff Bangle – Réf 0085 – SOLD

Ibe Dahlquist For Georg Jensen Silver Cuff Bangle – Réf 0085 – SOLD

Ibe Dahlquist for Georg Jensen Silver Necklace Model 153   – Réf 0074 – SOLD

Ibe Dahlquist for Georg Jensen Silver Necklace Model 153 – Réf 0074 – SOLD

Nanna Ditzel For Georg Jensen Gold Bracelet Model 1111 – Réf 0067 –  SOLD

Nanna Ditzel For Georg Jensen Gold Bracelet Model 1111 – Réf 0067 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen For Georg Jensen Silver And Spectrolite Ring Model 176 – Réf 0065 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen For Georg Jensen Silver And Spectrolite Ring Model 176 – Réf 0065 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen for Georg Jensen silver ring model 175 – Réf 0062 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen for Georg Jensen silver ring model 175 – Réf 0062 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen for Georg Jensen silver and spectrolite ring model 171 – Réf 0059 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen for Georg Jensen silver and spectrolite ring model 171 – Réf 0059 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen for Georg Jensen silver and lapis lazuli ring model 179 – Réf 0058 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen for Georg Jensen silver and lapis lazuli ring model 179 – Réf 0058 – SOLD

Kim Naver For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet Model 254 – Réf 0045 –  SOLD

Kim Naver For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet Model 254 – Réf 0045 – SOLD

Nanna Ditzel For Georg Jensen Silver Necklace Model 141A – Réf 0022 –  SOLD

Nanna Ditzel For Georg Jensen Silver Necklace Model 141A – Réf 0022 – SOLD

Nanna Ditzel For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet and Necklace Model 165 – Réf 0021 – SOLD

Nanna Ditzel For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet and Necklace Model 165 – Réf 0021 – SOLD

Henning Koppel For Georg Jensen Silver Necklace Model 130B – Réf 0018 – SOLD

Henning Koppel For Georg Jensen Silver Necklace Model 130B – Réf 0018 – SOLD

Henning Koppel For Georg Jensen « Amoeba » Silver Bracelet Model 89 – Réf 0017 – SOLD

Henning Koppel For Georg Jensen « Amoeba » Silver Bracelet Model 89 – Réf 0017 – SOLD

Flemming Eskildsen For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet Model 125 – Réf 0012 – SOLD

Flemming Eskildsen For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet Model 125 – Réf 0012 – SOLD

Ernst Forsmann For Georg Jensen Silver Modernist Bracelet Model 191 – Réf 0011 – SOLD

Ernst Forsmann For Georg Jensen Silver Modernist Bracelet Model 191 – Réf 0011 – SOLD

Bente Bonne For Georg Jensen Silver Enamel Necklace Model 120 – Réf 009 –  SOLD

Bente Bonne For Georg Jensen Silver Enamel Necklace Model 120 – Réf 009 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen For Georg Jensen Silver Ring With Labradorite Model 170 – Réf 008 – SOLD

Bent Gabrielsen For Georg Jensen Silver Ring With Labradorite Model 170 – Réf 008 – SOLD

Arno Malinowski For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet – Réf 003 – SOLD

Arno Malinowski For Georg Jensen Silver Bracelet – Réf 003 – SOLD

Astrid Fog For Georg Jensen Silver Necklace Model 235 – Réf 002 – SOLD

Astrid Fog For Georg Jensen Silver Necklace Model 235 – Réf 002 – SOLD

Astrid Fog For Georg Jensen Silver And Enamel Necklace Model 238 – Réf 001 – SOLD

Astrid Fog For Georg Jensen Silver And Enamel Necklace Model 238 – Réf 001 – SOLD

Georg Arthur Jensen

(1866 – 1935)

Danish silversmith Georg Arthur Jensen (1866 – 1935), famed for his Art Nouveau silverware creations, made his first piece of jewellery in 1899. In 1904, he risked a small capital he had and opened his own little silversmithy at 36 Bredgade in Copenhagen. Jensen’s training in metal smithing 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 Art Nouveau creations caught the eye of the public and his success was assured. The Copenhagen quarters were greatly expanded and before the end of the 1920’s, Jensen had opened retail in Berlin (1909), London (1921), and New York (1924). Georg Jensen served as director until 1924 and continued as creative leader until his death in 1935. The company is now 114 years old and the headquarters is still in Copenhagen in Denmark.
Since the beginning until now, the company always worked in collaboration with the best artists designers and jewelers of their time.
(In 1980’, 77 artists have been identified in a book named « Georg Jensen Silversmith : 77 Artists, 75 years).

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