Henning Koppel

(1918 – 1981)

Henning Koppel was a Danish artist and designer. He is most known for his work for Georg Jensen in the years after World War II. As a result of his Jewish background, Koppel had seek refuge in Sweden during World War II In Stockholm where he resided in 1943-44, he attracted considerable attention for his work as a jewellery designer for Svenskt Tenn. Back in Denmark in 1945, he obtained a contract with Georg Jensen. a collaboration that lasted throughout the rest of his life. His work was rewarded with a gold medals on three Milan Triennials in a eow in (1951, 1954 and 1957). His designs for Georg Jensen included both hollowware, jewellery and flatware patterns suh as Caravel (silver, 1957) and New York (steel, 1963).[2]

 

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