Since 1904 Georg Jensen's timeless Scandinavian designs have graced tables around the world. For over a century, Jensen has produced some of the finest objects in Scandinavian modern designs in silverware. Growing up close to forests and lakes just north of Copenhagen, nature was a primary source of inspiration. Fruits, blossoms, leaves, and organic shapes would be a constant thread throughout his designs. His obituary in the New York Herald Tribune hailed him has the greatest silversmith of the last 300 years – his legacy as a design innovator living on today.
The Acorn sterling cutlery pattern was designed in 1915 by, Johan Rohde and is a prime example of Jensen's organic and timeless design aesthetic and continues to be one of Jensen's most exclusive patterns.
Sterling silver oval shaped napkin rings done in the acorn pattern.
Metal: 925 sterling silver
Dimensions: 7/16 inch (L) x 1 29/32 inch (W) x 1 inch (D)
Markings: '925.S', 'DENMARK', 'GJ', 'STERLING', '110B'
Mid-Century Georg Jensen Sterling Napkin Ring 110B (C. 1933-1944)
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