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  • Georg Jensen Indulgence Stainless Steel Snack Bowl
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    Georg Jensen Indulgence Stainless Steel Snack Bowl
    A bold, organic shape lends a distinctive air to this stainless steel bowl that is perfect for showcasing snacks or as a decorative statement piece. 7"W X 2"H X 5"D Stainless steel Hand wash Imported
  • Georg Jensen Helena Stainless Steel & Porcelain Sugar Bowl
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    Georg Jensen Helena Stainless Steel & Porcelain Sugar Bowl
    The gently sloping shape of this stainless steel sugar bowl topped with a porcelain lid is subtle and organic, a beautiful addition to any table setting or tea service. 5"W X 2"H X 5"D Stainless steel/porcelain Hand wash Imported
  • Georg Jensen Bloom Bowl, Large
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    Georg Jensen Bloom Bowl, Large
    Mirror-finished stainless steel serving pieces designed by Helle Damkjaer for Georg Jensen perfectly combine organic and modern design elements. Stainless steel. Hand wash. Imported. 5.5"H.
  • Georg Jensen Leaf Dish, Set of 3
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    Georg Jensen Leaf Dish, Set of 3
    Georg Jensen's organic LEAF bowl collection is inspired by the jungles of South East Asia. Crafted in polished stainless steel, this collection is sold as a set of three. Stainless steel. Hand wash. Imported. Small is 2.75" x 6.5" x 3.5"; medium is 3.5" x 7.3" x 4.3"; large is 4" x 9" x 5"
  • Georg Jensen Small Bloom Bowl
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    Georg Jensen Small Bloom Bowl
    Mirror-finished stainless steel serving pieces designed by Helle Damkjaer for Georg Jensen perfectly combine organic and modern design elements. Stainless steel. Hand wash. Imported. 4.3"H.
  • Georg Jensen Petite Bloom Bowl
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    Georg Jensen Petite Bloom Bowl
    Mirror-finished stainless steel serving pieces designed by Helle Damkjaer for Georg Jensen perfectly combine organic and modern design elements. Stainless steel. Hand wash. Imported. 3"H.
  • Rebecca Uth Nutcracker and Oak bowl
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    Rebecca Uth Nutcracker and Oak bowl
    Inspired in part by an old Scandinavian winter tradition, this stainless steel nutcracker and wooden bowl combine elegant design with life’s simple pleasures. Constructed to fit the hand perfectly with its long and sleek design the Nutcracker makes it easy for even a child to crack a nut. The characteristic shape is repeated in the design of the bowl – its fine curves and craftsmanship transform natural materials into something utterly sophisticated. Burnished to a fine grain and smooth finish, the wood retains its organic qualities – and reminds us that masterful simplicity can be much more powerful than embellishment. The stainless steel nutcracker is long and sleek, a sharp counterpoint to the conical, sloping curves of the bowl. Together with the nuts themselves, these pieces come together in a tableau that is both contemporary and timeless. Design year: 2012. Materials: Stainless steel mirror finish and Oak Wood. Measurements: Bowl: H: 75 mm Ø: 188 mm. Nutcracker: L: 239 mm.
  • Georg Jensen GRAPE goblet 263A, amethyst
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    Georg Jensen GRAPE goblet 263A, amethyst
    The Grape design was first introduced with the Grape Bowls in 1918. The wine goblet on stem 263A was added to the selection in 1980 when it was decided to create this wine goblet based on the Grape Candlesticks. Three wine goblets were designed; one with amethyst, one with rubies and one in pure sterling silver. As most of Georg Jensen’s designs this wine goblets is in the Art Nouveau style with the characteristic ornamental curved lines, organic structures, decorative ornaments of flora and fauna, and the use of honest and skilfully crafted materials. Like a vine, the stem is twisted and uneven, and small bunches of grapes are hanging down pendulously. Also in these hollowware pieces Georg Jensen has incorporated the nature as decoration. The surface of the actual goblet and the foot has the characteristic hammer marks, which Georg Jensen used to softens the reflection of light in the silver in order to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. The Chaser has worked on the stem to make the pattern clearer and has also applied the hammer marks. Before soldering together the foot and the stem and then the goblet, the silversmith spends a significant amount of time lining up the pieces to make sure that the angles are absolutely perfect. The smallest inaccuracy will make the goblet look crooked. The small bunches of grapes are cast and polished individually and then soldered on the twisted branch – a heavy string of silver - which the silversmith has bent to fit underneath the goblet. The silversmith then solders the branch with the grapes onto the goblet. Design year: 1980. Materials: Sterling silver, amethyst. Measurements: H 17.2 cm / 6.77 inches Ø: 9 cm / 3.54 inches.
  • Georg Jensen BLOSSOM vegetable dish 2A
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    Georg Jensen BLOSSOM vegetable dish 2A
    As most of Georg Jensen’s designs this serving piece is in the Art Nouveau style with the characteristic ornamental curved lines, organic structures, decorative ornaments of flora and fauna, and the use of honest and skilfully crafted materials. As typical for Georg Jensen’s pieces the decoration is concentrated on the top of the lid and to the handles. Serving dish 2A is decorated with the Magnolia bud so very characteristic for Georg Jensen. The Magnolia has been in production from the beginning and its popularity is still growing. The flower bud was inspired by Japanese art, which uses the magnolia bud as a symbol of the month of May. The Magnolia – like the bunch of grapes - has become a symbol of the beautifully exuberant design of the founder of the company. The metal spinner starts out by raising the bowl and the lid of the serving dish from flat sheets of silver. When the centre of the lid has been raised, the chaser makes the motive underneath the floral decoration with his/her fine hammer and punches and then applies the hammer marks. The silversmith makes the hammer marks on the dish while the chaser hammers the lid. To ensure that the overall impression is the same the two craftsmen co-ordinate that their hammer marks are applied with the same strength and in the same pattern so that the look is soft and harmonious. The silversmith will build up the floral decoration on top of the lid piece by piece: Each lid is fitted especially for each dish. When the hammer marks are applied the silver will stretch slightly and therefore each dish will vary. It may be just 1 mm or less but it is enough for the lid not to fit perfectly unless it is fitted especially for the dish. The handles on Dish 2A also have the Magnolia blossom decoration in between the bowl and the strong solid rim of silver. The handle alone consists of 21 pieces. Design year: 1905. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 11.9 cm / 4.68 inches Ø: 24.1 cm / 9.48 inches.
  • Georg Jensen GRAPE goblet 263A
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    Georg Jensen GRAPE goblet 263A
    The Grape design was first introduced with the Grape Bowls in 1918. The wine goblet on stem 263A was added to the selection in 1980 when it was decided to create this wine goblet based on the Grape Candlesticks. Three wine goblets were designed; one with amethyst, one with rubies and one in pure sterling silver. As most of Georg Jensen’s designs this wine goblets is in the Art Nouveau style with the characteristic ornamental curved lines, organic structures, decorative ornaments of flora and fauna, and the use of honest and skilfully crafted materials. Like a vine, the stem is twisted and uneven, and small bunches of grapes are hanging down pendulously. Also in these hollowware pieces Georg Jensen has incorporated the nature as decoration. The surface of the actual goblet and the foot has the characteristic hammer marks, which Georg Jensen used to softens the reflection of light in the silver in order to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. The Chaser has worked on the stem to make the pattern clearer and has also applied the hammer marks. Before soldering together the foot and the stem and then the goblet, the silversmith spends a significant amount of time lining up the pieces to make sure that the angles are absolutely perfect. The smallest inaccuracy will make the goblet look crooked. The small bunches of grapes are cast and polished individually and then soldered on the twisted branch – a heavy string of silver - which the silversmith has bent to fit underneath the goblet. The silversmith then solders the branch with the grapes onto the goblet. Design year: 1980. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H 17.2 cm / 6.77 inches Ø: 9 cm / 3.54 inches.
  • Helle Damkjær INDULGENCE champagne cooler
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    Helle Damkjær INDULGENCE champagne cooler
    The INDULGENCE champagne cooler chills champagne in style. The Georg Jensen INDULGENCE was born out of a love of entertaining. Few things start a dinner party off on the right foot better than a sparkly glass of champagne. The champagne cooler ensures that your bubbly is kept cool until the moment that you pop the cork and remains cool once you have poured the first glass. The champagne cooler is made of polished stainless steel and looks beautiful sitting on a dining table or sidebar. Its elliptical opening looks organic and the slant of the cooler holds the bottle at the perfect angle for easy removal and replacement. A special champagne cooler for any occasion. Design Year: 2008. Materials: Stainless steel. Measurements: H: 225 mm, W: 280 mm, D: 155 mm.
  • SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID bowl - medium
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    SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID bowl - medium
    Liquid makes sculpture functional. The shapes of the bowls and tray are organic, as if formed by gravity. With their elegant sheen and sensual slopes, these pieces prove that asymmetry does not preclude perfection. With their spacious serving area, they make a grand entrance at a gathering - when empty, they can be used as decorative items to bring the dynamic shine of liquid metal to any surface. Introduced in 2011. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: Ø 278 mm x H 80 mm.
  • Georg Jensen BLOSSOM coffee pot 2D
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    Georg Jensen BLOSSOM coffee pot 2D
    Georg Jensen’s very first tea and coffee set takes a number of figures from nature and combines them into a new organic form. Low and stout, with toad’s feet and a magnolia blossom on top this merging of elements was typical of Georg Jensen’s work with flora and fauna. He removed the elements he found fascinating from their natural context and incorporated them in his designs, making them come alive in an imaginative and whimsical way. The flower bud was inspired by Japanese art, which uses the magnolia bud as a symbol of the month of May. The toad is also known in Japan and is a symbol of luck. This set is one of the most typical Art Nouveau of all Georg Jensen’s works because its basic shape is designed as something from nature, not just decorated with natural elements as an afterthought. As typical for Georg Jensen’s pieces the decoration was applied to the top and the bottom of the pieces. The surface of the coffee and tea service is covered with delicate hammer marks – a distinct Georg Jensen style - which softens the reflected light to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. Originally the service was made with ivory handles, but since the embargo on trade with ivory, to save the elephants, the service has been made with ebony only. Ebony wood is a very hard type of wood. The wooden carver makes each handle especially for the individual pot and creamer. The socket – the small piece where the handle is attached - is handmade and thus may vary slightly from pot to pot - it may be only a 1/10 of a millimetre – but still each handle must be fitted specifically for the individual pot. The silversmith applies the hammer marks to the body of the pieces and solders on the feet as well as the socket to hold the handle and the spout. The spout of the coffee and teapot is made from a flat piece of silver which is bendt around, soldered and then shaped. Before soldering on the spout, holes for the liquid to run through are drilled in the body, and the silversmith will measure and mark precisely where the spout and handle are to be placed – the slightest inaccuracy will make the pot pour askew. Design year: 1905. Materials: Sterling silver, ebony. Measurements: H: 21 cm / 8.26 inches V: 1.15 L / 38.8 ounces.
  • Georg Jensen BLOSSOM tea pot 2A
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    Georg Jensen BLOSSOM tea pot 2A
    Georg Jensen’s very first tea and coffee set takes a number of figures from nature and combines them into a new organic form. Low and stout, with toad’s feet and a magnolia blossom on top this merging of elements was typical of Georg Jensen’s work with flora and fauna. He removed the elements he found fascinating from their natural context and incorporated them in his designs, making them come alive in an imaginative and whimsical way. The flower bud was inspired by Japanese art, which uses the magnolia bud as a symbol of the month of May. The toad is also known in Japan and is a symbol of luck. This set is one of the most typical Art Nouveau of all Georg Jensen’s works because its basic shape is designed as something from nature, not just decorated with natural elements as an afterthought. As typical for Georg Jensen’s pieces the decoration was applied to the top and the bottom of the pieces. The surface of the coffee and tea service is covered with delicate hammer marks – a distinct Georg Jensen style - which softens the reflected light to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. Originally the service was made with ivory handles, but since the embargo on trade with ivory, to save the elephants, the service has been made with ebony only. Ebony wood is a very hard type of wood. The wooden carver makes each handle especially for the individual pot and creamer. The socket – the small piece where the handle is attached - is handmade and thus may vary slightly from pot to pot - it may be only a 1/10 of a millimetre – but still each handle must be fitted specifically for the individual pot. The silversmith applies the hammer marks to the body of the pieces and solders on the feet as well as the socket to hold the handle and the spout. The spout of the coffee and teapot is made from a flat piece of silver which is bendt around, soldered and then shaped. Before soldering on the spout, holes for the liquid to run through are drilled in the body, and the silversmith will measure and mark precisely where the spout and handle are to be placed – the slightest inaccuracy will make the pot pour askew. Design year: 1905. Materials: Sterling silver, ebony. Measurements: H: 10.5 cm / 4.13 inches Ø: 10.5 cm / 4.13 inches V: 0.3 L / 10.1 ounces.
  • Georg Jensen GRAPE pitcher 407A
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    Georg Jensen GRAPE pitcher 407A
    As most of Georg Jensen’s designs Pitcher 407A is in the Art Nouveau style with the characteristic ornamental curved lines, organic structures, decorative ornaments of flora and fauna, and the use of honest and skilfully crafted materials. The Grape Motif was first introduced in 1918 on the Grape Bowls. This Pitcher was designed just after the end of World War 1 (1914-1918 ) - a very rich period where unprecedented abundance of money circulated, trade flourished everywhere and the Silversmithy had a record turnover. During these years Georg Jensen created some hollowware pieces more richly decorated than normally seen from his side. These pieces have a touch of it – it is more distinct in the almost baroque Candelabra No. 383. However, very characteristic of Georg Jensen, he does show restraint in the use of decoration. The exquisite ornamentation is limited to the base leaving the rest of the item only decorated on the surface with hammer marks. The chaser has many hours of work on the base of the pitcher. When the chaser gets the base it is totally smooth so the first step is to draw the pattern to be chased with a pencil. This is necessary to ensure that the convex shaped squares have the exact same size and that the delicate pattern underneath the grapes is laid out correctly. Then the patient work with the hammer and the punches starts. The Pitcher 407A has an ebony handle carved with its own design and it is fitted especially for each individual pitcher. At the bottom of the base of the Pitcher you will find a rod – a strong ring of silver which has been soldered on to make the edge of the base strong and less vulnerable to dents. Design year: 1925. Materials: Sterling silver, ebony. Measurements: H: 23 cm / 9.05 inches.
  • Georg Jensen - HK Bonbonniere Turnip
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    Georg Jensen - HK Bonbonniere Turnip
    The HK Bonbonniere Turnip by Georg Jensen is a storage box that is absolutely up to date through its materials contrast. The Bonbonniere is suitable for sweets and candy as well as other small items like keys, cell phones, vallets or office accessories. The HK Bonbonniere Turnip of Georg Jensen presents itself in an absolute modern design that was created by the world-famous Danish designer Henning Koppel. At that time, Koppel established the so-called New Look with its organic forms and mirroring surfaces which left a lasting impression and had a great influence on the Scandinavian design of the post-war era. These shapes were also the basis for the HK Bonbonniere Turnip of Georg Jensen. The name of the HK Turnip storage box reveals its godfather: Turnip cabbage was the inspiration for the shape of the Bonbonniere by Georg Jensen. The combination of mirroring stainless steel with puristical oak wood is the epitome of modern material combinations that highlights effectively and strikingly the contrasts.
  • Henning Koppel Pitcher 992
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    Henning Koppel Pitcher 992
    Voluptuous and sculptural Koppel pitcher with organic swung lines. Today, Koppel’s precise curves are considered among this century’s best silver works. Design year: 1952. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 28.7 cm / 11.3 inches Ø: 21.8 cm / 8.58 inches V: 2 L / 67.6 ounces.
  • Georg Jensen GRAPE goblet 263A, rubies
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    Georg Jensen GRAPE goblet 263A, rubies
    The Grape design was first introduced with the Grape Bowls in 1918. The wine goblet on stem 263A was added to the selection in 1980 when it was decided to create this wine goblet based on the Grape Candlesticks. Three wine goblets were designed; one with amethyst, one with rubies and one in pure sterling silver. As most of Georg Jensen’s designs this wine goblets is in the Art Nouveau style with the characteristic ornamental curved lines, organic structures, decorative ornaments of flora and fauna, and the use of honest and skilfully crafted materials. Like a vine, the stem is twisted and uneven, and small bunches of grapes are hanging down pendulously. Also in these hollowware pieces Georg Jensen has incorporated the nature as decoration. The surface of the actual goblet and the foot has the characteristic hammer marks, which Georg Jensen used to softens the reflection of light in the silver in order to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. The Chaser has worked on the stem to make the pattern clearer and has also applied the hammer marks. Before soldering together the foot and the stem and then the goblet, the silversmith spends a significant amount of time lining up the pieces to make sure that the angles are absolutely perfect. The smallest inaccuracy will make the goblet look crooked. The small bunches of grapes are cast and polished individually and then soldered on the twisted branch – a heavy string of silver - which the silversmith has bent to fit underneath the goblet. The silversmith then solders the branch with the grapes onto the goblet. Design year: 1980. Materials: Sterling silver, rubies. Measurements: H 17.2 cm / 6.77 inches Ø: 9 cm / 3.54 inches.
  • Henning Koppel Pitcher 1396
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    Henning Koppel Pitcher 1396
    Sculptural Koppel pitcher with organic swung lines. Today, Koppel’s precise curves are considered among this century’s best silver works. Design year: 1978. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 17 cm / 6.69 inches Ø: 15 cm / 5.91 inches.
  • Georg Jensen GRAPE wine coaster 229
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    Georg Jensen GRAPE wine coaster 229
    As most of Georg Jensen’s designs this wine coaster is in the Art Nouveau style with the characteristic ornamental curved lines, organic structures, decorative ornaments of flora and fauna, and the use of honest and skilfully crafted materials. The chaser makes the pattern on the bottle tray. When the chaser receives the base it is totally smooth so the first step is to draw the pattern to be chased with a pencil. This is necessary to ensure that the convex shaped squares have the exact same size and that the delicate pattern underneath the grapes is laid out correctly. Then the patient work with the hammer and the punches starts. The surface of the wine coaster has the characteristic hammer marks, which Georg Jensen used to softens the reflection of light in the silver to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. Design year: 1917. Materials: Sterling silver, mahogany. Measurements: H: 5.7 cm / 2.24 inches Ø: 14.6 cm / 5.74 inches.
  • Georg Jensen - Bloom Wooden Board Oak
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    Georg Jensen - Bloom Wooden Board Oak
    Natural materials and organic forms are characteristics of the Bloom Wooden Board made of oak wood. For the creation of the Wooden Board, designer Helle Damkjær was inspired by cherry blossoms. Helle Damkjær lives in Paris but loves to be inspired by her travelling to the Far East. In Japan, the designer discovered the cherry blossoms that are very famous for this country. These cherry blossoms inspired her to design the Bloom Wooden Board with soft and gently contours. The Georg Jensen Bloom Wooden Board is suitable for serving cheese or other delicacies but thanks to its harmonious shapes, it also functions as a perfect table decoration. The Bloom Wooden Board Oak by Georg Jensen is made of oak wood and is available in two different sizes.
  • Georg Jensen GRAPE coaster 394
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    Georg Jensen GRAPE coaster 394
    As most of Georg Jensen’s designs this wine coaster is in the Art Nouveau style with the characteristic ornamental curved lines, organic structures, decorative ornaments of flora and fauna, and the use of honest and skilfully crafted materials. The chaser makes the pattern on the bottle tray. When the chaser receives the base it is totally smooth so the first step is to draw the pattern to be chased with a pencil. This is necessary to ensure that the convex shaped squares have the exact same size and that the delicate grape and floral pattern is laid out correctly. Then the patient work with the hammer and the punches starts. The surface of the wine coaster has the characteristic hammer marks, which Georg Jensen used to softens the reflection of light in the silver to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. Design year: 1923. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: Ø: 14 cm / 5.51 inches.
  • Georg Jensen Champagne Cooler
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    Georg Jensen Champagne Cooler
    The Georg Jensen Champagne Cooler was born out of a love of entertaining. Few things start a dinner party off on the right foot better than a sparkly glass of champagne. The champagne cooler ensures that your bubbly is kept cool until the moment that you pop the cork and remains cool once you have poured the first glass. The champagne cooler is made of polished stainless steel and looks beautiful sitting on a dining table or sidebar. Its elliptical opening looks organic and the slant of the cooler holds the bottle at the perfect angle for easy removal and replacement.
  • Henning Koppel Dish 1056
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    Henning Koppel Dish 1056
    Contemporary organic shaped Koppel dish. Today, Koppel’s precise curves are considered among this century’s best silver works. Design year: 1957. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: L: 59 cm / 23.23 inches W: 35 cm / 13.78 inches H: 8 cm / 3.15 inches.
  • SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID tray - large
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    SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID tray - large
    Liquid makes sculpture functional. The shapes of the bowls and tray are organic, as if formed by gravity. With their elegant sheen and sensual slopes, these pieces prove that asymmetry does not preclude perfection. With their spacious serving area, they make a grand entrance at a gathering - when empty, they can be used as decorative items to bring the dynamic shine of liquid metal to any surface. Introduced in 2011. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: L 618 mm x D 388 mm x H 31 mm.
  • SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID bowl - small
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    SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID bowl - small
    Liquid makes sculpture functional. The shapes of the bowls and tray are organic, as if formed by gravity. With their elegant sheen and sensual slopes, these pieces prove that asymmetry does not preclude perfection. With their spacious serving area, they make a grand entrance at a gathering - when empty, they can be used as decorative items to bring the dynamic shine of liquid metal to any surface. Introduced in 2011. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: Ø 159 mm x H 55 mm.
  • Rebecca Uth Oak bowl, large
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    Rebecca Uth Oak bowl, large
    The fine curves and craftsmanship of this bowl transform the natural oak into something utterly sophisticated. Burnished to a fine grain and smooth finish, the wood retains its organic qualities – and reminds us that masterful simplicity can be much more powerful than embellishment. The dimensions of the bowl make it the perfect choice for salads, bread, fruit or simply decoration, and the effortlessly elegant piece is equally at home on kitchen worktops as the dinner table. Design year: 2013. Materials: Oak wood. Measurements: H: 75 mm Ø: 320 mm.
  • Helena Rohner HELENA tea tin, holds 100g of tea
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    Helena Rohner HELENA tea tin, holds 100g of tea
    HELENA–modern yet delicate. The HELENA tea tin combines polished stainless steel with classic porcelain for a design that is aesthetically refreshing and functionally flawless. Stainless steel is unmistakably modern, but the tin’s clean lines are softened by the use of porcelain for the lid. Helena Rohner is one of Spain’s best-known jewellery designers. She brings her sublime style to the home with the HELENA collection. Her refined take on modern functionality is a celebration of the way we live today. The gently sloping shape of the tea tin is subtle and organic, a beautiful addition to any table setting or tea service. Design Year: 2007. Materials: Stainless steel and white porcelain.
  • Rebecca Uth Oak bowl
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    Rebecca Uth Oak bowl
    The fine conical, sloping curves and craftsmanship of this bowl transform natural materials into something utterly sophisticated. Burnished to a fine grain and smooth finish, the wood retains its organic qualities – and reminds us that masterful simplicity can be much more powerful than embellishment. The bowl is designed to match a stainless steel nutcracker (3586963), but can easily be used alone. Design year: 2012. Materials: Oak Wood. Measurements: H: 75 mm Ø: 188 mm.
  • Maria Berntsen BEAK thermo jug off-white 1L
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    Maria Berntsen BEAK thermo jug off-white 1L
    Tall and stately, it observes the world - or the world of the table - with the pride of an Emperor Penguin, its inspiration. Its rounded form is aerodynamic and elegant. Its unique shape combines fullness and angularity, giving it an immediately identifiable silhouette that stands out when used as part of a table setting. Beak's fine organic design provides serious functionality and every aspect of the jug and pitcher is expertly designed for maximum ease of use. Its pouring system minimises drips and spills, and a push-button feature optimises liquid flow. The 1L thermo jug comes in black, off-white or warm grey and is an attractive way to serve hot or cold liquids. Materials: ABS plastic. Measurements: L 187 x W 126 x H 270 mm. Contains: 1 L. Design year: 2012.
  • Maria Berntsen BEAK Thermo jug, 1 L
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    Maria Berntsen BEAK Thermo jug, 1 L
    Tall and stately, it observes the world – or the world of the table – with the pride of an Emperor Penguin, its inspiration. Its rounded form is aerodynamic and elegant. Its unique shape combines fullness and angularity, giving it an immediately identifiable silhouette that stands out when used as part of a table setting. Beak’s fine organic design provides serious functionality and every aspect of the jug and pitcher is expertly designed for maximum ease of use. Its pouring system minimises drips and spills, and a push-button feature optimises liquid flow. Materials: Stainless steel, ABS plastic. Measurements: L: 187 mm, W: 126 mm, H: 270 mm.
  • Maria Berntsen BEAK thermo jug warm grey 1L
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    Maria Berntsen BEAK thermo jug warm grey 1L
    Tall and stately, it observes the world - or the world of the table - with the pride of an Emperor Penguin, its inspiration. Its rounded form is aerodynamic and elegant. Its unique shape combines fullness and angularity, giving it an immediately identifiable silhouette that stands out when used as part of a table setting. Beak's fine organic design provides serious functionality and every aspect of the jug and pitcher is expertly designed for maximum ease of use. Its pouring system minimises drips and spills, and a push-button feature optimises liquid flow. The 1L thermo jug comes in black, off-white or warm grey and is an attractive way to serve hot or cold liquids. Materials: ABS plastic. Measurements: L 187 x W 126 x H 270 mm. Contains: 1 L. Designår: 2012.
  • Georg Jensen BLOSSOM tea pot 2D
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    Georg Jensen BLOSSOM tea pot 2D
    Georg Jensen’s very first tea and coffee set takes a number of figures from nature and combines them into a new organic form. Low and stout, with toad’s feet and a magnolia blossom on top this merging of elements was typical of Georg Jensen’s work with flora and fauna. He removed the elements he found fascinating from their natural context and incorporated them in his designs, making them come alive in an imaginative and whimsical way. The flower bud was inspired by Japanese art, which uses the magnolia bud as a symbol of the month of May. The toad is also known in Japan and is a symbol of luck. This set is one of the most typical Art Nouveau of all Georg Jensen’s works because its basic shape is designed as something from nature, not just decorated with natural elements as an afterthought. As typical for Georg Jensen’s pieces the decoration was applied to the top and the bottom of the pieces. The surface of the coffee and tea service is covered with delicate hammer marks – a distinct Georg Jensen style - which softens the reflected light to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. Originally the service was made with ivory handles, but since the embargo on trade with ivory, to save the elephants, the service has been made with ebony only. Ebony wood is a very hard type of wood. The wooden carver makes each handle especially for the individual pot and creamer. The socket – the small piece where the handle is attached - is handmade and thus may vary slightly from pot to pot - it may be only a 1/10 of a millimetre – but still each handle must be fitted specifically for the individual pot. The silversmith applies the hammer marks to the body of the pieces and solders on the feet as well as the socket to hold the handle and the spout. The spout of the coffee and teapot is made from a flat piece of silver which is bendt around, soldered and then shaped. Before soldering on the spout, holes for the liquid to run through are drilled in the body, and the silversmith will measure and mark precisely where the spout and handle are to be placed – the slightest inaccuracy will make the pot pour askew. Design year: 1905. Materials: Sterling silver, ebony. Measurements: H: 14 cm / 5.51 inches Ø: 15.7 cm / 6.18 inches V: 1 L / 33.8 ounces.
  • Maria Berntsen BEAK thermo jug black 1L
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    Maria Berntsen BEAK thermo jug black 1L
    Tall and stately, it observes the world - or the world of the table - with the pride of an Emperor Penguin, its inspiration. Its rounded form is aerodynamic and elegant. Its unique shape combines fullness and angularity, giving it an immediately identifiable silhouette that stands out when used as part of a table setting. Beak's fine organic design provides serious functionality and every aspect of the jug and pitcher is expertly designed for maximum ease of use. Its pouring system minimises drips and spills, and a push-button feature optimises liquid flow. The 1L thermo jug comes in black, off-white or warm grey and is an attractive way to serve hot or cold liquids. Materials: ABS plastic. Measurements: L 187 x W 126 x H 270 mm. Contains: 1 L. Design year: 2012.
  • Georg Jensen - Wine Carafe
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    Georg Jensen - Wine Carafe
    A worthy home for noble drops: The wine carafe out of the Georg Jensen Wine & Bar collection is a highlight on noble tables, while the bouquet of wine unfolds inside of it. The soft shape, given by Thomas Sandell to the Georg Jensen wine carafe, is made of mouth blown glass. The closure of polished stainless steel and silicone completes the organic shape and ensures that the carafe remains closed all the time. The carafe suits the rest of the products of the Georg Jensen collection perfectly, which offers the suitable product for every wine enthusiast. A wine thermometer, a corkscrew and further products belong to the Wine & Bar collection by Thomas Sandell. Wine enthusiasts will find products in this collection, which tribute the grand world of wines with their style and function.
  • Helena Rohner HELENA Sugar bowl, large
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    Helena Rohner HELENA Sugar bowl, large
    The HELENA sugar bowl combines polished stainless steel with classic porcelain for a design that is aesthetically refreshing and functionally flawless. The bowl’s clean steel lines are softened by the use of porcelain for the lid. The gently sloping shape of the bowl is subtle and organic, a beautiful addition to any table setting or tea service. Design year: 2013. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel, cream coloured porcelain. Measurements: H: 51 mm W: 118 mm L: 117 mm.
  • Georg Jensen - Forma Cheese Board
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    Georg Jensen - Forma Cheese Board
    The trend of serving a table with noble pieces that are contemporaneous and modern in their functionality as well as in their visual expression comes back. The Forma cheese board that was designed by the Danish designer Helle Damkjær who lives in Paris, almost embodies the fluent, sculptural design speaking from Georg Jensen. Since I live in France, a gastronomic Nirvana of the most perfect delicacy and feudal cooking art, I often participate at opulent meals and parties with consummate serviced tables where the codex of incomparable luxury is kept. My intention therefore was to design a cheese board and knives-set that mirror the luxurious but still simple Scandinavian nature” , says Helle Damkjær. The Forma series includes three cheese knives: One all-rounder for common cheese, a parmesan cheese knife that is suitable for parmesan or other crumbly cheese sorts and a soft-cheese knife. The cheese board whose beautiful organic design reminds of a painter’s palette is made out of oak wood. Through the palette form the board is easily to handle whilst serving the cheese. The oak wood was chosen because of its elegant quality, its beautiful colour and high bacteria-resistance, what lofts it from all the other materials.
  • Georg Jensen - Forma Chopping Board
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    Georg Jensen - Forma Chopping Board
    The Forma Chopping Board by Georg Jensen embodies a pretty, organic design. This form doesn’t only make the Helle Damkjær designed board optically harmonic, but makes it also wonderful to hold. In France, where I live, I am extradited to a gastronomic paradise. I have been invited to too many good brunches and dinners with perfectly served tables that did decently comply with luxury and etiquette rules. Forma represents my own demand of designing a chopping board which would represent luxury and the pragmatic Scandinavian serving culture at the same time. Helle Damkjær. Because of its exceptional hygienic qualities, oak wood was used for the Forma chopping board. It has been treated with biologic oil out of natural mineral-oils, which protect the chopping board and avoid drying and tiring. Besides the Forma chopping boards, there is also a serving set for cheese available out of the Forma series by Helle Damkjær for Georg Jensen.
  • Georg Jensen Wine & Bar Liquid Coasters, Set of 4
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    Georg Jensen Wine & Bar Liquid Coasters, Set of 4
    Georg Jensen's organically shaped Liquid Collection embodies relaxed refinement in eye-catching mirror-finished stainless steel. Stainless steel. Spot clean. Imported. 4.22" D. Designed by Swedish architect Thomas Sandell.
  • Georg Jensen Wine & Bar Tray
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    Georg Jensen Wine & Bar Tray
    Georg Jensen's organically shaped Wine & Bar Collection embodies relaxed refinement in eye-catching mirror-finished stainless steel. Stainless steel. Hand wash. Imported. 9"H x 15.5"D.
  • Georg Jensen Wine & Bar Tray
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    Georg Jensen Wine & Bar Tray
    Georg Jensen's organically shaped Wine & Bar Collection embodies relaxed refinement in eye-catching mirror-finished stainless steel.
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