Helena Rohner APETITO 3 pcs. cutlery set - Georg Jensen
  • Georg Jensen Bernadotte 5 Piece Place Setting
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    18/8 Stainless steel. Hand wash. Imported. Setting includes teaspoon, soup spoon, salad fork, dinner fork and knife.
  • Georg Jensen Pyramid 5 Piece Place Setting
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    18/8 Stainless steel. Hand wash. Imported. Setting includes teaspoon, soup spoon, salad fork, dinner fork and knife.
  • Georg Jensen "Mitra" 5 Piece Place Setting
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    Georg Jensen "Mitra" 5 Piece Place Setting Hand Wash.
  • Harald Nielsen PYRAMIDE Starter- lunch- desert fork
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    Design year: 1926. Materials: Stainless steel, mirror polished. Steel type: 18/8. Measurements: 17.8 cm / 7 inches.
  • Georg Jensen - Louise Campbell Dinner Cutlery
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    The dinner cutlery from Louise Campbell is pretty without being pretentious. Elegance, pleasant touch and practical utility come together in the cutlery from Georg Jensen. Louise Campbell travels to Georg Jensen’s history by means of emphasizing each small detail and respecting proportions. The Danish-British designer doesn’t fear to emphasize the main utility of the cutlery – being a practical, flexible, modern set of knives, forks, soup spoons and tea spoons. The functionality even encourages children to eat with the Campbell children’s cutlery. Georg Jensen produces the Louise Campbell dinner cutlery in the known quality out of matt stainless steel.
  • Henning Koppel NEW YORK Tea spoon, small
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    Design year: 1963. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8. Measurements: 13.8 cm / 5.4 inches.
  • Grethe Meyer COPENHAGEN Matte Dinner spoon
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    Design year: 1991. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8. Measurements: 20 cm / 7.9 inches. Design: Grethe Meyer.
  • Georg Jensen Bloom Serving Spoon Set
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    Georg Jensen polished-mirror stainless steel Bloom serving spoon set. Designed by Helle Damkjar, for the Georg Jensen "Bloom" Collection. Includes small and large serving spoons . Large: 9.5" length; small: 8.75" length (approximately). Stainless steel . Wash with warm water and mild soap . Imported.
  • Georg Jensen - Alfredo Eggcup & Horn Spoon
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    It gets harder to be individual nowadays. The horn spoon by Georg Jensen introduces a hint of traditional luxury back into the modern world and contrasts it with the stainless steel eggcups. Alfredo Häberli designed the horn made eggcup for the Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen. The typical style of the designer was mixed with tradition and innovation: The classically grained material reminds us of past times, while the tranquil and clear shape suits modernity. Moreover the horn, nacre or bones spoon are preferred nowadays for breakfast eggs, since metal or silver spoons influence the taste of the eggs. The processing out of natural horn makes the spoons unique, since no grain is equal to the others. This is how the unusual cutlery pieces from Georg Jensen are a method of proving individuality on really unusual ways. Stainless steel and natural horn: A noble contrast The eggcups contrast the spoons: Sometimes the small things make our everyday nobler. The Alfredo eggcups from Georg Jensen are such objects, since they attract attention even though they are inconspicuous. Alfredo Häberli created a worthwhile place for every breakfast egg with the collection named after him, which also includes these eggcups. Eggs will get the attention they deserve. Georg Jensen produces the small design eggcups out of polished stainless steel, in order to make them also suitable for nobler served tables.
  • Gundorph Albertus MITRA Child’s spoon - Tea spoon, large
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    Design year: 1941. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8. Measurements: 15.6 cm / 6.1 inches. Design: Gundorph Albertus.
  • Harald Nielsen PYRAMIDE Starter- lunch- desert knife
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    Design year: 1926. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: Handle: 18/8. Blade: 13/0. Measurements: 19.5 cm / 7.75 inches.
  • Sigvard Bernadotte BERNADOTTE Pastry fork
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    Design year: 1939. Materials: Stainless steel, mirror polished. Steel type: 18/8. Measurements: 13.7 cm / 5.9 inches.
  • Gundorph Albertus MITRA Tea spoon, small
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    Design year: 1941. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8. Measurements: 13.2 cm / 5.2 inches. Design: Gundorph Albertus.
  • Georg Jensen - Alfredo Horn Spoon
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    To be individual becomes more and more difficult. The big spoons by Georg Jensen gring a hint of traditional luxury back to the modern world. Alfredo Häberli designed the horn made egg spoons for the Danish manufacturer Georg Jensen. The designer achieved in connecting tradition with innovation in his typical style: The classic grained material reminds us of past times, while the quiet and clear shape also suits into contemporaneous times perfectly. Moreover horn, nacre or bones are considered the best materials for breakfast cutlery, since metal or silver spoons often influence the taste of the meals. Every horn spoon is a unique piece because of the processing out of natural materials, since not one grain is like another. This is how the unusual cutlery pieces by Georg Jensen are a way of proving individuality on a really unusual way.
  • Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe VIVIANNA Matte Starters fork
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    Design year: 1996. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8. Measurements: 18.1 cm / 7.1 inches.
  • Georg Jensen - Arne Jacobsen Breakfast Cutlery
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    Arne Jacobsen created a future oriented and minimalist cutlery in the year 1957 that is more contemporary than ever today. The cutlery has initially been designed for the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. By the time it came out, it was highly disputed. The clear lines are connected with the craftsmanship to a form that lies comfortably in the hands. The slim forms and the scarce contours of Arne Jacobsen have made the model a classic. The Arne Jacobsen cutlery has been shown in Stanley Kubrik’s 2001 -A Space Odyssey” and other futuristic films. It became one of the most famous Georg Jensen Cutlery with the passing of the years. Arne Jacobsen is made out of matt stainless steel.
  • Henning Koppel NEW YORK Pastry fork
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    Design year: 1963. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8. Measurements: 15.5 cm / 6.1 inches.
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  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Teaspoon large - child's spoon
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8 Measurements: 14.9 cm / 5.8 inches.
  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Pastry fork - child's fork
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8 Measurements: 14.5 cm / 5.7 inches.
  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Butter knife - child's knife
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8 Measurements: 15.2 cm / 5.9 inches.
  • Georg Jensen Pyramid Flatware Set
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    In the years following the discovery of King TutankhamenAc€™s tomb and its many treasures, Egyptology was a popular theme in the arts. Designer Harald Nielsen's art deco collection was inspired by the pyramids but the geometric pattern is subtle enough that it never overwhelms the classic functional overall shape of the pieces. 5 stainless steel pieces.
  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Dessert spoon
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/11 Measurements: 18.8 cm / 7.4 inches.
  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Dinner fork
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8 Measurements: 20.5 cm / 8 inches.
  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Starter-lunch-dessert fork
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8 Measurements: 18.2 cm / 7.1 inches.
  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Dinner spoon
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8 Measurements: 20.8 cm / 8.1 inches.
  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Starter-lunch-dessert knife, grill
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8 Measurements: 18.8 cm / 7.4 inches.
  • Georg Jensen Bernadotte Flatware Set
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    A classic, recognized for its elegantly fluted handle since its introduction in 1939. It calls to mind sophistication, the aristocratic elegance of the early 20th century. Swedish designer Sigvard Bernadotte was renowned for his taste and ability to infuse elegance into every one of his designs. In many ways, the Bernadotte collection is classically Georg Jensen. Constructed in stainless steel, it is both timeless and committed to a rich history; its provenance is Scandinavian and yet it is admired all over the world. The proportions of the pieces make them comfortable to hold. Bernadotte is wonderful for special occasions or for sophisticated dining every day. Set includes lunch fork, dinner fork, dinner knife, dinner spoon and dessert spoon.
  • LOUISE CAMPBELL Dinner knife, grill
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    Louise Campbell Cutlery aims to be beautiful without being pretentious. It refers to the history of Georg Jensen by paying great attention to every tiny detail and respecting basic given proportions, but it is not afraid to emphasise its main purpose – being a useful, flexible, modern toolkit. Design year: 2014. Materials: Stainless steel, matte. Steel type: 18/8 Measurements: 21.7cm / 8.5 inches.
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