Rebecca Uth SUPERNOVA Bowl, large - Georg Jensen
  • Rebecca Uth SUPERNOVA Bowl, small
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    Both decorative and functional, this stunning piece fuses the ancient craft of origami with the visual drama of kaleidoscopes, resulting in an explosion of light from the lustrous material. The facetted finish, reminiscent of glass dessert plates, perfectly suits the modern home and is perfect for use on tables or as decorative floor trays. Design year: 2013. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: H: 44 mm Ø: 240 mm.
  • Rebecca Uth SUPERNOVA Tray
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    Both decorative and functional, this stunning piece fuses the ancient craft of origami with the visual drama of kaleidoscopes, resulting in an explosion of light from the lustrous material. The facetted finish, reminiscent of glass dessert plates, perfectly suits the modern home and is perfect for use on tables or as decorative floor trays. Design year: 2013. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: H: 41 mm Ø: 540 mm.
  • Alessi Joy No.1 Centerpiece Bowl
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    Alessi mirror-finish stainless steel Joy No.1 centerpiece bowl. Designed by Claudia Raimondo Multi-faceted pattern 14.5" diameter (approximately) Available in Silver Stainless steel. Wipe with damp cloth. Imported.
  • Georg Jensen Supernova Bowl, Large
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    Designed by Rebbeca Uth for Georg Jensen, this striking bowl recalls the ancient craft of origami with its high-shining dimensional facets. A reflective mirror finish makes it an eye-catching addition to any display.
  • Alessi Joy N.3 Round Serving Tray
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    Round tray in 18/10 stainless steel mirror polished. A sheet of steel becomes form and decoration: Joy, like a jewel, a pleasure. A new model has been introduced into the "Joy" collection designed by Claudia Raimondo: the "Joy n.3" Tray joins the "Joy n.1" Centerpiece and the "Joy n.11" Basket. The Tray features an intriguing play of reflections that characterizes these objects, which originated from the union between Claudia Raimondo's research and Alessi's focus on the "skin of the object." The experience gained in the manufacturing of steel surfaces, even the most complex, has made it possible to create interesting projects and to consolidate a technologically sophisticated manufacturing process. "Joy n.3" is a round tray with embossed sides and an uneven, jagged rim. The irregular texture embellishes the object and is reminiscent of the surfaces crafted by master silversmiths. The tray was created through the cold molding of a steel plate. The facets that create the particular texture of the object are proportionally sized to the generous surface of the tray. To preserve the beautiful finish of the stainless steel colored Trays, do not clean with abrasive detergents. Read more Features: Embossed sides and an uneven, jagged rim. Cold-molding of a steel plate. Material: Steel colored with epoxy resin. Joy collection. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 1 Inches. Overall Product Weight: 3.08 Pounds.
  • SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID tray - large
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    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.
  • Georg Jensen GRAPE pitcher 407A
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    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.
  • SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID bowl - medium
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    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.
  • Coffee pot 787
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    Johan Rohde’s designs are characterised by hammer marks and oxidisation techniques. His designs are also highly stylized in comparison with the naturalistic Art Nouveau style, however, not strictly geometrical either like the typical Art Déco style that followed. Johan Rohde’s designs can therefore be classified neither as Art Nouveau nor Art Déco; instead something in between. The handle on this coffee pot is made out of ebony wood – a very hard type of wood. Each handle is made especially for the individual pot. 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. Design year: 1933. Materials: Sterling silver, ebony. Measurements: H: 17.1 cm / 6.73 inches Ø: 17.8 cm / 7 inches.
  • SPACE Copenhagen LIQUID bowl - small
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    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.
  • Georg Jensen BLOSSOM sugar bowl 2D
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    Sugar bowl 2D is part of the blossom tea/coffee set with ebony or mammoth handles, low and stout, with toad’s feet and a magnolia blossom on top is a classic example 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. 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 feature - which softens the reflected light to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. The chaser makes the pattern on the lid and accentuates the pattern on the feet. The cutlery silversmith forms the Magnolia flowers for the lids and hands it over to the silversmith who will solder it on the lid. 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. Design year: 1905. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 11.7 cm / 4.60 inches Ø: 10.4 cm / 4 inches.
  • Helle Damkjær BLOOM tall bowl, large
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    The inspiration for BLOOM was Japanese cherry blossoms in full bloom. Their delicate and soft contours are reflected in the easily curving, yet modern lines of BLOOM. Design year: 2014. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: L: 278 mm W: 206 mm H: 153 mm.
  • Georg Jensen BLOSSOM creamer 2D
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    This creamer is part of the blossom tea/coffee set with ebony or mammoth handles, low and stout, with toad’s feet and a magnolia blossom on top is a classic example 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. 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 feature - which softens the reflected light to create the greyish shimmer he associated with moonlight. The chaser makes the pattern on the lid and accentuates the pattern on the feet. The cutlery silversmith forms the Magnolia flowers for the lids and hands it over to the silversmith who will solder it on the lid. 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. Design year: 1905. Materials: Sterling silver, ebony. Measurements: H: 7 cm / 2.75 inches Ø: 10.5 cm / 4.13 inches.
  • Philip Bro Ludvigsen LEGACY Mirror bowl, medium
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    LEGACY is based on the premise that new styles can embody the craftsmanship and quality of classic items. Introduced in 2009, Philip Bro Ludvigsen’s LEGACY collection reminds us that beautiful house wares need not be old-fashioned to be the kinds of pieces that are passed down through generations. Following the warm reception of the original LEGACY pieces, the designer now introduces a series of bowls that have the same appealingly shiny, curved surfaces that won the original designs so many admirers. Made of mirror polished stainless steel, they have the durability required of a true legacy. The rounded, reflective shapes of LEGACY can be used for anything: they make an elegant addition to a snack tray and give mundane items like keys or coins a beautiful home. Use them to create a seasonal display that will be remembered long after the season has changed.
  • Georg Jensen Ibis Stainless Steel Pitcher
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    Modeled after the stately bird, this gleaming pitcher can be used as a vase or as a pitcher. 10"W X 16"H X 4"D. Stainless steel. Spot clean with a damp cloth. Imported
  • Helle Damkjær INDULGENCE Oyster tray
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    Design year: 2013. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: L: 587 mm x W: 363 mm x H: 140 mm.
  • Georg Jensen BLOSSOM tray 2E
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    This oval Blossom tray with handles is a typical Georg Jensen Art Nouveau design from 1905. The Blossom design and details on the tray demonstrates Georg Jensen’s inspiration by nature. His fascination for the reflection of Scandinavian moonlight is the inspiration for the hammered surface. The flower bud was inspired by Japanese art, which uses the magnolia bud as a symbol of the month of May. Not all silversmiths have the ability or the patience to become a tray maker! Trays are the most difficult and time consuming type of hollowware to make – it takes a lot more than 4 years of apprenticeship to learn how to make trays and you do not learn it by reading a book but by practice, practice and more practice. Silver in itself is a very soft material so if you cut out a sheet of silver, put some handles on and then place a jug of water on the tray, the tray will simply give way/collapse – it does not have the strength to hold practically anything. To give it that strength the silversmith must hammer on the silver in a certain way over and over again. The goal is to obtain the right span and the right hardness and part of the long process is to hammer lightly in the curvature with 5-6 different hammers. Design year: 1905. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: L: 47 cm / 18.5 inches W: 33 cm / 13 inches.
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  • Helle Damkjær BLOOM Mirror bowl, small
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    It was with inspiration from the form of cherry blossoms in full bloom that designer Helle Damkjær created the popular Bloom series. “My studio is based in Paris, one of Europe’s most vibrant metropolises. To challenge and contrast the inspirations I find in Europe, I enjoy travelling to the Far East to be inspired by Asia’s unique landscapes and natural forms. I was in Japan in the springtime and witnessed the overwhelming beauty of the cherry blossoms in full bloom. The delicate and soft contours of the cherry blossom’s form inspired me to create Bloom” Helle Damkjær states. The Bloom bowls are produced in stainless steel and are both suited for presenting delicious foods and for decorating any table. Design year: 2012. Matierals: Stainless steel, mirror polished. Measurements: H: 110 mm Ø: 260 mm.
  • Harald Nielsen PYRAMID sugar bowl 600A
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    Sugar bowl 600A is part of the pyramid coffee and tea set. The elements are based on geometric shapes: The ball, the triangle, the circle and straight lines. The lines are slightly curved, the profiles are accentuated, and the leaf underneath the jug’s handle accentuates the sweep of its arch. The Pyramid design belongs to the Art Déco style, which was an international style of design and architecture. The form language of Art Déco favoured the basic structures of geometry like the cube, the triangle and the circle. The inspiration came from various free art movements like Dada’s machine aesthetic, Cubism’s geometrical approach and Surrealism’s interest in the subconscious. The spectacular discovery of the virtually intact tomb of King Tutankhamen in Egypt also influenced the Art Déco style with motifs from the Egyptian furniture and pyramids. The shape of this service is a challenge to the silversmith. Silver is a very lively material when it is heated and especially when the top of the pot is soldered on it is vital that the top part is kept at an even temperature all the time. Otherwise, the silver will bend out of shape. Design year: 1930. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 7.3 cm / 2.87 inches Ø: 10 cm / 3.93 inches.
  • Helle Damkjær INDULGENCE Strawberry bowl
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    Design year: 2013. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: L: 369 mm x W: 244 mm x H: 95 mm.
  • Georg Jensen Aldo Bakker Pitcher
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    Georg Jensen sculptural, mirror-polished stainless steel Aldo Bakker pitcher with stopper. Designed by Dutch artist Aldo Bakker in 2014, inspired by the movement of pouring. 12" height, approximately. Holds 1200 mL/40.6 fl. oz. Stainless steel. Clean with soft cloth, warm water and mild liquid soap. Imported.
  • Helle Damkjær BLOOM tall bowl, medium
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    The inspiration for BLOOM was Japanese cherry blossoms in full bloom. Their delicate and soft contours are reflected in the easily curving, yet modern lines of BLOOM. Design year: 2014. Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel. Measurements: L: 220 mm W: 140 mm H: 112 mm.
  • Allan Scharff Pitcher 1328
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    'Here, tradition and restrained explorations have been set aside in favour of forceful and expressive experimentation. Verner Panton represents a move away from coherent and clean shapes to more complicated forms. By experimenting with light and colours in different materials and by utilising the latest technologies Verner Panton wanted to provoke and encourage people to use their imagination and fantasy and thus be open to new ways of looking at and use their surroundings. Whereas Danish design typically has a close affinity to nature in terms of colour, materials and forms, Verner Panton’s designs stand out by being artificial. His designs are dominated by bright, vivid colours arranged in accordance with his own theoretically founded colour schemes, artificial materials, and futuristic shapes. Similarly, his focus is not on the contemplative or the simple, but on energy and opportunities for unfettered movement. Starting as a 2 mm thick flat sheet of silver the dish is pressed in a form 3-4 times in order to get the shape. Between each pressing the silversmith adjusts the edges and forms which appeared during the pressing to ensure that the silver can stand the next pressing. When the dish is pressed the silver gets stiff and must therefore also be heated between the pressings to regain its softness and flexibility. It is important that the entire piece is heated to the same temperature all over at the same time otherwise it will bend out of shape. When the silversmith has worked on the dish after the last pressing and the dish has its final shape it will be handed over to the polisher. Because of the shape the grinding and polishing process represents a good share of the hours that goes into making this piece. First the polisher will grind the dish to remove any sharp edges, hammer marks or scratches. Then the polishing process starts, the challenge lies in the fact that the polishing lines must run lengthwise, and since the dish has all these curves and cavities it takes a trained polisher to know how to turn this heavy dish and when to use which size of brush to get the perfect result. After the first polish the dish goes back to the silversmith for a final check of any marks that need to be removed and thereafter the final polish is done. This is a simplified description of a long and time consuming process and the final step – as with all other products - is of course the quality control, who may spot something that needs to be corrected and then part of the process has to be repeated. Design year: 1990. Materials: Sterling silver. Measurements: H: 45.5 cm / 17.91 inches Ø: 26.1 cm / 10.27 inches.
  • Philip Bro Ludvigsen LEGACY Mirror bowl, x-large
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    Shape and functionality are the keywords of the Legacy series. In 2009 when Georg Jensen first introduced the Legacy concept. designer Philip Bro Ludvigsen described the series with these words: “My ambition with the Legacy-series was to create a beautiful decoration for the home in a contemporary design. I think I have succeeded and everywhere I have presented the design with the beautiful shapes, which reflect the surroundings in the shiny and curved surfaces, I have been met with spontaneous joy and positive reactions”. Design year: 2012. Materials: Stainless steel, mirror polished. Measurements: Ø: 340 mm H: 151 mm.
  • Georg Jensen Legacy Stainless Steel Centerpiece
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    Rendered in a sloping shape reminiscent of a flower, this gleaming centerpiece is sure to enhance any table. 18"W X 2½"H. Stainless steel. Hand wash. Imported
  • Helle Damkjær BLOOM Mirror bowl, large
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    It was with inspiration from the form of cherry blossoms in full bloom that designer Helle Damkjær created the popular Bloom series. “My studio is based in Paris, one of Europe’s most vibrant metropolises. To challenge and contrast the inspirations I find in Europe, I enjoy travelling to the Far East to be inspired by Asia’s unique landscapes and natural forms. I was in Japan in the springtime and witnessed the overwhelming beauty of the cherry blossoms in full bloom. The delicate and soft contours of the cherry blossom’s form inspired me to create Bloom” Helle Damkjær states. The Bloom bowls are produced in stainless steel and are both suited for presenting delicious foods and for decorating any table. Design year: 2012. Matierals: Stainless steel, mirror polished. Measurements: H: 140 mm Ø: 340 mm.
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