Blossom by Georg Jensen Tea Tray

FABULOUS sterling silver 22" long x 13" wide Blossom tea tray by Georg Jensen. The condition is excellent; the hand-hammering is quite evident; the weight is 60.8 Troy Oz. No Monogram.


BLOSSOM by George Jensen a pair of Sterling Silver SALT CELLAR #2A

     Blossom by Georg Jensen Rare and distinctive pair of hand hammered sterling silver salt Cellar with cobalt enamel interior lining marked with #2A for Blossom pattern. The measurements are, Height is 1 1/2", diameter of the top is 1 7/8" and diameter of the base is 1 5/8" .  In excellent condition with no monogram. All marks are pictured


Georg Jensen sterling silver Pitcher No. 5B

Georg Jensen sterling silver Pitcher No. 5B with carved ebony handle. The pitcher was designed by Georg Jensen, measures 9 7/8" high and 7 1/2" wide. The marks are pictured, Georg Jensen, Denmark, Sterling, 1925-1932. There is no mono and is in excellent condition.



Beautiful Georg Jensen compote with grape clusters that hang under flaring circular bowl (7 1/8") and above twisted stem that stands on a circular base. The weight is 20.19 Troy ounces, and the height is 7 3/8". The marks under the base are George Jensen, 263B and Denmark Sterling. Click on "More Images" above to view detail images.



Handsome sterling silver 3-piece coffee set in the No. 80 pattern, with ebony handles, by George Jensen. The condition is excellent - professionally polished. The approx. overall height of the coffee pot is 7 1/2"; the approx. overall height of the covered sugar bowl is 3 1/4"; the approx. overall height of the creamer is 2 1/2". The total weight of the set is 25 Troy Oz. There has never been a monogram. This set has been photographed on Page 216, in the book "GEORG JENSEN A TRADITION OF SILVER SPLENDOR" by Janet Drucker. The marks have been photographed.


Blossom Sterling Silver Oval Bowl, #2A, No Mono

FABULOUS sterling silver  Oval Bowl in the handsome Blossom pattern by Georg Jensen. # 2A. The condition: preowned but is excellent;  the length is 7 3/8", width is 5 1/2", height is 1 7/8" and the weight is 7.55 Troy Oz.  .  There has never been a monogram.  The marks have been photographed with the 1933-1944 mark.