Important South African & International Art, Decorative Arts & Jewellery

Live Auction, 16 March 2015

Continental & Oriental Silver, Furniture and Decorative Arts including a Collection of Italian Glass
  • An assembled Danish four-piece sterling silver tea and coffee service, Georg Jensen, 1927-1932, No. 28


Lot Estimate
ZAR 160 000 - 180 000

About this Item

An assembled Danish four-piece sterling silver tea and coffee service, Georg Jensen, 1927-1932, No. 28

comprising: a teapot, coffee pot, covered sugar bowl and milk jug, each with hammered surface, ebony finial and handles, with beaded borders, stamped 'Georg Jensen 28' 1370g all in, the coffee pot 19cm high; a Danish two-piece sterling silver mocha set, designed by Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen, 1925-1932, with import marks for Georg Jensen Ltd, London, 1932, numbered 1B and 1D, comprising: a mocha pot and hot water jug, each with ebony finial and handle and beaded borders, stamped, 600g all in, the mocha pot 17cm high; and a Danish sterling silver two-handled Cosmos pattern tray, designed by Johan Rohde for Georg Jensen, post 1945, numbered B251, oval with part dentil border, the ebony handles with scroll and reeded cone-shaped handle sockets, stamped 'Georg Jensen', maker's design mark for Johan Rohde, B251, 1920g, the tray 52cm wide over handles

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