Georg Jensen Acorn Child’s Silver Cutlery Set1,800 DKKContact us for more information
Mayan Inspired Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Bracelet 6512,000 DKKContact us for more information
Georg Jensen Old Danish Sterling Silverware Service For Twelve75,000 DKKContact us for more information
Rare Vintage Georg Jensen Pitcher 319A by Harald Nielsen60,000 DKKContact us for more information
Boxed Set of Ten Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Beaded Charger Plates 210N120,000 DKKContact us for more information
Monumental Large Italian “Murmansk” Centerpiece by Ettore Sottsass90,000 DKKContact us for more information
Georg Jensen Acorn Ice Pail 1137 & Acorn Ice Tongs14,000 DKKContact us for more information
Georg Jensen Art Nouveau Necklace 20 Green Agates32,000 DKKContact us for more information
Extremely Rare Vintage Georg Jensen Bonbonniére 249 by Johan Rohde125,000 DKKContact us for more information
Vintage Georg Jensen Cookie Jar 53045,000 DKKContact us for more information
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Extremely Rare Georg Jensen Nanna Ditzel Gold Cuff 375
This is an extremely rare 18kt gold Georg Jensen hinged cuff in original box, design #375 by Nanna and Jorgen Ditzel from circa 1960. Extremely rare to see this design in gold.
This piece has an amazing opening mechanism, where the little gold button, which is a feature of the design is also the release for the lock.
The cuff is oval in shape, the button and widest part of the cuff sits on the outside of the wrist. The cuff is totally handmade and hollow,
which is extremely difficult to make and reduces weight to make the piece comfortable to wear.
Internal dimensions are 2 1/4″ x 1 7/8″ (5.9cm x 4.7cm). The cuff at the narrowest part is 1″ across, at the widest wedge-shaped section 2″ (2.6cm, 5.2cm). Weighs 4.5oz (128g).
Marked: “750 GEORG JENSEN 18k 375” (embossed). Georg Jensen changed their numbering system sometime in the 1960’s-1970’s, this piece is numbered using the old system, indicating the piece is early.