1886 - 1979
Inger Moeller was apprenticed to Georg Jensen in 1909, working first as a chaser, then as a journeyman silversmith.
She opened her own workshop in 1922, which was a one-woman operation. Inger Moeller was a keen follower of contemporary design,
she felt that Art Nouveau was passé and it was time for something new. Typical of Inger Moeller's design is simplicity, using little or no decoration.
She received many awards including a silver medal at the 1925 Paris World Show and gold at the 1937 Paris World Show.