1895 - 1966
Jorgen Jensen was the eldest of Georg Jensen's sons. He trained as a silversmith in Munich. After finishing his apprenticeship in Munich in 1914 he returned to Georg Jensen in Copenhagen for further education from 1914-1917. He was employed at the Jensen silversmithy from 1917-1923.
In 1923 Jorgen moved to Stockholm where he established a Jensen workshop. He was inspired by the Swedish silversmith Erik Fleming. In Stockholm Jorgen Jensen produced some of Sigvard Bernadottes first silver designs.
Upon his fathers death Jorgen Jensen returned to Copenhagen in 1936 and worked for the company until his retirement in 1962. During his second period in Denmark he was much inspired by the works of Johan Rohde.