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Early Georg Jensen Ornamental Fish Service for six 170

An exceptionally rare sterling silver fish service for six, featuring the iconic Georg Jensen silverware pattern #170, which was originally designed in 1914. This early set comprises six fish knives and six fish forks, each bearing a 1925 date stamp, indicating their remarkable antiquity. Notably, design #170 was subsequently transformed into design #55, making these artifacts among the earliest produced. Each piece features a hollow handle intricately fashioned into an intertwined fish with an open-mouthed seashell motif. The meticulous hand chasing on these pieces exemplifies unparalleled craftsmanship, showcasing intricate detailing.


  • Dimensions: Fork: 7 3/8″ (18.5cm), Knife: 8 1/8″ (20.8cm)
  • Hallmarks: Each piece is stamped with a 1925 date mark, alongside ‘170 GI830s CFH’ (reflecting the silver assay master at that time).

*The price is for all twelve pieces. The set has not been machined polished to retain hammering marks, and is in very good vintage condition.

SKU: 15-103 Category: Styles: Art Nouveau
Designed byGeorg Jensen
Very good vintage condition


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