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Early Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Eel Dish 1054

A very rare early vintage Georg Jensen Eel Dish design number #1054, designed in 1956 by Henning Koppel (Ref: Henning Koppel by Viggo Sten Moeller), this piece was awarded a gold medal at the Triennial in 1957.  Henning Koppel went to the Academy of Arts school in Copenhagen from 1936-1937 to become a sculptor, which is visible is this iconic design. Koppel designs abide by strict functionalist rules with organic, lifelike shapes that are constructed with strict, clean lines. One might argue Henning Koppel was responsible for creating the Mid-Century movement for Danish Silver. This piece has pre 1977 hallmarks, making it one of a limited amount that would have been produced from 1956-1977. Only a seasoned silversmith can accomplish the task of handcrafting this design, which can take six to nine months to create.

  • Dimensions: Measures 27 3/4″ in length x 7 3/8″ in width x 5 5/8″ in height (70.5cm x 18.8 cm x 14.2cm). Weight 121.5oz (3,445g).
  • Hallmarks: Georg Jensen hallmarks from pre-1977.


All our items have been professionally polished by our Georg Jensen trained silversmith and are in excellent condition.

SKU: 12-284 Category: Styles: Modern
Designed byHenning Koppel
Excellent vintage condition


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