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Rare Georg Jensen Fish Dish 335

An extremely rare and early Georg Jensen silver fish platter and mazarine, design #335 by Johan Rohde from 1919. Oval shape with handles in the form of shells. The mazarine is a separate piece with hand cut openwork decoration, in the middle a lobster in relief. An extensive amount of chasing and handcraftsmanship was used to make this piece, 100% by hand, there are no castings involved during the process of fabricating this piece. The fish motif is rarely seen verses the lobster decoration normally found on design #335. In our opinion this could have been the first of this design ever produced, made of 830 silver and bearing a 1920 date stamp, this is a collectors piece.

  • Dimensions:  L 29 1/2″  x  W 12″ x H 1 1/2″ (75cm x 30cm x 4cm)
  • Weight: Weighs 98.59oz (2,795g).
  • Hallmarks: Vintage Georg Jensen hallmark and date stamped 1920, Swedish imports marks, 830s.

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

SKU: 12-480 Category: Styles: Art Nouveau
Designed byJohan Rohde
Excellent vintage condition


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