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Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Five-Light Candelabrum 383A

An early Art Nouveau Georg Jensen sterling silver five-light candelabra. An Iconic design and stunning example of craftsmanship. Designed in 1921 and created by the renowned Danish silversmith Georg Jensen, this candelabrum features an abundance of decorative floral details that are characteristic of the Art Nouveau style.

The candelabrum measures 11 inches (27.8 centimeters) in height, and has a span of 12½ inches (32 centimeters). The circular base is fluted, adding a touch of elegance to the overall design. Rising from the base is bulb stem adorned with vine-wrapped grape bunches, showcasing the intricate attention to detail.

The candelabrum is further enhanced by hand hammered ring handle which provide a graceful functional touch. The candelabrum consists of five branches that extend from the central stem, and each branch is topped with a drip pan and a vase-form sconce. The sconces can be easily removed for cleaning purposes, ensuring the longevity and maintenance of these exquisite pieces.

The hallmarks dating from the years 1933 to 1944, indicating their authenticity and origin. The hallmarks consist of the early Georg Jensen insignia, along with the number “383A” denoting the design, and the words “sterling silver Denmark.”

*Provenance: A private Scandinavian estate.

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

SKU: 14-045-1 Category: Styles: Art Nouveau
Designed byGeorg Jensen
Excellent vintage condition


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      Founder Greg Pepin is one of the world’s most knowledgeable and passionate experts in heritage Georg Jensen silver. His well-renowned expertise has taken him across the globe and offered him many roles in the silver industry.