+45 53 88 71 10


Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Pitcher 8

A highly uncommon Georg Jensen sterling silver pitcher, featuring design #8b by Georg Jensen dating back to around 1912. This petite jug showcases an exceptionally rare design, likely intended as a wine jug but versatile enough to serve as a water pitcher. Reflecting an Art Nouveau aesthetic with influences from the earlier Arts and Crafts period, it distinguishes itself from typical water pitchers by adopting an oval shape—clear evidence of meticulous hand craftsmanship rather than mass production by machinery. The base is adorned with a refined floral motif, while the slightly hammered oval body connects to a hand-forged neck. The thick, handcrafted spout exhibits a delicately applied edge and links to the hollow handle, featuring a charming button-like floral design. A genuine collector’s item, this piece is rarely encountered, marking a noteworthy addition, as it is the first of its kind in our possession.

  • Dimensions: Measures  6 3/4″ (18cm) in height x 5″ ((12 cm) wide including the handle.
  • Weight: 335 grams (11.81 oz.)
  • Volume: 500 ml (1/2 liter) 16 oz.
  • Hallmarks: Early 1920s Georg Jensen hallmarks

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

SKU: 14-177 Categories: , Styles: Art Nouveau
Designed byGeorg Jensen
Excellent vintage condition

DKK 40,000

1 in stock

  • DKK
  • USD
  • EUR
  • GBP
  • AUD

Do you want to know more about this product?

    Do you want to know more about ?


      30 years of working passionately with fine silver

      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.