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Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Teapot 1011

A sterling silver Georg Jensen teapot with ebony handle and finial, design #1011 by Johan Rohde from 1906. Originally designed as a coffee pot, this piece resembles an Aladdin’s lamp. A beautiful design in its own right, this piece has an importance far beyond its own beauty, this is perhaps the most important piece of silver designed by Johan Rohde. It was this design, together with a sugar and creamer, that Rohde brought to Georg Jensen in 1906 to be made for his own personal use. Georg Jensen was so impressed by Rohde’s design that he asked him to design more pieces for production. It was this relationship that started the practice of external design collaborations which gradually brought so many different design languages into the Georg Jensen fold. This piece was first put into production as a teapot by Georg Jensen Silversmithy in 1952, long after both Jensen and Rohde passed away (1935).

Dimensions: Measures 5 1/4″ in height, length from spout to handle 10 1/4″, width 3 3/4″ (13.3cm, 26cm, 9.5cm). Gross weight including the ebony parts 21.16oz (600g).

Hallmarks: With vintage Georg Jensen hallmark from 1945-1977, which means this piece was made between 1952-1977.

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

SKU: 21-270 Categories: , Styles: Art Nouveau
Designed byJohan Rohde
Excellent vintage condition

kr. 75,000

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      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.