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Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Teapot 529

A rare, signed sterling silver Georg Jensen teapot with an ebony handle and silver finial, design #529 by Johan Rohde in 1928. This design exemplifies Rohde’s transition into the Art Deco era, characterized by its clean lines and minimalist decoration, featuring only a single ball on the lid. The collectability of this piece is enhanced by the Georg Jensen signature on the base, a rare feature typically found only on Jensen’s own designs. This rarity prompts speculation about a possible collaboration between Rohde and Jensen, especially since Jensen designed a similarly shaped teapot after leaving the company and moving to Paris. The teapot has a conical shape that rests on a round ring foot, and the thick, angled ebony handle adds to its functionality. The hand-crafted and applied spout follows the curvature of the teapot, ensuring an excellent pour. The lid is distinctly Art Deco with a round shape and single ball handle.

Specifications:

  • Height: 4 3/4″ (13 cm) Length from spout to handle: 9″ (22.5 cm) Width: 6″ (15 cm).
  • Weight: 542 grams (19.11 oz), including the ebony handle
  • Hallmarks: Early Georg Jensen hallmarks from 1925-1932, GI 925s #529, import hallmarks for Sweden, and a Georg Jensen signature.

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

SKU: 15-140 Categories: , , Styles: Art Nouveau
Designed byJohan Rohde
Excellent vintage condition

kr. 45,000

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      GREG PEPIN

      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.