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A Monumental Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Champagne Bucket #19D

A monumental Danish sterling silver Georg Jensen Centerpiece bowls, design #19D by Georg Jensen from 1912. A monumental bowl rested on a stem of leaves and berries rising from a stepped, hammered foot. The hand hammered surface, one of Georg Jensen’s trademarks, is pristine and reflects light in all directions. When filled with ice, water will condense on the outside of the bowl, giving an almost magical sheen.This design was purchased in 1914 by the Louvre museum in Paris for their permanent collection and is commonly referred to as the “Louvre” bowl. Several sizes were later produced, this was (by far!) the largest size.

Measurements: 12½” in height and 19 1/4″ in diameter (31.7cm, 49cm).

Weight: The weight is an incredible 14 lbs (6,3 kilograms)!

New and unused and produced after 2015 at Georg Jensen silver smithy in Denmark


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

SKU: 3529726 Category: Styles: Art Nouveau
Designed byGeorg Jensen
New & unused


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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.