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Vintage Georg Jensen Pyramid Silverware Service For Twelve

This is a sterling silverware service in the Pyramid pattern, design #15 by Harald Nielsen in 1926. The Pyramid pattern was designed in the wake of the discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb by Howard Carter in 1922. The many wondrous finds in the untouched tomb set off a wave of Egyptomania. This set comprises 12 settings of 9 pieces.

  • 12 x Oval soup spoons 7 1/4″ (18.6cm)
  • 12 x Dinner knives, long handle version 9″ (22.6cm)
  • 12 x Dinner forks 7 1/8″ (18.1cm)
  • 12 x Dessert spoons 6½” (16.5cm)
  • 12 x Luncheon/Salad knives, long handle version 8 1/8″ (20.5cm)
  • 12 x Luncheon/Salad forks 6 3/8″ (16.2cm)
  • 12 x Cake forks 5½” (14cm)
  • 12 x Teaspoons 4 3/4″ (12cm)
  • 12 x Coffee Spoons 4 1/4″ (10.6cm).

In total 108pcs, all pieces in excellent vintage condition.

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

Category: Styles: Art Deco
Designed byHarald Nielsen
Excellent vintage


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