Anton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendant
Anton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendantAnton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendant, reverse, Royal Copenhagen backstampAnton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendant, reverse, combined monograms backstamp for Bodil Buch & Jen Winfeld-HansenAnton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendant, reverseAnton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendant, reverse, stamped marks to the silver

Anton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendant, Denmark, circa 1968

£795.00

Anton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendant, Denmark, circa 1968, stamped ‘A.M.‘ for Anton Michelsen, ‘Danmark’, ‘925S’ and Royal Copenhagen trade mark, the Royal Bini design range of jewellery was retailed exclusively through the Georg Jensen shop in Copenhagen in the late 60’s, pendant drop 15 cm, overall diameter of ceramic disc 5.6 cm, internal diameter of the necking 13.3 cm, this colour of midnight blue ceramic pendant is not as commonly found as the usual white example

Following the acquisition of Georg Jensen by the then owners of Royal Copenhagen in 1968, a range of ceramic silver jewellery was produced. These incorporated the skills of the ceramists Doreen Middlebrow, Bodil Buch and Nils Thorsson, and the goldsmith Jen Winfeld-Hansen. To the reverse of this pendant one can seen the combined monogram back stamp for Bodil Buch and Jen Winfeld-Hansen along with Royal Copenhagen.

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Anton Michelsen, for Royal Copenhagen, Royal Bini ceramic silver necking pendant, Denmark, circa 1968, stamped ‘A.M.‘ for Anton Michelsen, ‘Danmark’, ‘925S’ and Royal Copenhagen trade mark, the Royal Bini design range of jewellery was retailed exclusively through the Georg Jensen shop in Copenhagen in the late 60’s, pendant drop 15 cm, overall diameter of ceramic disc 5.6 cm, internal diameter of the necking 13.3 cm, this colour of midnight blue ceramic pendant is not as commonly found as the usual white example

Following the acquisition of Georg Jensen by the then owners of Royal Copenhagen in 1968, a range of ceramic silver jewellery was produced. These incorporated the skills of the ceramists Doreen Middlebrow, Bodil Buch and Nils Thorsson, and the goldsmith Jen Winfeld-Hansen. To the reverse of this pendant one can seen the combined monogram back stamp for Bodil Buch and Jen Winfeld-Hansen along with Royal Copenhagen.

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