Georg Jensen, Acorn pattern silver and steel cake knife, Denmark, 1938 import mark SOLD

Georg Jensen, an Acorn (aka Konge) pattern silver handled cake knife, Denmark, London import marks 1938, stamped Georg Jensen ‘GJ’ monogram, ‘Sterling Denmark’, import marks and sponsors mark ‘G.J.Ltd’ for Georg Jensen, Frank Cobb steel blade to the loaded handle, length 15.4 cm SOLD

The Acorn (Konge) pattern was designed by the Danish artist Johan Rohde in 1915. Rohde approached Jensen to make a coffee service for his new home some years earlier. From there a formal business relationship between Johan Rohde and Georg Jensen built up. The Acorn (Konge) pattern has proved an ever popular pattern to this day.

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Georg Jensen, an Acorn (aka Konge) pattern silver handled cake knife, Denmark, London import marks 1938, stamped Georg Jensen ‘GJ’ monogram, ‘Sterling Denmark’, import marks and sponsors mark ‘G.J.Ltd’ for Georg Jensen, Frank Cobb steel blade to the loaded handle, length 15.4 cm SOLD

The Acorn (Konge) pattern was designed by the Danish artist Johan Rohde in 1915. Rohde approached Jensen to make a coffee service for his new home some years earlier. From there a formal business relationship between Johan Rohde and Georg Jensen built up. The Acorn (Konge) pattern has proved an ever popular pattern to this day.

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