Different Type of Flatewares in etabletop

By: Sanjeevkumar

A minimalist classic, this George Jensen flatware representsthe essence of the Danish modern style and has been in continuous productionsince it was first designed. Used as the flatware of the crew in StanleyKubrick's film, "A Space Odyssey," the futuristic looking set issleek, with the handles only slightly differentiated, and the knife bladeindicated by only a subtle indentation.

Georg Jensen's early training as a sculptor and silversmithinfluenced his designs and the idyllic landscape of his childhood was reflectedin his work throughout his career. Georg Jensen's interest in nature andnatural forms was also in keeping with Art Nouveau principles current in Parisand elsewhere at the turn of the Twentieth Century. drewinspiration from fruits, leaves and flowers, translating them into silverornaments. Like other modern artists and craftsmen, Georg Jensen preserved theevidence of process that went into the making of a work, often enriching thesurface of his silverwares with visible hammer marks.

Collab is a nonprofit group that raises funds for themuseum's modern and contemporary design collection, which ranges fromappliances and furniture to ceramics, glass, metalwork and works on paper. Itsannual Design Excellence Award is presented to a design professional who hasmade a significant contribution to the field. Please purchase on online

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