Georg Jensen Small Tea Spoon

By: Sanjeevkumar

This stainless steel oval place spoon is the Tanaquilpattern by Silver. This pattern has a concave handle and wasdesigned by Magnus Stephensen. The soup spoon measures 6 7/8 inches long and isin excellent condition. Thank you for shopping with us for stainless steelreplacement flatware patterns.

The Georg Jensen Swedish designer and prince SigvardBernadotte designed the elegant Bernadotte cutlery with its fluted handle forGeorg Jensen in 1939. It cultivates the purity of form, but with Bernadotte'ssingularly personal style the contours take on a sensitivity that endows thecutlery with its natural elegance. Sigvard Bernadotte's silver cutlery from1939 emanates a sophisticated sense of style. The fluted handle is simple andaristocratic in its expression. The cutlery maintains the understated grace ofthe flute decoration in every detail, creating a whole that reflectsBernadotte's unwavering taste and feeling for the exclusivity of silver.

Cypress is an elegant pattern with a postwar modern look. Gentilecurved shapes are incorporated into the sleek handles with slightly raisededges on the front and back.? The backis engraved with a small cursive 'S' monogram. The Cypress pattern was designedby Tias Eckhoff was a graduate of the Norwegian School of Arts & Crafts andwon many prizes including the Lunning Prize in 1953 and gold medals at theMilan Triennale in 1954 and 1957.? TheLunning Prize was established in 1952 and awarded each year to 2 recipientsrecognized as distinguished and gifted designers and craftsmen fromScandinavia.? In 1952, Tias Eckhoff andHenning Koppel won this prestigious award.

The Georg Jensen BEADED cutlery pattern is a delicate andgenteel design that is representative of the early 20th century's art-nouveaustyle. The pattern's hammered surface and simple row of beads, which accentuatethe handle, make BEADED one of Georg Jensen's classic silver flatware patterns.Please purchase on online

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