GEORG JENSEN | AN EARLY DANISH SILVER PLATTER, MAZARINE AND COVER, PYRAMID PATTERN NO. 600 B, DESIGNED BY HARALD NIELSEN, GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, 1933-1944
Estimate: 80,000 - 120,000 CHF
1866 - 1935
AN EARLY DANISH SILVER PLATTER, MAZARINE AND COVER, PYRAMID PATTERN NO. 600 B, DESIGNED BY HARALD NIELSEN, GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, 1933-1944
Marked on reverse, rim of mazarine and edge of cover
64.3 cm (length over handles); Weight: 6,039 g
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Harald Nielsen was one of Georg Jensen's most acclaimed designers in the 1920s and 1930s. He succeeded Georg Jensen as the artistic director in 1935. Nielsen developed quickly his own distinctive style and moved away from Jensens ornamental Art Nouveau to a modern style with clear forms and lines. He created some of the most successful designs in the Georg Jensen Silversmithy, one of the best-known being the popular “Pyramid” pattern.