A group of Georg Jensen silverware in an auction selling silver flatware by Jensen

Selling Georg Jensen Silver with Sotheby's

Get Started with a Silver Estimate

Get Started with a Silver Estimate
Register or log in to your Sothebys.com account to request an estimate of your Jensen silver. Complimentary estimates are provided for each silver piece that meets our minimum consignment value ($5,000 in New York, £3,000 in London and HK$40,000 in Hong Kong).

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Georg Jensen silver centerpieces in an auction selling Jensen silver

Georg Jensen Silver Consigned with Sotheby's

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I sell my silver by Georg Jensen?
    The first step to sell your Jensen silver is determining its value. Sotheby's can assist by providing you with a free auction estimate when you submit photographs and information online. After considering your Jensen silver's condition, provenance and current market demand, Sotheby's specialists can recommend an appropriate sale to help you achieve the highest price at auction.
  • What are the best-selling flatware patterns by Jensen?
    The Acorn pattern, developed in 1915, is one of the best-known Jensen silverware patterns. The Scroll, Cactus, and Bernadotte flatware patterns by Jensen are rarer at auction and generate greater excitement when they appear.
  • How do I ship my Jensen silver to be sold at Sotheby's?
    All objects sold in our live or online auctions are safely secured at Sotheby's during the consignment period while our specialists catalogue the objects and as collectors and buyers inspect their prospective purchases. Once our specialists have provided you with an auction estimate and a sale recommendation for your antique silver, they will provide shipping quotes and logistical support. Sotheby’s works with white-glove shipping companies across the globe which can safely package and ship even the most precious pieces of antique silver.
  • How does Sotheby's determine how much my Jensen silver is worth?
    Our specialists have decades of experience in appraising and selling Georg Jensen silverware, vases, chandeliers, tea sets and other silver objects, and are very familiar with the global market. When you submit your Jensen silver for a valuation, our specialists consider its condition, ownership history, model, rarity, and its current desirability by collectors prior to determining its auction estimate value.

More information on how to sell with Sotheby's

Sotheby’s is your best resource to buy and sell antique silver by Georg Jensen including flatware in the Acorn pattern, Pyramid pattern, Cactus pattern, Scroll pattern, Continental pattern, Bernadotte pattern, Acanthus pattern, Cypress pattern, Beaded pattern, Blossom pattern, Grapevine pattern. These might include a Jensen chandelier, ewer, pitcher, plates, candelabra, tea set, jug, cocktail shaker, serving wares, candlesticks, bowl, basket or centerpiece, particularly the popular "Swan" pitcher design by Henning Koppel or other silver designed by Gustav Pederson, Harald Nielsen, Sigvard Bernadotte or Johan Rohde for Jensen.

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