George Jensen Sterling Silver Blossom Pattern # 84 Pie / Cake Knife / Server Circa Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century

George Jensen Sterling Silver Blossom Pattern # 84 Pie / Cake Knife / Server Circa Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century

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George Jensen Sterling Silver Blossom Pattern # 84 Pie / Cake Knife / Server Circa Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century
George Jensen Sterling Silver Blossom Pattern # 84 Pie / Cake Knife / Server Circa Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century
George Jensen Sterling Silver Blossom Pattern # 84 Pie / Cake Knife / Server Circa Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century
George Jensen Sterling Silver Blossom Pattern # 84 Pie / Cake Knife / Server Circa Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century

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Georg [George] Jensen Blossom sterling silver pie or cake server / knife of the grape [pattern # 84] design. This pie server measures approx. 9 1/2" in length and is in fine original condition with no signs of prior restoration, and has been recently polished. Impressed with authentic "Georg Jensen Denmark Sterling" insignia and marked with the pattern # 84 [Blossom]. Georg Jensen is one of the greatest silversmiths of all time. Soon after he opened his workshop in 1904 his unique flatware, jewelry and hollow ware became world famous. Today Georg Jensen’s silver art is just as alive,vibrant, and extremely desirable as when he first designed it.

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  • 5033
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  • Antiques
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  • Circa Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century
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  • Condition
  • Fine original condition, no signs of prior restoration, recently polished.

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