Two ca. 1920s–1930s Georg Jensen Silver trade catalogs with price lists.
Two trade catalogs and two price lists featuring silver, silverware, and jewelry designed by Danish silversmith, Georg Jensen (d. 1935) for Georg Jensen & Wendel A/S [Ltd.], founded in 1918 by Jensen, Nils Wendel, and Thorolf Moeller.
For objects in silver, the catalogs advertised bowls, candlesticks, tea and coffee sets, vases, pitchers, platters and other table ware, flat ware and serving pieces.
Gold and silver jewelry were also offered: bracelets, pendants, brooches, rings, and cufflinks and boudoir accoutrements. One illustration displays an elaborate silver choker, with filigree work set with semi-precious stones, to showcase the firm’s high-style craftsmanship.
1. Georg Jensen Sølv, Silver–Argenterie–Silber. Copenhagen: C.C. Petersen, [ca.1925]. 28 pages. Wraps. 8¼ x 5 inches. Illustrated. Text in Danish, English, German and French. [With:] Georg Jensen Sølv Prisliste, Price-List. [Copenhagen:] C.C. Petersen, c.1925. pp. Bifolium. 7¾ x 4¼ inches.
2. Georg Jensen Bordsølv Illustrationer Kuvert-og Special-Mønstre, Flat Silver and Odd Pieces. København [Copenhagen]: C.C. Petersen, [ca. 1930s]. 12 pages. Wraps. 9 x 5½ inches. Illustrated. Text in Danish and English. Small illustrated leaf tipped onto page 3 showing an additional table ware pattern. [With:] Georg Jensen Flat Silver Price-List over Flat Silver and Odd Pieces. Copenhagen: C.C. Petersen, [ca.1930s]. 12 pages. 8¾ x 5¾ inches. Text in English.
Description: Two ca. 1920s–1930s Georg Jensen Silver trade catalogs with price lists.
Four items, all in very good to near fine condition.