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Design 591 by Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen
Six rare Art Deco silver cordial goblets with rim stamped import hallmarks for London, England via George Stockwell (Stockwell & Co Ltd) in 1929/30 as 925-grade silver. On the base of each is a period Georg Jensen makers mark, the GJ925 silver mark and design number 591.
One also bears the designer mark “dessin GP” for Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen. Gundlach-Pedersen studied sculpture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Beginning in 1911 he worked at the Georg Jensen Silversmithy and from 1926 - 54 he was the assistant director. He was represented in many exhibitions and received a gold medal at the Paris World Exhibition in 1925 and the Diplome d'honneru at L'Exposition Internationale, in Paris in 1937. He was known for Art Deco designs and was also an important architect.
925 Solid Silver/Hand beaten finish
|Height||2.90 inch||(7.37 cm)|
|Width||1.50 inch||(3.81 cm)|