Georg Jensen exceptionally rare Amber, Coral and Opal No 4 Necklace C.1915. The foliate links with oxidized stippled background against polished silver each bezel set with pairs of oval coral cabochons, interspaced with larger drops of opals, and set with amber torpedo like drops, clasp conforming in design. 1915-30 marks GI 830S. GI impressed in circle of dots maker’s mark. Length: 18.50 inches. Item Weight: 152 grams. Ref: Danske Smykker Danish Jewelry Jacob Thage P93 No 75 Original photograph Georg Jensen Museum. Ref: Georg Jensen Silver & Design Thomas C Thulstrup P38. Designed by Georg Jensen, executed by Henry Pilstrup. Exhibition piece and received the award for the most beautiful exhibit at the Independent Exhibition, Copenhagen in 1909
Georg Jensen exceptionally rare Amber, Coral and Opal No 4 Necklace C.1915 SOLDby Louis Wine
Georg Jensen exceptionally rare Amber, Coral and Opal No 4 Necklace C.1915.
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