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One Pair of hand-hammered sterling silver open salt cellars and spoons, Georg Jensen, Denmark, circa 1930.

The hand hammered round bowl is organic in form with a handle issuing from the rim and curving down to fork and end in small ball feet. These feet counterbalance the bowl for stability. Each open salt is accompanied by a small spoon with a curved handle that scrolls onto itself around small balls that become the feet supporting it.

Both pieces are hallmarked with Jensen's rectangular cartouche encompassing a florid “J” surrounding his small inner “G”. Below the cartouche is “STERLING, DENMARK, 110.” This JG hallmark was in use between 1933 and 1944.

Each salt measures 1⅜” diameter, ½” high, and is 2” in length including the handle; each matching spoon measures 1¾” in length.

All show only the fine marks left by careful polishing, nothing serious. One of these has faint scattered pale grey spots in the bowl as distinctly shown -as salt can mar silver- but these have not been professionally cleaned and are being offered 'as found.'

A lovely addition to any table or Jensen collection.

One pair of sterling silver Georg Jensen open salts and matching spoons, marked 110


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: sterling silver, silver, Georg Jensen, Jensen
  • Only ships within United States.
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