Dinner Spoon by Harald Nielsen for Georg Jensen
Pyramid pays tribute to the geometric flair of 1920's Art Deco without compromising the carefully calibrated harmony, central to Harald Nielsen's work. Forms inspired by ancient Egypt were a defining characteristic of the era, a trend ignited by the discovery of King Tutankhamen's tomb.
Material: Sterling Silver
Measurements: H: 7.28 inches.
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Harald Nielsen 1892 - 1977 had an outstanding talent as a draughtsman and was the originator of some of the most successful designs from Georg Jensen Silversmithy in the 1920s and 30s. He came to the Georg Jensen Silversmithy as an apprentice as early as 1909 and went on to become Georg Jensen’s trusted colleague. After Georg Jensen’s death in 1935, Harald Nielsen made it his life’s work to carry on the master’s work. In total, Nielsen spent more than half a century at Georg Jensen.