Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Art Deco 4-Branch Candelabra, No. 623B

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UsedLikeNew : Excellent condition

  • AGE : 1900-1940
  • STYLE : Art Deco
  • BRAND : Georg Jensen
  • COMPOSITION : Sterling Silver
  • MAKER : Georg Jensen
  • TYPE : Candlesticks & Candelabras

Georg Jensen very rare Art Deco candelabra, no. 623B.
Pair of four branch Art Deco rare candelabra designed by Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen in 1937. Features a sturdy, step-up base and strong and sleek arms topped with &quot ring&quot motif characteristic of this designer who preferred very clean Minimalist lines.
Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen:
Trained as an architect at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, school of Architecture, Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen (1886 - 1960) went on to design a number of important buildings in Denmark. In 1927, he became the manager of the Georg Jensen Silversmithy, a position he held until 1931. Gundlach-Pedersen designed two flatware patterns for the Silversmithy. One, introduced in 1931, is called &quot Relief&quot or &quot Parallel,&quot and the other, introduced in 1937, is called &quot Ladby&quot or &quot Nordic.&quot During the 1920s and &apos 30s, he also designed a number of pieces of holloware, including bowls, candelabras, candlesticks, cups, dishes and trays. All these pieces have clean lines, smooth surfaces and little or no ornamentation.
Weight: 31.1 ozt
A similar example can seen in the
book, Georg Jensen Holloware, The Silver Fund Collection by David A. Taylor
and Jason W. Laskey, pg. 219. (see photo)
Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen
Georg Jensen
Design #:
8&quot H x 7&quot D
Country of Origin:
Magnificent! Pristine condition.

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