Pair of Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Five-Light Candelabra
Pattern 383A, designed by Georg Jensen in 1920, 1945-77
In the grape pattern, each stamped GEORG JENSEN DENMARK STERLING and with pattern number. Height 10 1/4 inches, total approximately 192 ounces.
Janet Drucker, Georg Jensen a Tradition of Splendid Silver, 1997, p. 54, for an illustration of a candelabrum no. 383 from the Collection of The Newark Museum, New Jersey.
A similar pair sold Christie's, New York, Important Silver and Objects of Vertu, October 19, 2012, lot 12; another pair sold Sotheby's, New York, Important English and European Decorative Arts, November 18, 2011, lot 305; a candelabrum no. 383 sold Doyle, New York, Doyle+Design, September 28, 2010, lot 148; another pair sold Christie's, New York, 100 Years of Georg Jensen: Magificent Silver From the Rowler Collection, January 19, 2005, lot 113.
C Private Connecticut Collection
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