Georg Jensen Sterling Silver "Pyramid" Mustard Pot with Spoon, Salt Cellar with Spoon, Pepper Shaker, and Tray No. 632/632A by Harald Nielsen
Unique set designed by Harald Nielsen in 1927. Mustard pot and salt cellar have a vibrant green enameled interior.
Dimensions: Mustard Pot - 2.5" H x 2.5"W (including handle) Mustard Pot Spoon - 3.25" H x .75" W Salt Cellar - .63" H x 2.25" W Salt Cellar Spoon - 2" H x .75" W Pepper Shaker - 1.75" H x 1.24" W Tray - 6.75" W (across the handles), 5.57" L
Designer: Harald Nielsen Maker: Georg Jensen Design #: 632 and 632A Circa: 1930's and Post 1945 Country of Origin: Denmark
Harald Nielsen bio: Harald Nielsen (1892 - 1977) is an important figure in the history of the Georg Jensen Silversmithy. He was not only a masterful designer; he helped facilitate a smooth transition from the first generation of the firm’s designers, notably Georg Jensen and Johan Rohde - to those who followed, and played a key role in ensuring the continuity of high standards of craftsmanship and design creativity. Nielsen was the younger brother of Georg Jensen’s third wife, Johanne Nielsen. Although he aspired to be a painter, in 1909 he became an apprentice in Jensen’s small workshop, where he was initially employed as a chaser. Later, he became one of the Silversmithy’s designers and the director of the smithy’s school for apprentices, the latter a position he held for seventeen years. He served as the Silversmithy’s director from 1954 through 1958, and as its artistic director from 1958 to 1962.