Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Bracelet No. 136 by Arno Malinowski
Rare, Modernist bracelet that is a pleasure to wear. It is extremely well-made with an ingenious, invisible clasp.
Designer: Arno Malinowski Maker: Georg Jensen Design #: 136 Circa: Post 1945 Dimensions: 7"L x 1" Country of Origin: Denmark
Arno Malinowski (1899 - 1976) was one of the most versatile designers who ever worked for the Georg Jensen Silversmithy. He was successful not only as a designer of silver objects, but also as a sculptor, ceramist, engraver and medalist. Malinowski received training at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Sculpture, Copenhagen, from 1919 to 1922. He was associated with the Royal Danish Porcelain Manufactory from 1921 to 1935, where he designed a series of statuettes depicting mythological characters and, after 1930, stoneware with celadon and oxblood glazes.
For a number of years, he also worked as a medalist, executing detailed designs for small bronze medallions. He was associated with the Jensen Silversmithy for many years; from 1936 to 1944, and again from 1949 to 1965. Malinowski participated in many exhibitions and won numerous awards for his work as a designer in silver, porcelain and bronze. He received a silver medal at the Paris World Exhibition (1925), the Eckersberg Medal (1933) and the Carlson Prize (1936).