Georg Jensen Moonlight Grapes sterling silver brooch design number 217A! The classic grape cluster is made in a three dimensional design dangling from grape leaves, creating a stunning brooch. The pin was designed by Harald Nielsen in the 1920s. The pin is marked on the back with the Georg Jensen famous dotted logo trademark (post 1945), 217A, Sterling and Denmark. Tiny gas holes are noticeable on the reverse of the pin and were placed to prevent the piece from expanding and distorting when the two halves were soldered together before finishing (a sign of a vintage pin).
This is a lush, eye-catching pin, in an endless style. The Georg Jensen company is currently selling a modernized collection of the popular Moonlight Grapes jewelry. Here is your chance to own a piece of the original vintage Moonlight Grapes jewelry!
Interestingly, one of the photos shows crown princess Mary of Denmark wearing Georg Jensen's Moonlight Grapes jewelry.
Size: 1.7 inches by 1.1 inches
Weight: 6.7 g
Condition: Excellent vintage. Lovely warm patina. The clasp is sturdy.
Harald Nielsen (1892-1977)
Harald Nielsen 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. At the beginning of his career, Nielsen’s designs were similar to the prevalent Art Nouveau style of the time.
Georg Jensen Sterling "Moonlight Grapes" Pin/Brooch No. 217A Made in Denmark
$175 $249 SALE