This great Georg Jensen Sterling Silver coffee pot is in the desirable BLOSSOM pattern, c. 1925-1932. This gorgeous design features a visible hand hammered finish and a low, stout body shape with toad's feet and a magnolia blossom as the finial. This pattern was designed by Jensen in 1905 and is certainly whimsical and imaginative which is typical of Jensen's designs incorporating shapes and figures from nature into his organic shaped items. The pot is marked with all the correct stamps which include "GJ, Denmark, Sterling, 2B". Marks also include the "crown" stamp which dates the pot to 1925-1932 and the oval Georg Jensen stamp with "GJ, 925".
The beautiful BLOSSOM pattern designed in 1905 quickly became one of Jensen's all-time most popular patterns. Of all Jensen's unique designs, this pattern was the most typical of the Art Nouveau period. The flower bud was inspired by Japanese art, with the magnolia bud being a symbol for the month of May and the toad being a symbol of "good luck" in Japan. Purchased new today, this pot retails for $14,920.00.
Dimensions: 7 1/4" high, 5" in diameter with an overall width of 8" (including handle). Weighs 636 grams.
Condition: Silver is in excellent Estate condition with no scratches, dents or dings reflecting only minimal signs of gentle use.
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