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The Metropolitan Museum of Art, located in New York City, is the largest art museum in the United States. Founded in 1870, it is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world with its permanent collection containing more than two million works.

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Sugar with lid by Johan Rohde, Modern and Contemporary Art Gift of Maxine Harrison, 1991 Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY Medium: Silver and ivory Charles Demuth, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Large Art, Metropolitan Museum, Tea Set, Metal Working, Tea Party, Contemporary Art
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Johan Rohde | Coffee pot with Lid | The Met

Johan Rohde, Pitcher, 1920 Silver x Diameter Denmark A Simple form with smooth flowing lines, far away from ornate designs Rohde has done in the past. The surface finish is a finely beaten texture to mimic as if it were machine made. Large Art, Medium, Designer, Mid Century, Vase, Silver, Surface Finish, Metropolitan Museum, Denmark
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Johan Rohde | Pitcher | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

 Designer: Georg Jensen (Danish, Rådvad Hellerup) Date: 1919 Large Art, Candelabra, Metropolitan Museum, Art Museum, Danish, Sterling Silver, Gallery, Museum Of Art, Candlesticks
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Georg Jensen | Candelabra | The Met

Inscription: Signed: GEORG JENSEN [enclosed by pellets within oval]Marking: 925.S [in rectangle] / STERLING [in rectangle on 23.179.1; impressed on 23.179.2] DENMARK [in rectangle on 23

This strangely expressive and elegant serving dish was likely made for fish. Maker Culture, Walker Art, Memorial Museum, Art Institute Of Chicago, Large Art, Serving Dishes, Metropolitan Museum, Art Museum, Art History
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Henning Koppel | Serving dish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This strangely expressive and elegant serving dish was likely made for fish. It is shaped like a giant shell, its handles resembling the mouth of a sea creature.

"Mobius" Designer: Georg Jensen (Danish, Rådvad Hellerup) Date: 1969

Georg Jensen | "Mobius" | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This collection of largely ethnographic jewelry includes examples from cultures in South America, North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa and dates from the Pre-Columbian period to the twentieth century

Georg Jensen Large Centerpiece Bowl No 196 by Johan Rhode Silver Centerpiece, Centerpieces, Handmade Sterling Silver, Large Art, Metropolitan Museum, Art Museum, Gallery, Jewelry, Jewlery

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Gallery 925 Georg Jensen Silver - Holloware, flatware, jewelry

The famous "Rose" Bonbonnière by Georg Jensen Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Art Academy, Postmodernism, Large Art, Art Museum, 1920s, Keepsakes, Metropolitan Museum
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Georg Jensen | Sugar bowl | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Coffee Pot, Part of Coffee Service Designer: Sigvard Bernadotte (Swedish, Drottningholm Castle (near Stockholm) Stockholm) Manufacturer: Georg Jensen (Danish, Rådvad Hellerup) Date: ca. 1939 Medium: Silver and wood Coffee Service, Tea Service, Art Nouveau, Ma Baker, Design Industrial, Cafetiere, Vintage Coffee, Art Deco Design, Wooden Handles
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Sigvard Bernadotte | Coffee Pot, Part of Coffee Service | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inscription: Signed: GEORG JENSEN [enclosed by pellets, below crown]Marking: (impressed): Sigvard [script]; GI / 925 / S [enclosed by pellets]; 925.S; STERLING; DENMARK; 849

Bowl Manufacturer: Georg Jensen (Danish, Rådvad Hellerup) Designer: Johan Rohde (Danish, Randers Hellerup) Date: 1918 Medium: Silver Maker Culture, V60 Coffee, Large Art, Metropolitan Museum, Scandinavian Design, Art Museum, Art History, Metal Working, Art Decor
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Georg Jensen | Bowl | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inscription: (on base): GEORG JENSEN [enclosed by pellets within oval] / G I / 830 / S [enclosed by pellets within oval] / R J [monogram enclosed by pellets within oval] / 191[... last numeral illegible, in rectangle] / (impressed) 171

Silver champagne bucket, Harold Nielsen for Georg Jensen, Denmark, ca. Champagne Buckets, Art Deco Jewelry, Large Art, Art Deco Fashion, Scandinavian Design, Antique Silver, Art Decor, Art Nouveau, Barware
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Harold Nielsen | Champagne Bucket | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The elegant simplicity of this bucket characterizes the pared-down aesthetic Georg Jensen became known for during the inter-war years.In antiquity, urns - covered vases without handles - were conceived as holders for the ashes of the dead

Kettle and stand Maker: Tiffany & Co. Date: 1928 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Silver, wood American Wings, Maker Culture, Blue Books, Large Art, Old And New, Kettle, Metal Working, Tiffany, Metropolitan Museum
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Tiffany & Co. | Kettle and stand | American | The Met

Marking: Kettle marked on underside: TIFFANY & C[superscript o over - over ..] / 21261 MAKERS 10385 / STERLING SILVER / 925-1000 / M [in curvilinear font]; SPECIAL HAND WORK / 2 PINTSStand marked on underside of stretchers: TIFFANY & C[superscript o over -] 21261 MAKERS 10385 STERLING 925-1000 M [in curvilinear font] ; SPECIAL HAND WORKBurner marked on underside: TIFFANY & C[superscript o over -] / 21261 MAKERS 10385 / STERLING SILVER / 925-1000 / M [in curvilinear font] ; SPECIAL HAND WORK

Tureen Artist: Georg Jensen (Danish, Rådvad 1866–1935 Hellerup) Date: ca. 1925 Culture: Danish Medium: Silver Vintage Silver, Antique Silver, Art Object, Large Art, Candelabra, Decorative Bells, Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum, Danish
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Georg Jensen | Tureen and Tray | Danish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Inscription: Inscribed (on interior roof of cover, engraved): This graceful and powerful / work of artistic silver / symbolizes your beauty / your dignity of character / your eminent sense of fairness / and justice / I LOVE YOU / Christmas 1944 / [illegible initials]; (on tray, bottom center, engraved): This masterpiece / to [illegible initials] from [illegible initials] / Christmas

Art Deco Silver Tea Pot / Kettle on stand with burner Peter Müller-Munk ca. 1931 Silver and ivory Motif Art Deco, Art Deco Design, Art Nouveau, Art Deco Period, Art Deco Era, Interiores Art Deco, Pittsburgh, Schrift Design, Vase Deco
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Peter Müller-Munk | Kettle on stand with burner | The Met

Inscription: On kettle (underside, stamped): P [within a circle] / PETER MÜLLER-MUNK; on stand (stamped): PETER MULLER-MUNKMarking: On kettle (underside, stamped): HANDWROUGHT / STERLING SILVER / 925/1000; on stand (stamped): STERLING SILVER / 925 / 1000; on burner (underside, stamped): STERLING SILVER / 925 / 1000