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Date of the auction: 10.06.2021

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Sigvard Bernadotte

Sigvard Bernadotte (b. 1907, d. 2002) “Bernadotte”. Sterling silver cutlery. Georg Jensen after 1945. Designed 1939. Weight excluding pieces with steel 2612 g. (69) Comprising: 8 dinner knives with long handle 8 dinner forks 7 dinner spoons 8 luncheon knives with long handle 8 luncheon forks 8

Lot #: 902-923

Estimate: DKK20,000 - DKK25,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Karl Gustav Hansen

Karl Gustav Hansen (b. Odense 1925, d. 2017) A circular sterling silver teapot with hammered surface. Ivory handle and finial. Made and marked by Hans Hansen anno 1947. Designed 1944. Weight 762 gr. H. incl. handle 18.5 cm. Literature: Jörg Schwandt: “Karl Gustav Hansen Sølv/Silber 1930–1994

Lot #: 902-924

Estimate: DKK20,000 - DKK25,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Harald Nielsen

Harald Nielsen (b. Baarse 1892, d. 1977) “Pyramid”. Sterling silver and silver cutlery. Georg Jensen 1915–1930, 1933–1944 and after 1945. Designed 1926. Weight excluding pieces with steel 4184 g. (132) Comprising: 11 dinner knives with long handle 12 dinner forks 13 dinner spoons 1 large dinner

Lot #: 902-925

Estimate: DKK50,000 - DKK60,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen (b. Rådvad 1866, d. Hellerup 1935) A pair of crystal glass wine decanters with sterling silver stoppers. Stoppers with lightly hammered surface and grapes. Georg Jensen 1915–1930. H. resp. 30.5 and 30.7 cm. (2) Provenance: Painter Ejnar Nielsen (b. 1872, d. 1956). Thence by descent

Lot #: 902-926

Estimate: DKK40,000 - DKK50,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen (b. Rådvad 1866, d. Hellerup 1935) A pair of silver bottle/decanter coasters with grapes. Inner base of carved mahogany. Georg Jensen 1915–1930. Design no. 229. Total weight 1130 g. H. 6.5 cm. Diam. 14 cm. Inner diam. 11 cm. (2) Provenance: Painter Ejnar Nielsen (b. 1872, d. 1956

Lot #: 902-927

Estimate: DKK40,000 - DKK50,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen (b. Rådvad 1866, d. Hellerup 1935) Circular silver fuit bowl with hammered surface. Bevelled clear glass liner. Georg Jensen 1915–1927. Design no. 16. Weight 828 g. H. 13 cm. Diam. 23.7 cm. Provenance: Painter Ejnar Nielsen (b. 1872, d. 1956). Thence by descent within the family

Lot #: 902-928

Estimate: DKK25,000 - DKK30,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen (b. Rådvad 1866, d. Hellerup 1935) A round sterling silver covered dish with hammered surface. Finial and handles in the shape of grapes. Georg Jensen 1933–1944. Design no. 408 E. Weight 1245 g. H. 14.5 cm. Diam. 24 cm. Literature: David A. Taylor & Jason W. Laskey: “Holloware - The

Lot #: 902-929

Estimate: DKK30,000 - DKK40,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Johan Rohde

Johan Rohde (b. Randers 1856, d. Hellerup 1935) “Acorn”/“Kongemønster”. Sterling silver cutlery. Georg Jensen after 1945. Designed 1915. Weight excluding pieces with steel 2683 g. (79) Comprising: 12 dinner knives with long handle 12 dinner forks L. 19 cm. 12 large dinner forks 20.1 cm. 12 dessert

Lot #: 902-930

Estimate: DKK20,000 - DKK30,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Evald Nielsen

Evald Nielsen (b. Stubbekøbing 1879, d. Frederiksberg 1958) A large oval silver serving tray. Ends with stylized openwork foliage. Made and marked by Evald Nielsen anno 1944. Weight 1944 g. H. 3.5 cm. W. 36 cm. L. 58.5 cm.
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Lot #: 902-931

Estimate: DKK30,000 - DKK40,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Sigvard Bernadotte

Sigvard Bernadotte (b. 1907, d. 2002) “Bernadotte”. Sterling silver cutlery. Georg Jensen after 1945. Designed 1939. Weight excluding pieces with steel 2665 g. (69) Comprising: 9 dinner knives 10 dinner forks 10 dinner spoons 10 luncheon knives 10 luncheon forks 10 dessert spoons 10 tea spoons

Lot #: 902-932

Estimate: DKK30,000 - DKK40,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Ole Bent Petersen

Ole Bent Petersen (b. 1938, d. 1998) “Bølgeblik”/“Wave gaze”. Sculptural sterling silver fruit dish. Marked Ole Bent Petersen, Sterling, Denmark. Weight 958 g. H. 4 cm. W. 24.7 cm. L. 29 cm. Literature: Lise Funder: “Dansk Sølv i Det 20. Århundrede”, the present dish is ill. p. 194. This lot is

Lot #: 902-933

Estimate: DKK30,000 - DKK35,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Ole Bent Petersen

Ole Bent Petersen (b. 1938, d. 1998) Round sterling silver wine pitcher with oval handle and four sterling silver wine goblets with oval base and round top. The wine pitcher's cover inside with cabochon-cut amethyst surrounded by gold. Marked Ole Bent Petersen, 925S, Sterling, Denmark. Made 1990

Lot #: 902-934

Estimate: DKK40,000 - DKK50,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Tias Eckhoff

Tias Eckhoff (b. Vestre Slidre 1926, d. 2016) “Cypress”. Sterling silver cutlery. Georg Jensen after 1945. Designed 1953. Weight excluding pieces with steel 5205 g. (182) Comprising: 10 lobster forks 10 fish knives 10 fish forks 13 bouillon spoons 12 dinner knives 14 dinner forks 2 dinner spoons 12

Lot #: 902-935

Estimate: DKK30,000 - DKK40,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Henning Koppel

Henning Koppel (b. Copenhagen 1918, d. s.p. 1981) Sterling silver sculpture. Marked signature Henning Koppel, No. 1. Georg Jensen after 1945. Mounted on ebony base. Weight including base 3574 g. H. 43.5 cm. W. 29 cm. D. 8.5 cm. This lot is subject to Artist's Royalty . Artist’s Royalty In accordance

Lot #: 902-936

Estimate: DKK40,000 - DKK50,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Tapio Wirkkala

Tapio Wirkkala (b. 1915, d. 1985) 12 sterling silver charger plates with Brazilian rosewood centre. Made resp. 1972, 1973 and 1974. Designed 1957. Made by Hopeakeskus Oy, Finland. Total weight including Brazilian rosewood 6255 g. Diam. 30 cm. (12) Literature: “Tapio Wirkkala - eye, hand and

Lot #: 902-937

Estimate: DKK35,000 - DKK40,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Karl Gustav Hansen

Karl Gustav Hansen (b. Kolding 1914, d. 2002) Sterling silver teapot with ivory handle and finial. Made and marked by Hans Hansen anno 1988. Design no. 454. Weight 884 g. H. incl. handle 19.5 cm. This lot is subject to Artist's Royalty . Artist’s Royalty In accordance with Danish copyright law, an

Lot #: 902-938

Estimate: DKK25,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Johan Rohde

Johan Rohde (b. Randers 1856, d. Hellerup 1935) “Kongemønster”/“Acorn”. Sterling silver cutlery. Georg Jensen 1933–1944, 1945–1951 and after 1945. Designed 1915. Weight excluding pieces with steel 4728 g. (143) Comprising: 12 dinner knives with long handle 6 large dinner forks L. 19.8 cm. 12 dinner

Lot #: 902-939

Estimate: DKK40,000 - DKK50,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Sigvard Bernadotte

Sigvard Bernadotte (b. 1907, d. 2002) “Bernadotte”. Sterling silver cutlery. Georg Jensen 1944–1951 and after 1945. Designed 1939. Weight excluding pieces with steel 4956 g. (109) Comprising: 18 fish forks 6 soup spoons 12 dinner knives with long handle 12 dinner forks 6 dinner spoons 12 dessert

Lot #: 902-940

Estimate: DKK25,000 - DKK30,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen (b. Rådvad 1866, d. Hellerup 1935) Sterling silver sugar caster with lightly hammered surface. Foot with grapes in relief. Georg Jensen 1945–1977. Design no. 296 A. Weight 318 g. H. 18 cm. Literature: David A. Taylor & Jason W. Laskey: “Georg Jensen Holloware - The Silver Fund

Lot #: 902-941

Estimate: DKK10,000 - DKK12,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen (b. Rådvad 1866, d. Hellerup 1935) “Blossom”. Sterling silver gravy boat and ladle with lightly hammered surface. The gravy boat's handle of carved ivory. Georg Jensen 1945–1977. Design no. 2B and 84. Total weight 507 g. H. incl. handle 10.7 cm. Sauce ladle: L. 17.8 cm. (2)
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Lot #: 902-942

Estimate: DKK10,000 - DKK15,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Sigvard Bernadotte

Sigvard Bernadotte (b. 1907, d. 2002) “Bernadotte”. A large sterling silver cutlery set. Georg Jensen after 1945. Designed 1939. Weight excluding pieces with steel 7039 g. (166) Comprising: 12 fish knives 12 fish forks 12 dinner knives with long handle 12 dinner forks 12 dinner spoons 12 dessert

Lot #: 902-943

Estimate: DKK60,000 - DKK70,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Jeanne Grut

Jeanne Grut (b. Nøjsomhed, Købelov Sogn 1927, d. 2009) “Blue Fish”/“Coelacanth”. A large faience wall relief. Decorated with blue and black glaze. Made and marked by Aluminia, Denmark. L. 115 cm. Literature: Leif Lautrup-Larsen: “Stentøj - Den Kongelige Porcelænsfabrik”, 2007, ill. p. 259–260. This

Lot #: 902-944

Estimate: DKK20,000 - DKK25,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Per Weiss

Per Weiss (b. Melby 1953) A large stoneware floor vase modelled with relief windings. Decorated with sand coloured, light brown and light blue glaze. The inside with bluish black glaze. Marked monogram. Unique. H. 67 cm. Diam. 57 cm. This lot is subject to Artist's Royalty . Artist’s Royalty In

Lot #: 902-945

Estimate: DKK60,000 - DKK75,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Birger Kaipiainen

Birger Kaipiainen (b. Björneborg 1915, d. 1988) “Beaded bird”. A large patinated iron bird sculpture. Metal wire decor with blue-, grey- and bronze glazed ceramic beads. Rectangular base signed Kaipianen. Made at Arabia, Finland ca. 1960. H. 130 cm. Literature: “Mobilia”, no. 86, September 1962

Lot #: 902-946

Estimate: DKK300,000 - DKK500,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Eva Stæhr-Nielsen

Eva Stæhr-Nielsen (b. Frederiksberg 1911, d. 1976) A round chamotte stoneware floor vase modelled with crane motifs. Decorated wirh dark blue and greenish brown glaze. Signed E.St.N. Made and marked by Saxbo, Denmark. Made 1950–1968. H. 45 cm.
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Lot #: 902-947

Estimate: DKK15,000 - DKK20,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Eva Stæhr-Nielsen

Eva Stæhr-Nielsen (b. Frederiksberg 1911, d. 1976) A tall stoneware floor vase modelled in slightly four-sided shape and with relief decor. Decorared with brown green and reddish brown glaze. Signed E.St.N. Made and marked by Saxbo, Denmark. Made 1950–1968. H. 84 cm.
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Lot #: 902-948

Estimate: DKK30,000 - DKK40,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Axel Salto

Axel Salto (b. Copenhagen 1889, d. Frederiksberg 1961) A large stoneware vase modelled with fruits and leaves. Decorated with olivin glaze. Signed Salto, 20713. Royal Copenhagen. Presumably made 1954. Model designed 1944. H. 28.8 cm. Diam. max. 28 cm. Literature: “Axel Salto - Master of Stoneware

Lot #: 902-949

Estimate: DKK100,000 - DKK125,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Axel Salto

Axel Salto (b. Copenhagen 1889, d. Frederiksberg 1961) Circular stoneware bowl, exterior modelled in fluted style. Decorated with Sung glaze with greyish blue elements. Signed Salto. Royal Copenhagen. H. 12.5–12.9 cm. Diam. 28.5–28.7 cm.
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Lot #: 902-950

Estimate: DKK30,000 - DKK40,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Arno Malinowski

Arno Malinowski (b. Copenhagen 1899, d. 1976) A round stoneware vase modelled with relief decor. Decorated with ochre brown glaze. Signed monogram, 20291. Royal Copenhagen. The model designed 1934. H. 20.2 cm. Diam. 19.5 cm.
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Lot #: 902-951

Estimate: DKK15,000 - DKK20,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021

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Axel Salto

Axel Salto (b. Copenhagen 1889, d. Frederiksberg 1961) L. Lindahl A round stoneware vase modelled with ears of rye. Decorated with brown glaze with grey elements. Signed monogram for L. Lindahl and marked Salto, C802. Made and marked by Bing & Grøndahl. Designed ca. 1923–1925. H. 19.7 cm. The

Lot #: 902-952

Estimate: DKK20,000 - DKK25,000

Date: 10 Jun 2021