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Bowl 1402, Sterling Silver
Georg Jensen Bowl 1402, Sterling Silver
Designed by Allan Scharff
Item #: GJ3526788
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  • Designer: Allan Scharff
  • Item #: GJ3526788
  • Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
  • Dimensions: H: 4.33", Ø: 4.13"
  • Material: Sterling Silver
  • Country: Denmark
  • Allan Scharff describes nature as his best source of inspiration.

    The bark of an old oak tree in a Danish forest, was the source of inspiration for Bowl 1402. What is hiding behind the furrowed surface is left to the imagination. The bowl is designed to be filled with sweets and could resemble a small bark arm trying to grab or catch the hand trying to steal from it.

    This unique hollowware piece is a new design by Allan Scharff.
    Allan ScharffAllan Scharff began his professional career with Georg Jensen at the age of 17. He worked there from 1963 - 1967 and earned an apprentice certificate as a silversmith. He specialized in hollowware and his graduation project was the execution of a complicated pitcher designed by Henning Koppel. After completing his apprenticeship, he went to the Guldsmedehojskolem (Goldsmith High School) of the Insitut for AEdelmetal (Danish Institue of Precious Metals). He graduated in 1975 and then worked as an independent silversmith from 1975 to 1978.

    From 1978 to 1979, he was the silversmith in residence at the Herning Kunstmuseum (Herning Museum of Art) in Herning, Denmark. He was an advisor and designer for the Hans Hansen Silversmithy from 1978 to 1987 when he began working for the Georg Jensen Silversmithy designing jewelry, hollowware and watches. He has also designed ceramic and glass pieces for Royal Copenhagen Porcelain, Orrefors and Holmegaard.

    These days he works out of a studio in Copenhagen as "designing silversmith." He designs and executes hollowware items, many of them commissioned pieces.

    He has received many awards including the World Crafts Council Europe Award in 1993 and the Bayerrischer Staatpreis in 1995. His work has been widely exhibited worldwide and he was the youngest founder of Danish Silversmiths in 1976, a group composed of many of Denmark's leading silversmiths who still stage exhibitions.

    He is currently working on a collection for the Danish Museum of Decorative Arts in Copenhagen which will open next year.

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