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Georg Jensen Moonlight Earstuds Rose Quartz
Georg Jensen Moonlight Earstuds Rose Quartz
Designed by Georg Jensen & Harald Nielsen
Item #: GJ3539225
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  • Designer: Georg Jensen & Harald Nielsen
  • Item #: GJ3539225
  • Availability: Usually ships within 24 hours.
  • Material: Sterling Silver & Rose Quartz
  • Moonlight–sterling silver and precious stones come together in designs created over a century ago
    The Moonlight collection exhibits the fundamental qualities of the Georg Jensen brand like no other collection Many of the designs in this collection were created by Jensen himself in the early 1900s. Some are newer styles that were inspired by the original works. The amazing thing is that whether the piece is an original or a reworked style, it always feels absolutely current and contemporary. Moonlight shows that beautiful, masterful design never goes out of fashion. The stones and silver come in a number of combinations so that there is truly something for everyone.
    Georg Jensen & Harald NielsenHarald 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. Soon enough, though, Nielsen departed from classic Art Nouveau and developed his own distinctive style that incorporated existing design language but, on the whole, represented serious innovation.

    Perhaps his most famous design, Harald Nielsen’s 1947 version of the Old Danish silver pattern was a reaction to the years of Denmark’s occupation during World War II. Thoroughly Danish and possessing a solid and expressive feeling of precious silver, the line has been a favourite set for three generations.

    The double flutes of the pattern belie its original heritage: they come from a French style that has been common in Denmark since the 18th century. Harald Nielsen used the characteristic decoration to accentuate a shape whose strong, clear lines are utterly his own.

    The Old Danish cutlery line is a testimony to Nielsen’s long and intimate affair with silver. He came to the Georg Jensen Silversmithy as an apprentice as early as 1909 and went on to become Georg Jensen’s trusted colleague. After Georg Jensen’s death in 1935, Harald Nielsen made it his life’s work to carry on the master’s work. In total, Nielsen spent more than half a century at Georg Jensen.

    In many ways, the story of his involvement­–from an early age and low level of expertise to becoming a master craftsman–is the story of the Georg Jensen legacy.

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