Stainless Steel Serving Bowls from Georg Jensen

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Caravel Bowl and Salad Server
Henning Koppel designed the Caravel salad bowls in the 1970s originally out of sterling silver, but it was never produced at that time. Now the Caravel salad bowl, crafted in stainless steel is ready for public consumption and has Koppel’s signature rotund, organic form. The salad serving set is available from georgjensen.com for a reasonable $295 US
Bloom Bowl – Large
Danish designer Helle Damkjaer gives us the free flowing multi-purpose Bloom bowl, crafted in stainless steel, and inspired by the fluid contours of a water lily. The Bloom bowl is available in a 340mm at $210 or a smaller 260mm size for $165 also available from georgjensen.com.
Stainless Steel Leaf Bowl
Keeping with the organic theme, the Leaf bowl collection is inspired by the jungles of South East Asia. Also in stainless steel this collection is sold as a set of 3 sizes or as individual pieces. The larger leaf bowl measures 230mm at $80, or the three piece set is a bargain at $170 in a small, medium, and large combination. Of course the setting would not be complete without a set of stainless serving utensils and your in luck, the JensenStore has several collections of complimentary flatware and cutlery to complete the perfect table setting.

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Sterling Silver Table Ware and Hollow Ware from Georg Jensen

When it comes to sterling silver table ware, hollow ware, candle sticks, and serving bowls, George Jensen has over 100 years of experience and designer commitment that make them a leader in the global market.

Georg Jensen traces its roots back to 1904 when silversmith and sculptor Georg Jensen (1866-1935) started his workshop in Copenhagen, Denmark. His jewelry, cutlery and hollow ware design were an instant success and sought after throughout the world.

When Georg Jensen died in 1935, his small workshop had developed into a world wide company with shops in Paris, London, Berlin and New York. Here is just a small sampling of the sterling silver from designers including Henning Koppel, Allan Scharff, and Nanna Ditzel.

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