Bernadotte Candlestick, Silver – Georg Jensen

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Straight and ascetic, Candlestick 855B conveys a sense of pride. The simplified style with no other decoration than the lines of the ridges, the flutings, identifies Bernadotte as one of the first modern designers working with Georg Jensen Silversmithy. Neoclassical airs can also be discerned in the use of elements reminiscent of the stringent shapes and proportions of Antiquity, here the column.

The stem of this candlestick is a tube which has been pulled through a so-called draw plate which makes the lines. The base is an assemblage of four individually made parts, and when the silversmith assembles them he/she must ensure that the soldering is perfectly smooth so that they are invisible on the final piece. The most challenging part of making this candlestick is the actual the joining of the base and the stem – a part that you hardly see because the rallying point is covered by the hollow stem. The challenge is that the slightest unevenness in the two parts and/or the soldering will result in the stem slanting and consequently a dripping candle.

Unlike most other hollowware pieces the parts of this candlestick are polished before they are assembled. The reason for this is the design - the edges must stay very sharp and if the candlestick is assembled before being polished it will be almost impossible for the polisher to not hit the sharp edges due to the very high speed of the brushes on the grinding and polishing machine.

  • Materials: Sterling Silver
  • Measurements: H: 250 mm. Ø: 101 mm.
  • Design year: 1938

 

Designer: Philip Bro Ludvigsen

Philip Bro Ludvigsen Industrial Designer Philip Bro Ludvigsen was educated at the Danish School of Design and Art. IN 1998, he launched his own design studio, known simply as Philip Bro. In his short career he has already designed an impressive number of products and projects, ranging from grand auditoriums to small candleholders. He initially collaborated with Georg Jensen designing a Credit Card Holder in stainless steel. This was followed by the Aveny collection–a jewellery collection.
Read more about Philip Bro Ludvigsen

Bernadotte Candlestick, Silver
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  • Item number: 3527744~00
  • Design year: 2015
  • Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel
  • Measurements: H: 236 mm Ø: 90 mm
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Straight and ascetic, Candlestick 855B conveys a sense of pride. The simplified style with no other decoration than the lines of the ridges, the flutings, identifies Bernadotte as one of the first modern designers working with Georg Jensen Silversmithy. Neoclassical airs can also be discerned in the use of elements reminiscent of the stringent shapes and proportions of Antiquity, here the column.

The stem of this candlestick is a tube which has been pulled through a so-called draw plate which makes the lines. The base is an assemblage of four individually made parts, and when the silversmith assembles them he/she must ensure that the soldering is perfectly smooth so that they are invisible on the final piece. The most challenging part of making this candlestick is the actual the joining of the base and the stem – a part that you hardly see because the rallying point is covered by the hollow stem. The challenge is that the slightest unevenness in the two parts and/or the soldering will result in the stem slanting and consequently a dripping candle.

Unlike most other hollowware pieces the parts of this candlestick are polished before they are assembled. The reason for this is the design - the edges must stay very sharp and if the candlestick is assembled before being polished it will be almost impossible for the polisher to not hit the sharp edges due to the very high speed of the brushes on the grinding and polishing machine.

  • Materials: Sterling Silver
  • Measurements: H: 250 mm. Ø: 101 mm.
  • Design year: 1938

 

Philip Bro Ludvigsen

Designer: Philip Bro Ludvigsen

Industrial Designer Philip Bro Ludvigsen was educated at the Danish School of Design and Art. IN 1998, he launched his own design studio, known simply as Philip Bro. In his short career he has already designed an impressive number of products and projects, ranging from grand auditoriums to small candleholders. He initially collaborated with Georg Jensen designing a Credit Card Holder in stainless steel. This was followed by the Aveny collection–a jewellery collection.
Read more about Philip Bro Ludvigsen
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