Candelabrum 751, With Branch, Silver – Georg Jensen

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Harald Nielsen's 6-branch candelabrum 751 is part of the Pyramid Collection. The pyramid motif is a distinctive element in many of Harald Nielsen’s most popular designs. First created in 1927, the pyramid motif was born out of the passion for Ancient Egypt that took the world by hold during the Roaring 20's.

Inspired by the 1922 discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb, the style blends the era’s exoticism with the tendency toward stylised lines that was starting to take hold in the design world. Though it is marked by that unique period, Pyramid has transcended a rich history to become timeless. These pieces beautifully illustrate the iconic style of Harald Nielsen and can be seen as the very essence of Art Déco. 

  • Materials: Sterling Silver
  • Measurements: H: 15.35 inches. Ø: 9.65 inches.
  • Design year: 1935

      Designer: Harald Nielsen

      Harald Nielsen Harald 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. 
      Read more about Harald Nielsen

      Candelabrum 751, With Branch, Silver
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      Dhs. 198,450.00

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      • Item number: 3527741-00
      • Design year: 2015
      • Materials: Mirror polished stainless steel
      • Measurements: Ø: 55 mm H: 76 mm
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      Harald Nielsen's 6-branch candelabrum 751 is part of the Pyramid Collection. The pyramid motif is a distinctive element in many of Harald Nielsen’s most popular designs. First created in 1927, the pyramid motif was born out of the passion for Ancient Egypt that took the world by hold during the Roaring 20's.

      Inspired by the 1922 discovery of King Tutankhamen’s tomb, the style blends the era’s exoticism with the tendency toward stylised lines that was starting to take hold in the design world. Though it is marked by that unique period, Pyramid has transcended a rich history to become timeless. These pieces beautifully illustrate the iconic style of Harald Nielsen and can be seen as the very essence of Art Déco. 

      • Materials: Sterling Silver
      • Measurements: H: 15.35 inches. Ø: 9.65 inches.
      • Design year: 1935
          Harald Nielsen

          Designer: Harald Nielsen

          Harald 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. 
          Read more about Harald Nielsen
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