A pair of Danish silver two-light candelabra designed by Gustav Peterson
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A pair of Danish silver two-light candelabra designed by Gustav Peterson

MARK OF GEORG JENSEN, COPENHAGEN, 1915-1930, ALSO STRUCK DENMARK STERLING AND NUMBER 623 A AND GEORG JENSEN SILVERSMITHSLTD

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A pair of Danish silver two-light candelabra designed by Gustav Peterson
Mark of Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, 1915-1930, also struck DENMARK STERLING and number 623 A and GEORG JENSEN SILVERSMITHSLTD
Each on circular stepped base, with two flattened branches with scroll terminals and tapering cylindrical sockets, marked on base
16.8 cm. high
920 gr. (2)
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