16 March 2010,
Price realised USD 4,375
USD 2,000 - USD 3,000
HENNING KOPPEL (1918-1981)
A Stainless Steel Flatware Service in the 'New York' pattern, designed 1963
manufactured by Georg Jensen, comprising:
eight dinner forks
eight dinner knives
two compote spoons
forks and spoons stamped Georg Jensen stainless Denmark and knives stamped Georg Jensen Denmark (30)
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Henning Koppel created the present cutlery design for the New York World's Fair in 1963. The pattern won the Danish Design award - Denmark's most important design prize - in 1966.
Please note that this service only contains 4 tablespoons and not 8 as stated in the catalogue. The total number of pieces is 30, not 34.
The estimate has been reduced to $2,000-3,000.
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