Henning Koppel - A Sterling silver dish, model 1131B - Georg Jensen, Denmark circa 1965
Henning Koppel (1918 Copenhagen, Denmark – 1981 Copenhagen, Denmark) was a Danish artist, most known for his work for Georg Jensen in the years after World War II but had also designed porcelain (Bing & Grøndahl, glass (Holmegaard) and lamps (Louis Poulsen & Co).
For his designs he received numerous prestigious international design awards among them: 1963 International Design Award, USA; 1970 Gold medal Florence, Italy and 1953 Lunning Award, Copenhagen, Denmark.
A Sterling silver dish, made by Georg Jensen, Copenhagen. Marked: Sterling (Silver 925/1000) Denmark, Georg Jensen Copenhagen, Designer stamp: dessin HK (Henning Koppel). And model number 1132 B.
The dish was designed in 1965 by Henning Koppel and is a beautiful example of his organic curved style.
Price including VAT: € 1850
Sterling (Silver 925/1000) Denmark, Georg Jensen, Copenhagen, Dessin HK, model number 1131 B.
Georg Jensen Silversmith Ltd, Copenhagen, circa 1965
Object is in good condition, some small scratches, minor wear consistent with age and use.
Janet Drucker, Georg Jensen: A tradition in splendid silver, 2001. P. 252, 303.
H 5 cm
Diameter 16 cm
Weight: 265 grams