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OPEN BOOK Sterling Silver Cufflinks, model no. 109

OPEN BOOK–part of a recently discovered trove of cufflinks from some of Georg Jensen’s most important designers

OPEN BOOK is a discreet and elegant look for either men or women

Designer Nanna Ditzel was one of the 20th century’s most famous furniture and jewellery designers. The OPEN BOOK cufflinks feature an abstract design. They are rectangular with a black centre line that forms an elegant contrast to the silver.

They are a fine example of Ditzel’s understated style. Their functionality matches their unique form. The style helped define an era and, now, for the first time in years, it is available once again.

Materials: sterling silver

Designer: Nanna Ditzel

Designer: Nanna Ditzel

Nanna Ditzel was born in Copenhagen in 1923. She began training as a cabinetmaker and then went on to study at the School of Arts and Crafts and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. She trained in furniture design, completing her studies in 1946.
Read more about Nanna Ditzel

OPEN BOOK Sterling Silver Cufflinks, model no. 109

$295.00
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Item number: 3533808

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OPEN BOOK–part of a recently discovered trove of cufflinks from some of Georg Jensen’s most important designers

OPEN BOOK is a discreet and elegant look for either men or women

Designer Nanna Ditzel was one of the 20th century’s most famous furniture and jewellery designers. The OPEN BOOK cufflinks feature an abstract design. They are rectangular with a black centre line that forms an elegant contrast to the silver.

They are a fine example of Ditzel’s understated style. Their functionality matches their unique form. The style helped define an era and, now, for the first time in years, it is available once again.

Materials: sterling silver

Designer: Nanna Ditzel

Designer: Nanna Ditzel

Nanna Ditzel was born in Copenhagen in 1923. She began training as a cabinetmaker and then went on to study at the School of Arts and Crafts and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. She trained in furniture design, completing her studies in 1946.
Read more about Nanna Ditzel