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MASTERPIECES Candleholder Design 1084

MASTERPIECES-based on original Georg Jensen hollowware
Available for the first time since 1960.

One of Georg Jensen's greatest legacies was its development of functional, modern design during the post World War II period. The Danish designer Magnus Stephensen was a pioneer of this clean and unadorned style. Having studied in Japan, he brought the subtle aesthetic he learned abroad to the works he created for Georg Jensen.
This candleholder is a wonderful example of his work. It combines a contemporary edge with superior craftsmanship. This striking candlestick was originally used on church altars. Today, it is the perfect way to add a dramatic touch to any room in your house. It is designed for thick candles (6-7cm). Please note matching candles (3592428, 3592422) are sold separately

Contemporary then, contemporary now.

Designer: Magnus Stephensen
Design Year: 1960/2010
Materials: mirror polished stainless steel
Measurements: H 277mm/ W 112mm/ D 112mm
ES-based on original Georg Jensen hollowware

Designer: Magnus Stephensen

Designer: Magnus Stephensen

Stephensen, 1903-1984, attended the Royal Academy of Architecture in Copenhagen from 1924-30. Upon leaving the school he was awarded a travel scholarship which took him to Japan. The time spent in Japan influenced his style which is characterized by simplicity and a personal variation of functionalism.
Read more about Magnus Stephensen

MASTERPIECES Candleholder Design 1084

$250.00
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Item number: 3586850

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MASTERPIECES-based on original Georg Jensen hollowware
Available for the first time since 1960.

One of Georg Jensen's greatest legacies was its development of functional, modern design during the post World War II period. The Danish designer Magnus Stephensen was a pioneer of this clean and unadorned style. Having studied in Japan, he brought the subtle aesthetic he learned abroad to the works he created for Georg Jensen.
This candleholder is a wonderful example of his work. It combines a contemporary edge with superior craftsmanship. This striking candlestick was originally used on church altars. Today, it is the perfect way to add a dramatic touch to any room in your house. It is designed for thick candles (6-7cm). Please note matching candles (3592428, 3592422) are sold separately

Contemporary then, contemporary now.

Designer: Magnus Stephensen
Design Year: 1960/2010
Materials: mirror polished stainless steel
Measurements: H 277mm/ W 112mm/ D 112mm
ES-based on original Georg Jensen hollowware

Designer: Magnus Stephensen

Designer: Magnus Stephensen

Stephensen, 1903-1984, attended the Royal Academy of Architecture in Copenhagen from 1924-30. Upon leaving the school he was awarded a travel scholarship which took him to Japan. The time spent in Japan influenced his style which is characterized by simplicity and a personal variation of functionalism.
Read more about Magnus Stephensen

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