Verner Panton kollektion from Georg Jensen

THE VERNER PANTON COLLECTION
BREAKING BOUNDARIES

From sterling silver to stainless steel and now coloured glass — the Verner Panton
collection presents the groundbreaking work of one of Denmark’s most influential designers.

Taking its cue from the iconic silver tray designed by Verner Panton in 1988, the collection in stainless steel
and coloured glass celebrates the designer’s norm-defying approach to design, his passion for unconventional
materials and appreciation for vibrant hues.

 

 

Verner Panton kollektion from Georg Jensen
  • Blue glass
    More Variations
    € 166,00
  • Black glass
    More Variations
    € 166,00
  • Green glass
    More Variations
    € 166,00
  • Pink glass
    More Variations
    € 166,00

COLOUR BURST

The new coloured glass trays present a bold twist on an iconic design.

The new coloured glass edition of the Panton Tray is fully representative of Panton’s relentless exploration of
different shapes, materials and colours.

The piece, originally designed in sterling silver, is attentively hand-crafted from a thick layer of glass
and coated in a vivid colour palette that references the designer’s passion for vibrant hues.

 

 

Verner Panton kollektion from Georg Jensen

FROM SILVER TO STEEL

The stainless-steel edition of the 1988 silver icon features all the elements that make
the design so unique.


Verner Panton started the design process of his now-iconic tray with a single sheet of aluminium
foil that was crumpled up and then smoothed out again to envision the final design.

The piece, crafted in both silver and steel, embodies the designer’s unique way of working
with materials and original re-interpretation of traditional everyday objects.

 

 

Verner Panton kollektion from Georg Jensen
  • Sterling Silver
    € 12.500,00
  • Mirror polished stainless steel
    € 216,00
    Sold out
  • Mirror polished stainless steel
    € 91,00
    Sold out
Verner Panton
Meet the designer

Verner Panton

Verner Panton (1926 – 1998) is thought of one of Denmark’s most influential 20th-century furniture and interior designers. During his career, he created innovative and futuristic designs in a variety of materials, especially plastics, and in vibrant and exotic colors.