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ACORN magnifier

Acorn Centennial 3062307

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Designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde, the Acorn sterling silverware pattern represents the early foundation of Georg Jensen’s organic and timeless design language. In contrast to the Art Nouveau style of the early 1900s, Acorn’s design captures a classic, understated style where decoration is used to emphasise the form and shape. Regarded as both a sumptuous and noble pattern, Acorn at one time had 220 individual pieces. Today’s range totals 76 pieces and remains one of Georg Jensen’s most exclusive silverware patterns.

In 2015 a few selected silverware pieces have been re-introduced in celebration of Acorn's centennial.

  • Item number: 3062307
  • Materials: Sterling Silver, Magnifying glass, Fabric
  • Measurements: H: 97 mm. W: 44 mm. Cord: 950 mm
  • Design year: 1915
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1856-1935
Johan Rohde

Before becoming a designer for the studio, Johan Rohde was impressed by the craftsmanship of Georg Jensen. Their first collaboration dates from 1904, when Rohde commissioned Georg Jensen to make some objects for his own personal use. This collaboration was a great success for both sides.

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Before becoming a designer for the studio, Johan Rohde was impressed by the craftsmanship of Georg Jensen. Their first collaboration dates from 1904, when Rohde commissioned Georg Jensen to make some objects for his own personal use. This collaboration was a great success for both sides. Rohde was impressed with Jensen’s talent and Jensen was impressed with Rohde’s own skilled eye for design. Based on their initial cooperation, Jensen asked Rohde if he would design subsequent products for Georg Jensen. Rohde became one of the brand’s earliest artist’s to lend their unique vision to the studio.

Johan Rohde designed serene, elegant products for the silver smithy, beginning in 1906. Rohde’s designs have much with in common with the designs of Georg Jensen himself–his pieces bear the same characteristic hammer marks and use the same oxidization technique.

Rohde’s designs, however, are much more highly stylized than Georg Jensen’s more natural Art Nouveau style. On the other hand, Johan Rohde’s design is not strictly Art Déco either–his designs are not purely geometric. Therefore, Rhode’s work falls somewhere between the two: a unique amalgam of Art Nouveau and Art Déco.

Rohde’s original works are symbols of a remarkable era in design, and represent the richness of the Georg Jensen legacy.

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