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    Posted 10 years ago

    SpunkysMom
    (218 items)

    FOUND THIS LITTLE CUTIE WITH A LOT OF RINGS RECENTLY DONATED TO MY FAVORITE THRIFT SHOP. IT'S SIGNED GJ & STAMPED DENMARK. I'VE REVISED MY DESCRIPTION AS MY FRIEND THINKS IT MAY BE GEORG JENSEN, HONESTLY DON'T KNOW! PERFECT FOR HALLOWEEN! ALSO PURCHASED A CONFETTI RING THAT MATCHES A NECKLACE I HAVE PERFECTLY! JUST FOUND THE PENDANT TODAY AT SAME THRIFT SHOP A WEEK LATER! LUCKY ME! IT'S SIGNED GEORG JENSEN SO NOW I KNOW THE RING IS HIS!

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    1. Hunter Hunter, 9 years ago
      Looks like it's Jorgen Jensen (often confused with Georg) - here's a passage from a website I found with your owl piece:

      "Another well-known Danish pewter artist/craftsman was Jorgen Jensen. Born in 1931, the son of a realtor, he’s often mistaken for the son of silversmith Georg Jensen, who had the same name. For a short time, he worked at Georg Jensen's workshop, but moved first to Montreal then Stockholm before setting up a studio from 1960-1965 in the basement of a building his father owned in Copenhagen. Jensen liked to work in pewter because he found it pliable and affordable. Unlike the other Jensens, he created simple, fine jewelry in pewter."

      http://www.allscandinavia.com/scandinavianpewter.htm

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