Thorvald Bindesbøll (1846-1908). Danish Art nouveau Silver Tea Strainer.

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R. Jensen Tea Strainer 53,8g.

Thorvald Bindesbøll (1846-1908). Danish Art nouveau Silver Tea Strainer.

Designed by Thorvald Bindesbøll (1846-1908) and crafted by Rasmus Jensen 1890 - 1957.

Stamped with R. Jensen, three towers.

13,7 x 7,1 cm. / 5,39 x 2,80 inches.

Total Weight 53,8 g.

Nice Vintage Condition.


"Rasmus Jensen is the intermediary between the old craft and industrial manufacturing. He makes utility silver such as cutlery and the like as well as church silver. He is also known for the production of brooches designed by Bindesbøll. Rasmus Jensen trains a number of silversmiths, which means an actual industrial manufacture of silver, among others the Sørensen brothers, who later founded the Horsens Sølvvarefabrik. Rasmus Jensen's business is still in the family's ownership and is continued in Rasmus Jensen's house at Søndergade 36. Rasmus Jensen received a silver medal at the Paris Exhibition 1900, with a large bell, designed like the campanile in Venice. It can also be seen at Horsens Museum."



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