I am listing some Georg Jensen cufflinks as well as Georg Jensen earrings.
|Georg Jensen Ditzel ear cuffs, - SOLD|
|1930s Georg Jensen cufflinks by Henry Pilstrup sold|
There are two butterfly brooches by the Norwegian master enamellist, Hroar Prydz.
|Huge enamel butterfly brooch/pendant by Hroar Prydz SOLD|
|Hroar Prydz red and white enamel butterfly, £85|
There are a couple of interesting pieces of porcelain made by the Royal Copenhagen factory in the 1970s, shortly after they took over Anton Michelsen and became inspired to introduce jewellery into their range.
|Royal Copenhagen blue porcelain pendant - sold|
|Royal Copenhagen Porcelain gold and green bangle - SOLD|
There are also a couple of pieces of bronze jewellery, by Jorma Laine of Finland and K E Palmberg of Alton in Sweden.
|Jorma Laine bronze bracelet - SOLD|
|ALTON Palmberg bronze ring - SOLD|
Baltic amber is regarded as the most collectible, and the Danes have been producing amber pieces for over a hundred years. One specialist is Einer Fehrn, and I am listing a couple of his rings, a pair of cufflinks and a pendant.
|Einer Fehrn large amber ring £75|
|Einer Fehrn large amber cufflinks - sold|
|Einer Fehrn amber pebble ring £50|
|Einer Fehrn amber pendant + chain|
Finally there are several nice pieces of silver jewellery by renowned Danish makers such as Arne Johansen, Poul Warmind etc: rings, cufflinks, earrings, a brooch and a pendant.
|Arne Johansen ring - SOLD|
|Poul Warmind pendant with wood + chain - SOLD|
|WH ring with wood SOLD|
|Theodor Skat Rørdam cufflinks SOLD|
|Herman Siersbøl necklace and bracelet SOLD|
|Herman Siersbøl parsley ring - SOLD|
|Theodor Skat Rørdam brooch £ 48|
|Axel Holm cufflinks - SOLD|