Georg Jensen, Acorn Pattern Sterling Flatware Service
Danish, 20th century. A seventy-three piece sterling silver flatware service by Georg Jensen in the Acorn pattern, including six dinner forks, six place knives (with stainless blades), five luncheon forks, seven luncheon knives (with stainless blades), five butter knives, four bouillon spoons, six soup spoons, three teaspoons, eleven iced teaspoons, six fish forks, six fish knives, one serving fork, one serving spoon, a pair of salad servers in horn with sterling handles, one cake knife (with stainless blade), one letter opener (with stainless blade), one child's knife (with stainless blade), and a pair of sugar tongs, marked for Georg Jensen and with 925 / GI / IMPORTE DE DANMARK; place knife lg. 10 in., silver wt. 77.24ozt (2402.5g).
Provenance: The Howard and Emma Booher Collection, Formerly of Washington, D.C.