Hearts of Georg Jensen Pendant

SKU: 10017505
Sale price$769.00

Version: Gold/Silver
Available to Buy | Delivery Time : 3-5 Weeks

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Hearts of Georg Jensen Pendant

Two organic shapes combine with a perfect fit to create the everlasting symbol of love: a heart. United as one, they are an ideal match and celebrate the true bond between two people. Bringing together sterling silver and yellow gold, this striking pendant defies convention and so appeals to a modern woman who knows her own personal sense of style.

Danish born Regitze Overgaard is renowned for her sensuous and beautiful jewellery which reflects her love for nature and her sense of craftsmanship. Her bold Curve collection adds to the rich history of Georg Jensen’s organic and sculptural pieces.

It is suspended from a fine silver chain.

H: 14.4 mm / 0.57 inches. W: 15.5 mm / 0.61 inches. 45 cm anchor chain. The length of the chain can be shortened by using the loops.

About the brand

Georg Jensen
Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen is a renowned Danish design house that specializes in exquisite silverware, jewellery, and home accessories. Established in 1904 by master silversmith Georg Jensen, the company has become synonymous with exceptional craftsmanship, timeless elegance, and innovative design.

Georg Jensen's creations are known for their organic forms, flowing lines, and attention to detail. Inspired by nature, the designs often incorporate elements such as floral motifs, fluid shapes, and sculptural curves. The combination of traditional craftsmanship and modern aesthetics has made Georg Jensen a pioneer in Scandinavian design.

The company's product range encompasses a wide variety of items, including flatware, serving utensils, bowls, vases, candleholders, watches, and jewellery. Each piece is meticulously crafted using the finest materials, including sterling silver, stainless steel, precious gemstones, and natural materials like wood and enamel. Georg Jensen has collaborated with numerous talented designers over the years, both from within the company and external sources. These collaborations have resulted in iconic designs that have stood the test of time. Notable collaborations include those with renowned designers such as Sigvard Bernadotte, Henning Koppel, and Vivianna Torun Bülow-Hübe.

The brand's commitment to excellence is reflected not only in its design aesthetic but also in its dedication to superior quality. Each Georg Jensen product is carefully inspected to ensure it meets the highest standards of craftsmanship and durability, allowing customers to enjoy their pieces for years to come.

Georg Jensen's influence extends beyond the world of design. The company has played a significant role in shaping Danish design history and has received numerous prestigious awards for its contributions to the field.

Today, Georg Jensen continues to captivate with its blend of heritage and modernity. Its timeless designs are celebrated worldwide, gracing dining tables, adorning wrists, and beautifying homes. Whether it's a stunning piece of jewellery or an elegantly designed home accessory, Georg Jensen's creations embody the essence of Scandinavian design—sophisticated, refined, and effortlessly beautiful.

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