Georg Jensen was once described by “The New York Herald Tribune” as “the greatest silversmith of the past 300 years.” Jensen was a true innovator, a sculptor-turned-silversmith who chose, as French art critic Emile Sedeyn said, “to make our useful things beautiful.” More than a hundred years after they were first introduced, many of his designs remain extremely popular and continue to attract the interest of collectors worldwide. Jensen’s trademarks of superb craftsmanship, interest in natural forms, and clean, sleek lines are clearly evident in this month’s Museum Feature: Jensen’s Blossom tea set.Read More →