A very rare silver fruit cutlery for six persons in “Pyramid” pattern #071 and #072

An extremly rare silver fruit cutlery in “Pyramid” pattern Copenhagen 1931 by Georg Jensen

A fruit cutlery for six persons in “Pyramid” pattern, designed by Harald Nielsen, 1926. Executed by Georg Jensen silversmithy 1931. Professionally polished and in very good condition with only minor signs of age and use. No monograms or removals.
As a set for six persons from the early era of this design this set is of an additional rarity and near impossible to find. The prongs of the fruit forks and the blades of the fruit knives are made in solid silver. All pieces show hollow handles.
Currently, we are able to offer this fruit cutlery for six persons in addition which allows to enlarge the cutlery in number to a set for twelve persons. All forks are made in 830 grade silver, the knives are made in sterling silver. The cutlery belonged originally together as it has been purchased in this composition by the first owners at Georg Jensen in Copenhagen in the early 1930s and remained in family property until now. Only one knife of the second set shows later hallmarks.

A very rare opportunity to purchase this kind of cutlery in a complete set!

(fruit forks) 14.4 cm / 5.66″; weight: 172.1 g / 5.53 oz
(fruit knives) 15.6 cm / 6.14″; weight: 181.3 g / 5.82 oz