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c1960s Georg Jensen "New York" stainless steel boxed salad servers

These extremely stylish stainless steel salad servers were made by the Danish silversmith Georg Jensen. They are known as "New York" and were originally designed by Henning Koppel for Georg Jensen in 1963 as a tribute to the 1963 World Exhibition in New York. The design is minimal with very long tapering handles all made in matt satinless steel. The backs of the handles are stamped "Georg Jensen Stainless Denmark" and present in a fan shaped blue lined greyishl coloured box stamped outside "Georg Jensen" & inside "Georg Jensen Stainless Steel". The length of the handles (more modern ones are shorter and less tapering) and the style of the box lead me to the belief that these salad servers were made in the late 1960s.

Approximate dimensions:
Boxed weight: 8.6ozs - 244gms
Length of servers: 12.8ins - 32.5cms

Very good with some marks * stains to the box commensurate with age
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