A beautiful, rarely seen early design.
Attributed to Kristian Mohl-Hansen, an early free lance designer hired by Georg Jensen. He is known for the iconic early Dove designs he did for Georg Jensen.
This ring features a mythical winged creature, similar to belt buckle #37, as shown in our photos, taken from the book "Georg Jensen Jewelry Gallery Guide" by Dr. David Taylor 2005.
Condition: Very Good Vintage, with expected wear. Beautiful Patina.
It appears the ring may have been sized at some point. There is a seam visible on the center back of the ring, visible in photo #3.
and the Jensen 1933-44 Makers Mark
KRISTIAN MOHL-HANSEN (1876 - 1962) Kirstian Mohl-Hansen studied painting at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and the Zahrtmann School. Kirstian Mohl-Hansen studied painting at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and the School Zahrtmann. He was given several scholarships and grants allowing him to travel to Germany, France, Italy, England, Spain, and Holland. He was Given Several scholarships and grants allo wing him to travel to Germany, France, Italy, England, Spain, and Holland. He was awarded the Eckersberg Medal for his embroidered textiles at the Paris World Exhibition on 1925. He was Awarded the Medal for His Eckersberg embroidered textiles at the Paris World Exhibition on 1925.
Georg Jensen Silversmithy- 77 Artists, 75 Years
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