Peter Hertz opened this workshop in 1834 and for a period of time had a location in Ostergrade but eventually settled on the corner of Kobmagergrade and Kronpirnsengrade in Copenhagen where it exists today. Having won exhibitions in Malmo in 1881, Liverpool 1886, Paris 1889, and Chicago 1895, with his jewelry and hollowware pieces that showcased scenes from Danish history. In 1906, one of his most notable pieces, a centerpiece with two twelve armed candelabra featuring a scene from the Nordic Edda, of Gefion plowing out Zealand was created. That very year he was also appointed as Court Jeweler. In 1876, his sons, Jacob and Sally continued the silver tradition and opened the first silver factory to use electricity in Denmark, which continued under Johan and Knud Hertz until it was shut down in 1960. Although the select few pieces made under the P. Hertz name are now executed by Erik Sjodahl, the shop itself still remains. Unique Vendome by Peter Hertz Danish Scandinavian Moderne sterling silver Dinner Flatware set - 73 Pieces. This set includes
12 Knives, 8 1/2"
12 Dinner Forks, 7 1/2"
12 Salad Forks, 3-tine, 6 1/8"
12 Teaspoons, 6"
12 Place Soup Spoons, 7 1/4"
12 Grapefruit Spoons, 6"
1 Berry Spoon, 8 3/4"
Includes Bonus brand new storage chest. Excellent condition, with no monograms. Set will be beautifully professionally polished and sealed in individual plastic sleeves prior to shipping. Superb design
- Item Number1584945726ConditionExcellentHave a question?
- BrandPeter Hertz
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