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You can also learn more about modified pieces by visiting our page on Modified Georg Jensen Items A more detailed list of the various possible Georg Jensen hallmarks and when they were used.Note the striking similarity between the 1915-1930 mark and the 1945 on mark.The Danish mark, 826S was used until about 1915 when silversmiths raised their silver content to 830 and eventually to 925.Georg Jensen did not switch to the sterling standard until 1927 although he occasionally made special orders in 925S for the American market much earlier.Because of this, knowing the time period of the design and its production period is essential to dating the pieces." Here's an example of yet another unusal hallmark.
This mark was also used on some of the smaller pieces in later years and bears a striking resemblance to the more current hallmarks used.This set of marks combines the circle GI mark with Georg Jensen mark from 1915-1930. Because it's stamped sterling, it's most likely made after going to the sterling silver standard, dating the piece between 19." This set of marks combines the circle GI mark with Georg Jensen mark from 1915-1930. Because it's stamped sterling, it's most likely made after going to the sterling silver standard, dating the piece between 19.This set of hallmarks combines the 830 silver mark with the GI and, unusally enough, the city "COPENHAGEN" The circled GI marking places it between 19.The different hallmarks have been used during different period of time, and combined with our knowledge of silver content and the years of which the designers were active all combines to help us determine the age of an item.
Some of the documents we have included to the side and below.
You can also see in this photograph that the mark was punch on to the piece after the back was soldered on, leaving a deep impression." Another example of the hallmark pictured above.