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Georg Jensen Sky Whiskey Stones - Set of 4

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Keep your whiskey cool (but not watered-down) while adding visual interest with these Georg Jensen Sky Whiskey Stones. Made from stainless steel, they retain a substantial amount of cold after chilling in the freezer. Georg Jensen is represented in MoMA’s collection The Georg Jensen Sky Whiskey Stones come in a set of four and each measures 0.7h x 0.93w x 1.73"d.
  • Designer
    Aurélien Barbry
  • Size
    0.7h x 0.93w x 1.73"d
  • Materials
    Stainless Steel
  • Year of Design
  • Origin
Hand wash.

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Georg Jensen Sky Whiskey Stones - Set of 4

  • Georg Jensen

    Creating democratic designs that are both functional and beautiful was the philosophy of Danish designer Georg Jensen (1866–1935). The son of a knife grinder, Jensen was trained in both goldsmithing and silversmithing and, in 1904, he opened his own silversmithy in Copenhagen. Success came quickly with his Art Nouveau designs in the 1920s and he opened retail locations in Berlin, London and New York City. Georg Jensen Inc. continues to produce designs to this day and their work is represented in MoMA's collection and has been featured in exhibitions at the Museum including four Good Design shows in the 1950s and Recent Acquistitions (1960–1961).

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