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Georg Jensen - Christmas Collectibles 2016

The Danish luxury brand Georg Jensen as the last famous traditional brand of Denmark introduced a collection for Christmas. At the beginning it got the popularity through Christmas mobile with red- colored year ribbon and gold-plated brass.

More Christmas Tree Decorations

The intricate heart and bell was the first mobile cover in 1984. After some years the success were followed by the tree candleholders and the tree ornaments with gold chain. Since then, every year Georg Jensen is bringing two new motives in their collection for the market. Later the tree decorations with red ribbon were pursued. To more at the starting of 2000s the tree ball and annual bell were added in the collection. Since 2012, the beautiful collection has been supplemented with the collective heart

Famous Designers for Georg Jensen

The Danish traditional company was always committed to have new designers for the annual collection over and over again. So the premise already had the famous Christmas designer Jette Frölich, the Danish fashion designer Malene Birger or in 2014, the paper artist Karen Bit Vejle who were committed for this festive collection.

Georg Jensen's annual Christmas Collection 2016 by Helena Rohner

In 2016 the successful Canary designer Helena Rohner has been commissioned for the collection. Rohner first worked for the famous Danish luxury brand in 2007 and designed the magical tea service Helena. The Spanish designer has chosen Advent and the magnolia as the theme for the exclusive collective collection. The main motive is a door wreath of magnolia trees with red berries. In Denmark, these beautifully decorated wreaths hang on the front doors during Advent. The Magnolia wreath is embossed in the ornament, engraved in heart and ball of the year and as a decorative element at the Christmas tree decorations and the tree candle holders. Also available is a door wreath in gold and silver to decorate your front door also with a lovely and magnificentwelcome.

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