Hermann Siersbol 4 piece jewelry set in Danish sterling silver 1960's

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Hermann Siersbol 4 piece jewelry set in sterling silver 1960's

A wonderful 4 piece jewelry set from the Danish master Hermann Siersbol. Great vintage condition and still in its original box.


Earrings: 3.39 g, 18 x 12 mm

Brooch: 5,11 g, 47 x 32 mm

Necklace: 13,09 g, 39 cm

Bracelet: 11,19 g, 19 cm

Everything is stamped and hallmarked with Herman Siersbol stamps except for the bracelet. Probably the bracelet have been shortened or the clasp have been replaced, that's the reason it is missing the stamp. Its obviously belonging to the same set of jewelry.


Nice vintage condition. It has been used so obviously there is traces of usage and wear, but nothing more then normal. 

About Herman Siersbol:

The Danish designer Hermann Siersbol opened in April 1945 his silversmith workshop. He had a mission to make affordable quality jewelry in modern Scandinavian designs. He started with an investment of 2000 crowns which he had laid aside of his salary as a silversmith apprentice. His company has slowly become one of the largest silver and gold jewelry producers of Scandinavia. Nowadays the company uses the most advanced equipment and production methods of casting and pressing jewelry. In 1964 Hermann died in a tragic accident and the company was taken over by his 4 children. His son Henrik Siersbol leads the firm now along with his daughter Camilla. The early pieces are very sought after and valuable.

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