Dating hans hansen jewelry
Hansen had exhibitions of work at the 1937 International Expo in Paris, and at the World Fair in New York in 1939.The firm also exhibited at the Nordisk Handcraft Exhibit in Paris in 19, and also in London in 1958 at the Danish Design Show at the Victoria and Albert Museum.This design was used for brooches, earrings, bracelets and even necklaces.But Bahner also produced simple, non-figurative designs in the Art Deco style.Many of these designs incorporated semi-precious stones, both in pendants, brooches and rings.
The Hans Hansen firm was taked over in 1991 by Royal Copenhagen who also acquired Georg Jensen.Above all, the most instantly identifiable Volmer Bahner designs are his hearts and animal motifs, including fish and butterflies.These too were made in different configurations and for different body parts! From in the 1990s, and with it one of their young designers, Lasse Lærke, who became chief designer for Aagaard.The company also developed the 'Lovelinks' brand of beaded jewellery, sold worldwide Danish mid-twentieth century silversmiths, based in Randers, a market town in Jutland, Denmark. Aarre & Krogh became known for their highly distinctive style of jewellery, the most popular of which featured stylised foliage and flowers, often leaves with catkins.