Up for your consideration is a lovely vintage pendant from David Andersen. It measures 7.5 x 5.5 cm The pendant is bought from a jewelry shop wich has closed down. It has never been worn, and comes in its original box. Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Erik Blom-Nielsen was educated in the tradition of Scandinavian Design in the fifties.
After finnishing studies at the Goldsmith Academy 1953 he worked with the Georg Jensen company as a silversmith and designer. 1960-65 Blom-Nielsen lived in the US and designed for Jostein and Oneida Silver. 1972 he started working with a nother of the leading Scandinavian companies of silver production: David-Andersen in Oslo, Norway.
Amongst his jewelry are some striking big scale pieces with organic forms and a clear connection to the Scandinavian design era. The idea of these pieces was to let the forms bring forth the lustre of the silver. He also contributed in creating a new David-Andersen style with a characteristic look of the 1970s. Together with the young and successful silversmith Toril Bjorg he made a series of jewelry with brightly colored enamel in green, orange and violet.
After a few years of designing for David-Andersen, Blom-Nielsen left the company in 1975 to once again work on his own. He had now changed his name to Erik Blom. He run a small design workshop in Oslo until he was back with David-Andersen for a second time in the early 1980s. Feel free to ask any questions!The item "Massive Rare Erik Blom David Andersen Sterling Silver pendant Norway Norwegian" is in sale since Monday, January 01, 2018. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Vintage Ethnic/Regional/Tribal\Scandinavian". The seller is "abelone65" and is located in 3118.
This item can be shipped worldwide.