Danish Designer Niels Erik From Sterling Silver and Red Chalcedony Modernist Brooch & Earring Set Circa 1940/50s Measurements: Brooch 1.5" Round Earrings 1.25"Round Markings: Sterling Denmark NE From 925S Weight: 12g Fantastic set in very good condition! Minor wear comparable to age. They have ben professionally polished and look amazing! Earrings have been converted to pierced back style. Niels Erik From was born in Denmark in 1908 and trained as a silversmith.
From smithy is first registered in Nakskov in 1944. His son-in-law Hilmer Jensen joined the management team in 1960, and took over the firm in 1986 after Niels Erik's death.
The company was wound up a few years later. There are two distinct styles in the From production. The sinewy foliage and floral pieces were designed by Niels Erik From and characterise the early years of production, whereas the bold modernist pieces were introduced by another designer in the firm in the 1960s.
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