Danish silversmith and sculptor Georg Jensen founded his eponymous company in 1904 and the Copenhagen-based maker of heirloom-quality home goods and jewelry is still turning out some of our favorite lust-worthy goods for home. Products are often Art Nouveau, Deco or Modernist inspired with a distinct Scandi love and reverence for nature. An early adopter of collaboration, many heavy-hitters - Koppel, Jacobsen, Hadid, Newsome, Urquiola - have designed for the brand. Classic is always a good idea.





Those tiny tines, that sweeping teardrop, the insane knife. Minimalist but never boring, this classic modern set of flatware was designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1957. While you're setting the table, don't forget to mention to your dinner guests that your utensils are in MoMA's permanent collection, and were featured in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Just saying.


Crafted in mirror-polished stainless steel, this large decorative fruit bowl shines on the table. 

A striking centerpiece with or without flowers, the Flora Vase flaunts asymmetrical shape and unconventional angles.

A highlight of Scandinavian minimalism, the Ilse Bowl is sleek, sizable and stylish. Masterfully crafted from mirror-polished stainless steel, the bowls' clean lines and expert craftsmanship make it an excellent decorative centerpiece for the table.