CARL Petersen sterling silver BELL and 2 spoons mint

are 3 beautiful collectors Petersen sterling pieces;

Bell 3.75" x 2" (petersen hallmark)

Spoon # 1 5.5" (petersen hallmark)

spoon #2 4.5" (cannot see petersen hallmark, probably rubbed out)

They are hallmarked for Carl Poul Peterson a Danish silversmith who was working in Montreal .

Carl Poul Petersen, Silversmith

Carl Poul Petersen (1895-1977) brought his skills from Denmark to Montreal in 1929, w he pursued a successful career, this silversmith was at the centre of modern silver design in Canada for three decades.

The beauty of Petersen's silverware rests in the quality of his workmanship, which is based on traditional techniques, and the simplicity and modernism of his forms highlighted with areas of naturalistic ornamentation. Petersen learned the mastery of this art through an apprenticeship with the renowned Danish silversmith Georg Jensen in his native Copenhagen. Upon his arrival in Montreal, Petersen worked for Birks and later opened his own studio. Petersen's success was assured by the popularity of Scandinavian design in Canada during the 1950s and 1960s. From his studio in Montreal, Petersen shipped his silverware all over Canada and the United States.

Petersen created many pieces of tableware. At the time, tea and dessert services, plates, bar accessories,
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