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Georg Jensen Cobra Centerpiece Tray


Appearing to float, this tray barely touches the surface of the table. Highlighting movement and lightness of touch, the minimal lines of the Cobra Tray make it a talking point at any dinner party. This elegant centerpiece is also easily carried and used, making it a clear example of Scandinavian form and function. Created by Constantin Wortmann, Cobra's sculptural, quirky and playful beauty challenges our expectations without losing sight of practicality.

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Home Décor Trays
Material Stainless Steel
SKU 6105-0070
Size & Fit 15" long
Details & Care Hand wash

Effortlessly stylish, modern and functional, Georg Jensen makes every single table look elegant and beautiful. Each piece brings a bit of Scandinavian style to your meals and desserts, whether for a special occasion or for everyday use.

The Cobra Collection's organic lines and elegant simplicity have made it an instant design classic for Georg Jensen. Cobra's candleholders, plates, cups and lamps are essential for bringing some Scandinavian style into your home decor.

With a history that spans more than 100 years, the Georg Jensen brand represents quality craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design, producing lifestyle products ranging from holloware to watches, jewelry and home products. The style embraces Art Nouveau lines while being injected with a resonant vigour that continues to inspire to this day. Serene forms, enriched with delicately sculpted ornamentation, reflect the designer's complete delight of nature, and his philosophy to create pieces that are both functional and beautiful. With artisanal skill and artistic talent and an ability to identify and support talent, George Jensen built the foundations of his company in 1904 Copenhagen.