Carl Poul Petersen sterling silver Acorn cake slice
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|"Acorn" pattern sterling silver cake slice server by Carl Poul Petersen, Canada. Circa 1947. Size: 9 7/8 inches length. Excellent condition with hammered blade and figural peapod handle. Stamped on reverse of handle HAND MADE STERLING, together with Petersen's logo. Carl Poul Petersen was apprenticed to Georg Jensen in Denmark from 1908-1913, marrying Jensen's daughter in 1928. In 1929, he relocated to Canada where he was employed by Henry Birks and Sons in Montreal, prior to opening his own studio in that city in 1944. He produced 11 flatware patterns, as well as hollowware and silver jewelry, and he redesigned the Stanley Cup of hockey in 1962. He died in 1977, thought he firm of C.P. Petersen and Sons continued until 1979.|