Iconic Christmas design
Let Christmas be a celebration of hearts. In many homes, a special effort is made with the table settings during the holidays, not least at Christmas time. Setting the table and making an effort is a pleasure that rubs off on the good company around the Christmas table, where the tablecloth is an established tradition in the table setting on both Christmas Eve and on the many other days during the Christmas time.
December calendar 2023
Count down to Christmas with 23 great daily deals on designs from the Georg Jensen Damask collection. Enjoy a great daily deal on Christmas textiles, tea towels, tablecloths, bed linen and towels. Each deal in the calendar is only valid for one day, so grab the chance to treat a loved one or even yourself with a gift. All daily deals are valid on the day, both online and in our stores while stocks last. Changes may occur.
Free gift wrap
Beautifully wrapped gifts
We know that beautiful wrapping is an important part of the experience of gift-giving, so we always spend extra time wrapping your gifts carefully.
We wrap all gifts in either a pretty gift bag or a sturdy gift box – both in a simple white design – with a beautiful satin ribbon around it. When you receive your order from us, you can immediately pass the gift on to the recipient.
Christina and Claus Meyer
Every year in December, Christina Meyer Bengtsson and Claus Meyer invite 100 friends and family members to a festive evening complete with a satirical nativity play where author Knud Romer has starred as God and health minister Magnus Heunicke most recently played a leading role.
Bent Georg Jensen
Celebrating a distinctive designer Bent Georg Jensen 100 years "The past is the prerequisite for the future," he said. The designer behind the Abild tea towel, the 1959 kitchen towel and the Northern Light and Tripp bed sets, Bent Georg Jensen, would have celebrated his 100th birthday this year.
Malene Hvidt is very much a product of her father and grandfather, architects Henrik and Peter Hvidt. Her understanding of the skill of the hands and the use of quality materials is important to her work as an architect for the design studio Spacon & X, of which she is co-owner.
When Rebekka Notkin trained as a goldsmith 25 years ago, she received a medal from Queen Margrethe II of Denmark for her well-executed craftsmanship. It was the starting point for a long and successful career as a jewellery designer. Since then, Notkin has been busy honing her skills. Recently, she has begun to explore new materials to refine her craft.
Get inspiration and news
Receive our emails with news, invitations and inspiration As a recipient of our news emails, you get info before everyone else. You will be kept constantly up-to-date on launches of new designs, events and online sales.
You can always unsubscribe from our newsletter