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Just Andersen started making jewellery In his own workshop in 1918, having received a kickstart from Mogens Ballin with a 3 year project to decorate an altar in Copenhagen.
He produced beautiful figural sculptures in gold as pieces of jewellery, but they were of course very expensive, and so he also started working in silver and pewter and "Disko", an alloy which he discovered himself.
David Emil Andersen (born 23 June 1980) is an Australian professional basketball player for ASVEL Basket of the LNB Pro A.
He also holds a Danish passport because he has a Danish father and an Australian mother.
His pewter hollowware from that period commands very high prices today.
At the end of the 1920s, Just Andersen started to move from individual ‘unica' pieces to a more streamlined production method, collaborating with a Swedish goldsmith and introducing pieces inspired by the simple forms of Nordic pre-historic jewellery.After a successful Under 16 Australian Junior Championships with Victoria, Andersen was selected to join the Australian Institute of Sport Basketball Development Program.He subsequently moved to Canberra and in conjunction with the AIS, he attended Lake Ginninderra Secondary College.Or, as we continue to buy, we will keep your requests in mind.While every piece of antique jewellery is often unique, we are happy to notify you if we find something similar.The company also developed the 'Lovelinks' brand of beaded jewellery, sold worldwide Danish mid-twentieth century silversmiths, based in Randers, a market town in Jutland, Denmark. Aarre & Krogh became known for their highly distinctive style of jewellery, the most popular of which featured stylised foliage and flowers, often leaves with catkins.