First half of the 20th century Danish silver designed by Johan Rohde (1856-1935). All of these pieces having been designed for Georg Jensen except for that pesky silverplate cocktail shaker at the end that snuck in somehow.

Bowl in a cactus pattern. ca. 1945.
Bowl in a cactus pattern. ca. 1945. Image © Style Antiques, London. Fair use license. via https://www.styleantiques.co.uk/recently-sold/1440-georg-jensen-silver-bowl-cactus-pattern-designed-by-johan-rohde.html
Sterling silver jigger in an acorn design. #662B.
Sterling silver jigger in an acorn design. After 1945. Image © jensensilver.com. Fair use license. via https://www.jensensilver.com/acornkonge/vintage-georg-jensen-acorn-jigger-sterling-silver-design-johan-rohde
Sterling silver pitcher. #432.
Sterling silver pitcher. #432. Designed in 1925. Image © National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Fair use license. via https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/explore/collection/work/15342/
Sterling silver candlesticks #441.
Sterling silver candlesticks #441. Designed in 1915. Image © Gallery 925, San Francisco. Fair use license. via https://www.gallery925.com/archive-2016/georg-jensen-sterling-silver-candlesticks-no-441-by-johan-rohde-very-rare-38
Cocktail shaker. 1927.
Cocktail shaker. 1927. Silverplate and Bakelite. Designed by Rohde for the Meriden Silver Plate Company. Image © Wright Auctions, Chicago. Fair use license. https://www.wright20.com/auctions/2018/12/objet/271
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