David Andersen was a Norwegian goldsmith born in 1843 in Norway. In 1876, he established his own silverware and jewellery company in Oslo, experimenting from the beginning with enamel decoration. The company gained international recognition for its high-quality craftsmanship and innovative designs and won two gold medals at the Word Exhibition in 1900.
In 1942 the company name was hyphenated to David-Andersen and they began marking the jewellery with D-A.
David-Andersen enamel jewellery was always and still is, highly sought after. Their enamel jewellery often features vibrant colours, geometric patterns, and nature-inspired motifs. They are still in business.
Check out what we've previously had in stock. These products are no longer available but they can be a great source of inspiration and information for collectors!