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  • Kay Bojesen Denmark - Wooden Rabbit
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    The wooden rabbit from Kay Bojesen Denmark is part of a collection from wooden animals that were created by the designer Kay Bojesen between 1935 and 1957. The wooden rabbit possesses a pure, modern expression without unnecessary forms. With his timeless designs, he delights young people and grown-ups. Despite the fact that the wooden rabbit should not be understood as copy of a real existing animal, it possesses a strong personality full of life: curious and with pointed ears it keeps the whole surroundings in his eyes. This is how the wooden rabbit from Kay Bojesen is placed in the unique limit area between fantasy figures and design objects. Full of soul, humour and handicraft art it is an appeal to the playful child in each one of us. But not only in the children’s room, but also in shelves and offices, the wooden animals from Kay Bojesen are meanwhile desired collectors items that are passed from one generation to another. Therefore the animals are perfectly made for gift-ideas, everywhere life and game is: baptism, birthday, confirmation, graduation, marriage, anniversary. The Danish manufacturer Rosendahl Design Group manufactures the Kay Bojesen wooden animals in tight cooperation with his family out of high quality oak wood and walnut that wins charm with passing years. Bojesen himself has paid homage to the mantra that good design should be human, warm and vivid, during his whole life: ”They should remind of a circus” , is how he used to describe his works, from which his lovingly wooden creatures count to the most popular ones. Kay Bojesen counts to the greatest Danish functionalists with his user friendly and modern form-speaking. In his naïve designs, form and function, seriousness and game melt to a unity. At the same time Bojesen had a unique ability of waking wood to life, what made his works international design icons.
  • Kay Bojesen Denmark - Wooden Rhino
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    The wooden rhino from Kay Bojesen Denmark is part of a collection from wooden animals that were created by the designer Kay Bojesen between 1935 and 1957. It is the most angular animal design from Kay Bojesen and with its movable throat at the same time the only one with a real utility function as pen holder. Kay Bojesen himself used the lovingly colossus as pencil holder. With this function, the rhino is the ultimate gadget for small and big ones, on the desk at home or in the office. That is how the wooden rhino from Kay Bojesen is placed in the unique limit area between fantasy figure and design object. Full of soul, humour and handicraft art it is an appeal to the playful child in each one of us. But not only in the children’s room, but also in shelves and offices, the wooden animals from Kay Bojesen are meanwhile desired collectors items that are passed from one generation to another. Therefore the animals are perfectly made for gift-ideas, everywhere life and game is: baptism, birthday, confirmation, graduation, marriage, anniversary. The Danish manufacturer Rosendahl Design Group manufactures the Kay Bojesen wooden animals in tight cooperation with his family out of high quality oak wood and walnut that wins charm with passing years. Bojesen himself has paid homage to the mantra that good design should be human, warm and vivid, during his whole life: ”They should remind of a circus” , is how he used to describe his works, from which his lovingly wooden creatures count to the most popular ones. Kay Bojesen counts to the greatest Danish functionalists with his user friendly and modern form-speaking. In his naïve designs, form and function, seriousness and game melt to a unity. At the same time Bojesen had a unique ability of waking wood to life, what made his works international design icons.
  • Kay Bojesen Denmark - Wooden Elephant
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    With his friendly face and his round sturdy body, the Kay Bojesen wooden elephant from Kay Bojesen Denmark casts a spell on just about anyone. This cute wooden elephant is a real classic for kids as well as grownups. The wooden elephant consists of massive oak wood. Thanks to the high quality material as well as the exceptional production, Kay Bojesen’s legendary design offers playing-enjoyment along the years. The wooden elephant is part of a collection of wooden animals that has been designed by Kay Bojesen between 1935 and 1957. The Danish company Rosendahl Design Group manufactures the wooden animals in tight cooperation qith Kay Bojesen’s family today. Not only in child’s rooms but also in shelves and offices, the Kay Bojesen wooden animals have become collectors’ items: passing on following generations. Therefor the animals are perfect as gift, where people live and play: Christening, birthday, confirmation, graduation, wedding, anniversary. All his life Bojesen has paid homage to the mantra that good design should be humane, warm and lively: „They should remind you of a circus“ , is how he usually described his work, of which the animal are the most popular. Kay Bojesen with his user-friendly and modern expression of form belongs to the league big Danish functionalists. With his naive design, form and object melt together, seriousness and game become one. At the same time Bojesen possesses the unique ability to put life into wood, which made his work pieces into international design icons.
  • Baccarat Minimals Dog
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    This diminutive dog is the perfect accent for any shelf, desk, or dresser. Incredibly charming, the Minimals collection includes others baby figurines, namely an elephant, a pig, a young owl and a kitten (each crafted in Baccarat Clear crystal). These wee animals appeal both for their crafted details and cute size. Designed by a young Taiwanese artist, Wan Ya Hui, it is the start of a new collectible series, with a wider range of animals to come. The Minimals collection is a perfect gift for any occasion, be it a birthday or a holiday.
  • Baccarat Minimals Young Owl
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    This diminutive owl is the perfect accent for any shelf, desk, or dresser. Incredibly charming, the Minimals collection includes others baby figurines, namely an elephant, a pig, a dog and a kitten (each crafted in Baccarat Clear crystal). These wee animals appeal both for their crafted details and cute size. Designed by a young Taiwanese artist, Wan Ya Hui, it is the start of a new collectible series, with a wider range of animals to come. The Minimals collection is a perfect gift for any occasion, be it a birthday or a holiday.
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  • A Bite Out of Time Clock
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    Keep an eye on the time by posing this alligator timepiece upon your desk! This deep-green ceramic gator has a jaw-tight grip on a classic, brassy wind-up pocket watch, paying homage to the tick-tocking crocodile from your favorite childhood bedtime story. With a curving tail and a realistic scaly texture, this reptile figurine makes watching the croc a whole lot more fun!
  • Linea Cream wild daisy spray
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    This realistic artificial spray allows you to create a beautiful, everlasting display in your home. Mix and match with the rest of our blooming floral range. Artifical flowers. Length 76 cm.
  • Cirque Shadow Box
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    When it comes to transforming old objects into modern decorative pieces, few compare to Rene Matrone, whose works are inspired by the art brut movement of the 1970s. Born in Marseille, he ran his business from his hometown until fifteen years ago, when the famed Provencal antiques markets lured him north. In between high-profile interior design commissions, he spends his time scouring his adopted city for vintage quilts, costume jewelry and obsolete relics for his one-of-a-kind works of art. Case in point: this whimsical shadow box filled with figurines handcrafted from aged champagne corks. By Rene Matrone. One of a kind. Wood, glass. 10"L, 8"W, 2"D. Handmade in France.
  • Pols Potten Wild Lantern - Orange
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    Material: glazed ceramic. Dimensions: D15xH21cm. Orange coloured lantern in a scattered design. Omits a soft glow. Available in six colours. More accessories from Pols Potten available.
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  • Vitra Eames House Bird
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    Charles & Ray Eames®, 1910. Solid Alder, steel. Made in Germany by Vitra. Charles and Ray Eames augmented the interior "collage" of the Eames House with numerous objects brought back from their extensive travels. The figure of a black wooden bird - evidently one of their most prized objects of American folk art - has stood in the center of their living room for over fifty years. Also seen as an accessory in many of the Eames' photographs, the bird figure was from the Appalachian mountain region of the eastern United States. Based on the original artifact and in cooperation with the Eames family, Vitra is now producing the first series of this figure. With a grand sense of adventure, Charles and Ray Eames turned their curiosity and boundless enthusiasm into creations that established them as a truly great husband-and-wife design team. Their unique synergy led to a whole new look in furniture. Lean and modern. Playful and functional. Sleek, sophisticated, and beautifully simple. That was and is the "Eames look." The Eames house bird is made from solid Alder with a black lacquer finish and steel wire legs. 11" H | 3.25" w | 11" L.
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  • Nao by Lladro Puppy's Birthday Collectible Figurine
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    An adorably curious pup looks forward to his own celebration in this charming handmade figurine from Lladro. Porcelain.
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  • Cirque Shadow Box
    anthropologie.com
    When it comes to transforming old objects into modern decorative pieces, few compare to Rene Matrone, whose works are inspired by the art brut movement of the 1970s. Born in Marseille, he ran his business from his hometown until fifteen years ago, when the famed Provencal antiques markets lured him north. In between high-profile interior design commissions, he spends his time scouring his adopted city for vintage quilts, costume jewelry and obsolete relics for his one-of-a-kind works of art. Case in point: this whimsical shadow box filled with figurines handcrafted from aged champagne corks. By Rene Matrone. One of a kind. Wood, glass. 10"L, 8"W, 2"D. Handmade in France.
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  • Cirque Shadow Box
    anthropologie.com
    When it comes to transforming old objects into modern decorative pieces, few compare to Rene Matrone, whose works are inspired by the art brut movement of the 1970s. Born in Marseille, he ran his business from his hometown until fifteen years ago, when the famed Provencal antiques markets lured him north. In between high-profile interior design commissions, he spends his time scouring his adopted city for vintage quilts, costume jewelry and obsolete relics for his one-of-a-kind works of art. Case in point: this whimsical shadow box filled with figurines handcrafted from aged champagne corks. By Rene Matrone. One of a kind. Wood, glass. 10"L, 8"W, 2"D. Handmade in France.
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  • Refreshing Delivery Vase
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    Youll be deemed an exporter of all things elegant when you place this cardboard-box-inspired ceramic vase on your windowsill! Store a bouquet of fresh-picked blooms in this square vase, which features distressed detailing and a faux-folded top. Forget the stamps and packing tape - this brown piece brings whimsical quirkiness to your home decor, postage-free!
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  • Kay Bojesen Denmark - Singing Birds
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    The singing birds by Kay Bojesen are part of the legendary “wooden creatures” collection, which made the designer world-famous. The wooden birds possess a pure, reduced expression and thereby still bribe with character. Already in the 1950es the singing birds were designed by Kay Bojesen, however, they were never produced as a series. Kay Bojesen Denmark took the singing birds now and finally made them available to design friends of the whole world. The Danish manufacturer Rosendahl Design Group manufactures the Kay Bojesen wooden animals in tight cooperation with his family out of high quality oak wood and walnut that wins charm with passing years. Form and object, seriousness and game melt to a unity in Kay Bojesen’s simple designs. At the same time, Bojesen’s figures have the unique skill of vitalizing wood, converting Bojesen’s work into a world-famous design icon. The singing birds possess strong personality and are full of life, despite of their simplicity: curious and observing their surrounding with protective eyes. Amazingly, the birds have completely different characters because of their colours. They make up a unique and fantasy-full atmosphere image. Full of soul, humor and handicraft they are not only suitable for children: also in shelves and offices, the wooden creatures by Kay Bojesen are meanwhile desired collector’s pieces. More details: The singing birds’ family by Kay Bojesen wears a very special family-secret: The single birds are representatives of the different generations of the family of the designer Kay Bojesen – from the grandchildren to the grandparents. Kay: Singing bird Kay is named after the creator himself: Kay Bojesen. As fan of blue clothes, shirts or cravats, the feathers of the image of the designer are naturally kept in a friendly blue tone. Peter: Singing bird Peter is an elegant, modern gentleman – as well as Kay Bojesen’s oldest of four grandchildren. As it should be for classic gentlemen, this one wears black clothes / feathers. Ruth: Ruth is the feathered equivalent of Kay Bojesen’s Swedish daughter-in-law. According to her friendly appearance and hearty charm, Ruth appears in a happy, feminine pink. Otto: Otto is named after the son of Kay and Erna Bojesen and their complete proud. Accordingly he appears with exceptionally special feathers to court his beloved Ruth. Pop: Not a family member, but expression of Kay Bojesen’s love to Soda Pop, the singing bird “Pop”. In memory of the orange drink, that children like to drink by a straw-pipe, also the Pop bird is painted colourfully. Sunshine: The singing bird Sunshine represents one of the five initial colour-combinations that Bojesen created. Sunshine as sensual image for the sun stands for the perfect start of a day, accompanied by sunshine and singing birds. The full green stands in this context for the hope of a soon spring.
  • Crate & Barrel Poppy Bunch
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    The eye-popping red and crepe-like petals of field poppies bloom lifelike bundled as a gift-worthy bouquet or separate into individual bud vases. Polyester and plastic. Made in China.
  • Kay Bojesen Denmark - Singing Birds
    connox.com
    The singing birds by Kay Bojesen are part of the legendary “wooden creatures” collection, which made the designer world-famous. The wooden birds possess a pure, reduced expression and thereby still bribe with character. Already in the 1950es the singing birds were designed by Kay Bojesen, however, they were never produced as a series. Kay Bojesen Denmark took the singing birds now and finally made them available to design friends of the whole world. The Danish manufacturer Rosendahl Design Group manufactures the Kay Bojesen wooden animals in tight cooperation with his family out of high quality oak wood and walnut that wins charm with passing years. Form and object, seriousness and game melt to a unity in Kay Bojesen’s simple designs. At the same time, Bojesen’s figures have the unique skill of vitalizing wood, converting Bojesen’s work into a world-famous design icon. The singing birds possess strong personality and are full of life, despite of their simplicity: curious and observing their surrounding with protective eyes. Amazingly, the birds have completely different characters because of their colours. They make up a unique and fantasy-full atmosphere image. Full of soul, humor and handicraft they are not only suitable for children: also in shelves and offices, the wooden creatures by Kay Bojesen are meanwhile desired collector’s pieces. More details: The singing birds’ family by Kay Bojesen wears a very special family-secret: The single birds are representatives of the different generations of the family of the designer Kay Bojesen – from the grandchildren to the grandparents. Kay: Singing bird Kay is named after the creator himself: Kay Bojesen. As fan of blue clothes, shirts or cravats, the feathers of the image of the designer are naturally kept in a friendly blue tone. Peter: Singing bird Peter is an elegant, modern gentleman – as well as Kay Bojesen’s oldest of four grandchildren. As it should be for classic gentlemen, this one wears black clothes / feathers. Ruth: Ruth is the feathered equivalent of Kay Bojesen’s Swedish daughter-in-law. According to her friendly appearance and hearty charm, Ruth appears in a happy, feminine pink. Otto: Otto is named after the son of Kay and Erna Bojesen and their complete proud. Accordingly he appears with exceptionally special feathers to court his beloved Ruth. Pop: Not a family member, but expression of Kay Bojesen’s love to Soda Pop, the singing bird “Pop”. In memory of the orange drink, that children like to drink by a straw-pipe, also the Pop bird is painted colourfully. Sunshine: The singing bird Sunshine represents one of the five initial colour-combinations that Bojesen created. Sunshine as sensual image for the sun stands for the perfect start of a day, accompanied by sunshine and singing birds. The full green stands in this context for the hope of a soon spring.
  • Florist and Foremost Vase
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    You possess many talents, but none bring you quite as much joy as arranging blooms to liven up your favorite room. Just plant this charming glass vase at the center of your table, and feel that dash of delight as you place one of your most stunning bouquets inside. Illuminated by the sunlight, the clear glass of its classic silhouette comes alive with sparkling textured dots that decorate the exterior. Let your best work blossom brightly while being showcased by this gorgeous vase.
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  • Kay Bojesen Denmark - Singing Birds
    connox.com
    The singing birds by Kay Bojesen are part of the legendary “wooden creatures” collection, which made the designer world-famous. The wooden birds possess a pure, reduced expression and thereby still bribe with character. Already in the 1950es the singing birds were designed by Kay Bojesen, however, they were never produced as a series. Kay Bojesen Denmark took the singing birds now and finally made them available to design friends of the whole world. The Danish manufacturer Rosendahl Design Group manufactures the Kay Bojesen wooden animals in tight cooperation with his family out of high quality oak wood and walnut that wins charm with passing years. Form and object, seriousness and game melt to a unity in Kay Bojesen’s simple designs. At the same time, Bojesen’s figures have the unique skill of vitalizing wood, converting Bojesen’s work into a world-famous design icon. The singing birds possess strong personality and are full of life, despite of their simplicity: curious and observing their surrounding with protective eyes. Amazingly, the birds have completely different characters because of their colours. They make up a unique and fantasy-full atmosphere image. Full of soul, humor and handicraft they are not only suitable for children: also in shelves and offices, the wooden creatures by Kay Bojesen are meanwhile desired collector’s pieces. More details: The singing birds’ family by Kay Bojesen wears a very special family-secret: The single birds are representatives of the different generations of the family of the designer Kay Bojesen – from the grandchildren to the grandparents. Kay: Singing bird Kay is named after the creator himself: Kay Bojesen. As fan of blue clothes, shirts or cravats, the feathers of the image of the designer are naturally kept in a friendly blue tone. Peter: Singing bird Peter is an elegant, modern gentleman – as well as Kay Bojesen’s oldest of four grandchildren. As it should be for classic gentlemen, this one wears black clothes / feathers. Ruth: Ruth is the feathered equivalent of Kay Bojesen’s Swedish daughter-in-law. According to her friendly appearance and hearty charm, Ruth appears in a happy, feminine pink. Otto: Otto is named after the son of Kay and Erna Bojesen and their complete proud. Accordingly he appears with exceptionally special feathers to court his beloved Ruth. Pop: Not a family member, but expression of Kay Bojesen’s love to Soda Pop, the singing bird “Pop”. In memory of the orange drink, that children like to drink by a straw-pipe, also the Pop bird is painted colourfully. Sunshine: The singing bird Sunshine represents one of the five initial colour-combinations that Bojesen created. Sunshine as sensual image for the sun stands for the perfect start of a day, accompanied by sunshine and singing birds. The full green stands in this context for the hope of a soon spring.
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