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  • Rosendahl Arne Jacobsen Bankers Clock
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    Rosendahl Arne Jacobsen Bankers Clock
    When Arne Jacobsen designed the Bankers Clock for the National Bank of Denmark in 1971, he also created a design icon for the home. With its diameter of 16 cm, this clock is the smallest in the range. The clock case supporting the concave glass front gives the clock an appearance of hovering on the wall. A great gift idea for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, school leavers and other special occasions. Lens:Mineral glassMovement: RHYTME Japanese movementBattery: AA 1,5 VoltAccuracy: +/- 0,5 sec. in 24 hoursDial:WhiteSize:16cmCase: Aluminium.
  • Rosendahl Ernst Songbird Decor
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    Rosendahl Ernst Songbird Decor
    The distinguished gentleman Ernst, with his discrete grey plumage and striking black bill, is a perfect match for today's graphic interior design trends. Measurements:H 16 x W 7.5 x L 15 cmMaterial:Solid beech wood Painted by hand in dove grey, charcoal and blackDesigner: Kay BojesenOrigin: Denmark.
  • Rosendahl Ruth Songbird Decor
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    Rosendahl Ruth Songbird Decor
    Kay Bojesen's wooden songbirds for Rosendahl, were never actually made when first designed in the 1950s. Rediscovered in the Rosendahl archive they have now been produced in all their colourful glory. Measurements:H 16 x W 7.5 x L 15 cmMaterial:Solid beech wood Painted by hand in red, pink, green and yellowDesigner: Kay BojesenOrigin: Denmark.
  • Rosendahl - Wallpaper
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    Rosendahl - Wallpaper
    The Wallpaper Newspaper stand by Rosendahl was designed by Maria Bernsten. The brushed aluminium gives this particular object of design a lively glow. You always want to touch it. The Wallpaper Newspaper stand consists of two opposing bent aluminium plates. Inside there is an arch where your newspapers will be perfectly kept. Even without newspapers inside it seems like a beautiful object of art. Read how customers have rated this product.
  • Rosendahl Horse Decor
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    Rosendahl Horse Decor
    Its soft curves and stiff legs give the horse the typical expression Kay Bojesen's wooden family of animals is known for: Playful contours that don't try to reflect those of real animals, but imaginative variations instead, which quickly find a place in any home. Measurements: height 14 cmMaterial: Walnut woodDesigner: Kay Bojesen (1886 - 1958)Origin: Denmark.
  • Rosendahl - Saga Magnolia Vase
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    Rosendahl - Saga Magnolia Vase
    The magnolia is considered one of the most beautiful flowers among gardeners and flowers enthusiasts. She bribes as precursor of the spring, being incomparably beautiful when the weather is still cold. Rosendahl represents a vase that emphasizes every bouquet by means of the engraved magnolia blossoms as well as the soft shapes. Fresh flowers are loved details in the Nordic areas, bringing colourful enthusiasm into the homes during long, cold winter months. Bouquets full of love delight hearts and houses of many people all over the world and the trend of offering flowers grows. That’s how everyone has a vase at home, since they became as important as cushions, candles or lamps. Rosendahl produces designs for homes since 1980 over generations already. The appearance of the Saga vase, made of transparent glass and with the soft motives of magnolia blossoms, means timeless freshness in our day by day. The simple, round form of the vase is a wonderful piece of decoration on every table and the slim neck emphasizes bouquets of all kinds and sizes. The Saga magnolia vases by Rosendahl offer more reasons to embellish every day with flowers! Also in our blog: Easter decoration: Enchanting inspirations for spring Ambiente 2014: Trends, design awards and much more
  • Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - AJ Station Alarm Clock
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    Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - AJ Station Alarm Clock
    Alarm clock in retro design The AJ Station Alarm Clock by the Danish manufacturer Rosendahl is a traditional alarm clock which has already been designed in the middle of the 1930s by Arne Jacobsen. The elegant and swung curves of the model, which can also be used as table clock, don’t only make it an attractive design object for friends of apparent enjoyment but also the favorite alarm clock of tradition-knowing people. Arne Jacobsen designed a Villa for H. J. Hansen, the director of Lauritz Knudsen in the middle of the 1930s. Hansen recognized the potential of the young architect and asked him if he was interested in designing a clock. The result were “electric table clocks with and without alarm function”, which were presented on the spring fair Charlottenborg 1939 for the first time. Initially the dial “Roman” ornamented the front of the table clock from 1939. This dial with roman numbers was also used by Arne Jacobsen for the town hall clock in Aarhus among others later on. An overworked edition of the table clock with Arabic numbers and nine pointers was offered in 1941, called “Station”. The housing of the table clock Station by Arne Jacobsen consists of ABS synthetics and shock-resistant glass. The base is made out of metal. The alarm clock is moreover equipped with LED illumination and a Snooze function. Also in our blog: Home fashion: Furnish in retro style
  • Rosendahl - Filigree Vase, Optik
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    Rosendahl - Filigree Vase, Optik
    The Lin Utzon Filigree collection is a classic one in the Rosendahl assortment. Known for the elaborate, decorative illustrations in her designs, Utzon starts a new direction with the Filigree vase “Optik” : Completely without the so far characteristic floral patterns, her mouth/blown candleholders appear in a softly turned look, which lets the reinterpretations of Rosendahl appear like individual artworks. Timeless vases like the Filigree vase Optik from Rosendahl are the classiest pieces among decoration accessories in every home or as well to be offered for a special event. Lin Utzons Filigree variation is more than that: The attractively turned look gives an impressive, shiny effect to the mouth-blown artwork of glass. This one is even more emphasized while pouring water into the vase or while lighting a votive candle in the Filigree votive. The interplay of spectacular light effects and minimalistic design makes up an aesthetic simplicity in the Rosendahl Filigree series, which perfectly suits every home. The thick glass base makes the vase especially resistant and it softly fits in the renewed design. Also in our blog: Easter decoration: enchanting inspirations for spring Autumn fairs 2014
  • Rosendahl - Filigree Votive Optik
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    Rosendahl - Filigree Votive Optik
    The Lin Utzon Filigree collection is a classic one in the Rosendahl assortment. Known for the elaborate, decorative illustrations in her designs, Utzon starts a new direction with the Filigree candleholder “Optik” : Completely without the so far characteristic floral patterns, her mouth/blown candleholders appear in a softly turned look, which lets the reinterpretations of Rosendahl appear like individual artworks. Timeless votive candle holders like the Filigree candleholder Optik from Rosendahl are the classiest pieces among decoration accessories in every home or as well to be offered for a special event. Lin Utzons Filigree variation is more than that: The attractively turned look gives an impressive, shiny effect to the mouth-blown artwork of glass. This one is even more emphasized while lighting a votive candle in it and while pouring water into the Filigree vase. The interplay of spectacular light effects and minimalistic design makes up an aesthetic simplicity in the Rosendahl Filigree series, which perfectly suits every home. The thick glass base makes the votive candle especially resistant and it softly fits in the renewed design. Also in our blog: Autumn fairs 2014
  • Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - AJ Bankers Wall Clock
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    Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - AJ Bankers Wall Clock
    The Arne Jacobsen wall-clock-classics are back – and now also as table clocks! Arne Jacobsen might be the most famous Danish architect and designer. Legendary furnishing-designs made Jacobsen popular in Denmark and further away. The Rosendahl company bought the rights for the Re-Production of the most famous wall-clocks by Arne Jacobsen and re-edited them now in 100% compliance with the original designs and in meticulous cooperation with Teit Weylandt. Teit Weylandt has worked for Arne Jacobsen’s product development during a long time and he focused on every small detail for the re-production of the clocks: ”Not a stone stayed on another: The pointers, the housing, the form of the lens – we studied everything…” The results are three legendary clock-classics that originally ornamented Danish buildings. AJ Bankers wall clock. The Bankers clock by Arne Jacobsen has initially been designed for the building of the Danish national bank in 1971. The most recent one of the three designs shows an abstract dial with a bar (subdivided in twelve sectors) that displays the hours, so that the sector is moved by one sector every hour – instead of having conventional numbers. This means that the dial displays a spiral-form construction from one to twelve o’clock. All AJ clocks by Rosendahl embody an interesting diagonal-cut of modern times on a unique way in an Arne Jacobsen design over a period of 30 years. The housing of the clocks consists of aluminium and mineral glass. The clockwork comes out of Japan and is powered by an AA-battery (1.5V). Read how customers have rated this product.
  • Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - Picto Wall Clock
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    Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - Picto Wall Clock
    When Steen Georg Christensen and Erling Andersen designed the Picto clock in 1984, they especially wanted to continue developing the conventional clocks design and they therefore concentrated on the form and the function. The designer duo furthermore wanted to create an “image” of the time. They were successful transforming the Rosendahl Picto into a modern classic. The graphic expression of Picto is modern and minimalistic, which is why it is more contemporaneous than ever. More advantages of the clock are in the revolutionary, rotating dial, which makes Picto remarkably different, even 30 years after it has been launched. The Rosendahl Timepieces Picto wall clock’s dial rotates contrasting all the common clocks with ticking pointers – Picto leans on the imagination of a rotating world and the time passing simultaneously. The hours pointer is a fixed element at one place of the dial, together with the “normal” minutes pointer they are the only elements of the clock. Less is often more. The Rosendahl Timepieces Picto wall clock is unique as a designer’s piece. They were for example completely designed without the common glass protection – a surprising and fresh effect, which emphasizes the rotating dial in front of a wall and which makes people stop and want to touch it in order to feel the time passing. The glass-less design moreover directs the attention to the contrasting colours of the hours and minutes pointer.
  • Rosendahl Romer Alarm Clock
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    Rosendahl Romer Alarm Clock
    After many years of being forgotten, the Arne Jacobsen relaunch has reintroduced the table clock into modern interior design. Thanks to updated functions such as snooze and light sensors, the table clock serves as both a clock and an effective alarm clock, but most will probably use the new table clock as a design object. With its graphic black/white color scale and elegant metal foot with unmistakable inspiration from "the Ant" and "Seven" chairs, the table clock fits in well anywhere in a modern home: in the bedroom, living room, kitchen, on shelves and not least in the office as the ultimate gadget for design lovers. Led light, white face, black roman numerals and alarm function.
  • Rosendahl Banker's Alarm Clock
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    Rosendahl Banker's Alarm Clock
    After many years of being forgotten, the Arne Jacobsen relaunch has reintroduced the table clock into modern interior design. Thanks to updated functions such as snooze and light sensors, the table clock serves as both a clock and an effective alarm clock, but most will probably use the new table clock as a design object. With its graphic black/white color scale and elegant metal foot with unmistakable inspiration from "the Ant" and "Seven" chairs, the table clock fits in well anywhere in a modern home: in the bedroom, living room, kitchen, on shelves and not least in the office as the ultimate gadget for design lovers. Led light, white face, black markers, red center and alarm function.
  • Rosendahl City Hall Alarm Clock
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    Rosendahl City Hall Alarm Clock
    After many years of being forgotten, the Arne Jacobsen relaunch has reintroduced the table clock into modern interior design. Thanks to updated functions such as snooze and light sensors, the table clock serves as both a clock and an effective alarm clock, but most will probably use the new table clock as a design object. With its graphic black/white color scale and elegant metal foot with unmistakable inspiration from "the Ant" and "Seven" chairs, the table clock fits in well anywhere in a modern home: in the bedroom, living room, kitchen, on shelves and not least in the office as the ultimate gadget for design lovers. Led light, black face, white hour markers and alarm function.
  • Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - AJ City Hall Alarm Clock
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    Rosendahl Timepieces Rosendahl - AJ City Hall Alarm Clock
    Arne Jacobsen is the maybe most famous Danish architect and designer. Legendary furnishing-designs made Jacobsen popular in Denmark and further away. The Rosendahl company bought the rights for the Re-Production of the most famous wall-clocks by Arne Jacobsen and re-edited them now in 100% compliance with the original designs and in meticulous cooperation with Teit Weylandt. Teit Weylandt has worked for Arne Jacobsen’s product development during a long time and he focused on every small detail for the re-production of the clocks: ”Not a stone stayed on another: The pointers, the housing, the form of the lens – we studied everything…” The results are three legendary clock-classics that originally ornamented Danish buildings. The re-production by Rosendahl was not only limited to the three wall clocks – moreover the according motives were also created as alarm clocks at the same time. Arne Jacobsen already designed a villa for H. J. Hansen, the director of Lauritz Knudsen in the middle of the 1930s. Hansen recognized the potential of the young architect and asked him, if he was interested in the design of a clock. The result was “electric table clocks with and without alarm function”, which were presented on the spring furniture fair Charlottenborg 1939 for the first time. City Hall Arne Jacobsen designs many buildings in the 1950s and 1960s for the Copenhagen suburb Rødovre. The town hall of 1956 shows how much Jacobsen was inspired by international styles in that time, ant it is one of his most consequently planned buildings. He designs all details himself, among them also the town hall clock, and he furnishes the whole building with an own furniture series. The iconic dial of the City Hall alarm clock emerged according to the example of this clock. The housing of the table clock consists of ABS synthetics and shock-resistant glass. The base is made out of metal. The alarm clock is moreover equipped with LED illumination and a Snooze function.
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