Drewniany ptaszek H12,5 cm YEAR 2024 SONGBIRD - FLORA Pink - Limited Edition

Kay Bojesen

350,10 zł brutto

389,00 zł



Kay Bojesen has taken care of the design, but you chose the colours. Welcome to Flora, Songbird of the Year 2024, ready to fly onto your shelf and become part of the collection.

Głęb.Szer.W Length 13 cm Width 6.5 cm Height 12.5 cm
Motyw Zwierzęta, Ptaki, Owady, Ryby
Materiał Drewno
Kolor Różowy

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Kay Bojessen Songbird Flora.

Flora Ptaszek Roku 2024.

Ta urocza figurka jest gotowa, aby wlecieć na Twoją półkę i stać się częścią Twojej pięknej kolekcji Kay Bojesen. Flora została wybrana Ptakiem Pieśniącego Roku 2024 dzięki swojej jasnoróżowej osobowości, która przyciąga spojrzenia i serca miłośników sztuki. Podobnie jak wszystkie inne Ptaki, Flora jest produkowana w limitowanej liczbie egzemplarzy, co czyni ją jeszcze bardziej wyjątkową. Na każdej figurce znajduje się wygrawerowany rok, co stanowi niezaprzeczalny dowód na jej oryginalność i unikalność. Flora może być nieco mniejsza od klasycznego Songbirda, ale jej urok jest równie wielki. Jej wymiary wynoszą 12,50 cm wysokości, 13 cm szerokości i 6,50 cm głębokości. Ta subtelna i delikatna figurka sprawi, że Twoja kolekcja Kay Bojesen będzie jeszcze bardziej imponująca. Dodaj Flora do swojej kolekcji i ciesz się urodą i wdziękiem tego wyjątkowego ptaka śpiewającego roku Kay Bojesen 2024.

Kay Bojesen has taken care of the design, but you chose the colours. Welcome to Flora, Songbird of the Year 2024, ready to fly onto your shelf and become part of the collection.

With her bright pink personality, she won the vote for Songbird of the Year 2024, and you can't help but smile when you look at her. In Greek mythology, Flora was the goddess of spring and flowers, and her inspiration from the world of flowers is evident in the choice of colours – right down to the beak, which is like the yellow centre of a flower.

Flora is produced in a limited edition and engraved with the year. The Songbird of the Year 2024 is slightly smaller than the classic Songbird, but just as charming. Just like the other Kay Bojesen songbirds, it is made from FSC®-certified beech wood, which guarantees that the trees used in production are planted, cultivated and felled responsibly. Flora is naturally hand-finished and painted in beautiful colours with great precision and skill. The craftsmanship quality typical of Kay Bojesen’s figurines shines through clearly – just like Flora’s charming personality.

Painted beech: bright pink.
Dimensions: Length 13 cm Width 6.5 cm Height 12.5 cm

About the designer:

Kay Bojesen (1886-1958) is one of the most important pioneers of Danish design. Trained as a silversmith in Georg Jensen's workshop, he designed various products in silver, such as cutlery and serving dishes, including his famous Grand Prix cutlery. Kay Bojesen also worked with other materials and was particularly interested in exploring the possibilities of wood.

The Birds series is a collection of songbirds with unique names in a wide range of playful colours. All birds in the Birds series are designed based on Kay Bojesen’s original drawings from the 1950s and produced in FSC®-certified  wood, which guarantees that the trees have been planted, cultivated and felled responsibly. Kay Bojesen designed with soul, humour and a twinkle in his eye and looked at the world from a child's perspective when creating new stories in wood. There had to be room for the imagination to unfold around the figures, and the simple design language, clear colours and friendly expressions have become his signature.

The Bojesen family’s terrace in Bellavista was full of flowers, cane furniture... and birds, and at some point a picture of the wooden songbird was found in one of the family’s photo albums, which might well have been inspired by his flying friends on the terrace. It turned out later that there were originally five birds, and since then the family of songbirds has grown big and colourful.

All Kay Bojesen’s sweet songbirds spread joy and capture the hearts of both young and old  with their charming personality. The Nightingale was created in collaboration with the new H.C. Andersen House, which opened in the summer of 2021, and is inspired by the world-famous author’s fairy tale about the little bird with the big voice. And the colours of the Nightingale are inspired by the beautiful Chinese Nightingale.

The bird Georg fuses Kay Bojesen’s use of both wood and silver, as both the beak and the legs are decorated with silver leaf. And the gorgeous shades of green in the plumage are inspired by Kay Bojesen’s jewellery with jade stones. The Alfred Bird is named after one of Kay Bojesen’s great-grandchildren. This Nordic name also symbolises the innocence and peace that has always characterised the designer’s wooden figures. The songbird Ruth is named after Kay Bojesen’s Swedish daughter-in-law. She took the family by storm with her femininity and love of pink.

The Sunshine bird represents one of the five original colour combinations. Originally designed in the 1950s, and like its five colourful siblings, it has never been produced before. The Raven songbird is crafted with black feather splendour and is a stylish and classic feature of the otherwise colourful bird collection from Kay Bojesen.

The series also includes the Kay songbird, named after Mr Bojesen himself who was a big fan of the colour blue. He was always wearing either an impeccable blue suit, shirt and tie or white work coat. And the Ernst songbird takes us one place up in the family tree to Kay Bojesen’s father – a gentleman with many talents. He was a businessman, publishing director, cultural personality and also a creative soul who, together with his wife Valborg, inspired his son Kay to create his collection of beloved wooden figures.

The birds series also features Kay Bojesen’s iconic turtle doves in several versions and his sparrows, which he designed in the mid-1930s. These birds bring a touch of romance into the imaginative world of Wooden Figures. Kay Bojesen’s songbirds are a good example of how he, with a simple design, managed to gives his figures life and soul, so that to this day they spark our imagination and speak to the child in all of us, across age and generations.

Kay Bojesen

Kay Bojesen graduated as a silversmith in 1910 after completing his apprenticeship with silversmith Georg Jensen. As one of the first Danish artisans to do so, he embraced functionalism.