ArchitectMade - Discus Parrot

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Decorative Wooden Birds

The Discus decorative wooden birds by Architectmade were designed by Hans Bølling in 1961. Their name comes from the ancient sport, which gave its shape to this design. The birds were inspired by Bølling's love of parrots. Throughout his career as an architect, the little bird adorned countless architectural drawings and buildings as a discreet figure in the background. The architect's personal and humourous signature has now come to being in the shape of the discus birds.

Hand Painted

The hand painted part of the figurine represents the colour plumage of the birds, whereas the breast is unhandled and allows the natural quality of the wood to shine through.

The birds are available in a family of various sizes and colours, which can be combined as desired.

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Item no. 145439
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Details Engraving/Signature on the Underside
Material Pine Wood (Hand Painted)
Colour Blue
Dimensions Height: 10 cm, Depth: 6 cm, Length: 11 cm
Weight 150 g (without packaging)
EAN 5700010900349
Design Hans Bølling
Category Decorative Accessories

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Customer Reviews

Exceptional shape. Beautiful decorative figure!

5 of 5 stars 14.05.2019, , ArchitectMade - Discus Parrot, medium, blue
3 of 3 customers have found this review helpful.

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The Discus parrot already stands out by its great packaging. It is wrapped in dark tissue paper and then lies in an outer packaging perfectly matched to its size. As a gift really ideal! The figure itself: Great, great, great! Very cleanly processed and also perfectly painted. A hand flatterer. To line up: The parrot works best, if one positions it in such a way that one looks at its broad side. So from the side looks at the good piece. You should consider this before buying if you think about where to put it best. And yes, it seems larger than the dimensions would suggest. Leaving a little space around can therefore not hurt!

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