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Flensted Mobiles Abstract Flowing Rhythm Mobile in Red

Flensted Mobiles Abstract Flowing Rhythm Mobile in Red

BY FLENSTED MOBILES

Product Description

Mobiles are a traditional handicraft in Denmark. The first modern designer mobile was made there in 1954. It was then that Christian and Grethe Flensted designed the Stork mobile to celebrate the baptism of their daughter. Demand for the Stork mobile surpassed all expectations, and it still ships worldwide over 50 years later. Today Flensted Mobiles is based on the Danish island of Funen, the birthplace of Hans Christian Anderson, where it creates its very own design fairy tales from the old village school in Brenderup. Based on his creations, Christian was dubbed the "Uromager", which roughly translated means, "maker of things mischievous and always on the move". Today, their son Ole and his wife Aase continue the tradition. Although Christian Flensted designed "Flowing Rhythm" over fifty years ago, the mobile remains one of the most admired of Flensted mobiles and is still a bestseller worldwide. When it was ten years old, it starred alongside Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in the 1966 film of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf". Designed by: Christian Flensted Features: Material: Painted fiberboard. All assembled and ready to be enjoyed or given as a gift. Dimensions: 12" H x 18" W. see more...

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Flensted Mobiles Abstract Flowing Rhythm Mobile in Red
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