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Item No. 100171154

Flying Saucers II Mobile

C$ 95.00
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Item No. 100171154

Flying Saucers II Mobile

C$ 95.00
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Black
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  • 28" H 34" W 34" D
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Designed by Ole Flensted for Flensted
Flying Saucers II Mobile
C$ 95.00
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In 1953, Christian Flensted created his first mobile to celebrate the christening of his daughter, and Flensted Mobiles was born. Almost two decades later, following in his father’s footsteps, Ole Flensted designed his very first mobile, and he’s since developed many others that now hang all over the world. He draws his inspiration from a variety of elements, such as nature, technology and his own environment. Each and every Flensted mobile is carefully handcrafted by 60 specialists spread throughout Funen, Denmark. Flying Saucers (2008) is named for its colorful disc-shaped ends. Made in Denmark.

This mobile includes a preattached string wrapped around a card to prevent it from tangling. To install, unwind the string to your desired length, then drive a screw through the card and into the ceiling.
Brand Flensted
General Dimensions
  • 28" H 34" W 34" D
Box Dimensions
  • 10" H 2" W 10" D
Assembly Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.

Flying Saucers II Mobile

  • Height (in): 28
  • Width (in): 34
  • Depth (in): 34
  • Plastic ends
  • Stainless steel arms
  • Nylon string

Ole Flensted

Ole Flensted was 3 years old when his father, Christian, made a mobile to celebrate the christening of his daughter in 1953. Flensted, the oldest of three children, made his first production mobile in 1970, and his father named it Futura after the typeface – and also as a suggestion of Ole’s future, which was realized when he and wife Aase began running Flensted Mobiles, the family business.

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