Mobile | Flensted | symphony in 3 movements
With Mozart playing in the background,?Ole Flensted was inspired to create?Symphony in Three Movements, and one can easily see the dancing of the notes and the movements of the quill over the page of music in the expression of the mobile.?This mobile looks fantastic when it hangs above a piano, in your music room or just in your own very special corner.
Flensted have been?creating unique and beautiful mobiles since 1953, ever since founder?Christian Flensted cut three storks out of cardboard and mounted them?onto two sticks of straw. Still family owned and made in Denmark, Flensted aim to design?unique, extraordinary mobiles that can both set their surroundings in motion and create a balance of mind. For when it comes to mobiles, rest and restlessness make a happy couple.
19 x 61cm
Stainless steel, Wood
Design Year: 1972
To see the full range of Flensted Mobiles click?HERE.
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