• Kay Bojesen Songbird Flora 2024
  • Kay Bojesen Songbird Flora 2024
  • Kay Bojesen Songbird Flora 2024
  • Kay Bojesen Songbird Flora 2024

Kay Bojesen Songbird Flora 2024

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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.


Burgundy and pink</p This product is FSC® certified. FSC (Forest Stewardship Council®) is an international non-profit labelling scheme for wood and paper, and your guarantee that you can buy the product with a clear conscience. In an FSC forest, no more trees are cut down than the forest can reproduce. At the same time, FSC is a guarantee that animals and plant life are protected and that the people who work in the forest are provided with training, safety equipment and decent wages. FSC® C140259>

Size Description

Height 12.50 cm
Width 13 cm
Depth 6.50 cm

  • Kay Bojesen

    Kay Bojesen (1886-1958) is one of the most important pioneers of Danish design. Trained as a silversmith at the Georg Jensen workshop, he designed several products in silver, such as cutlery and serving dishes, including his famous Grand Prix cutlery. Kay Bojesen worked with other materials as well and explored in particular the possibilities offered by wood.
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