Owl was designed by Paul Anker in 1960.
The Owl can embody a variety of emotions. The head is attached to the body by a magnet, which gives it flexibility to be tilted and rotated in all directions.
The Owl is handmade at a small wood shop in Denmark, in Danish oak wood with eyes inserted in wenge wood.
Material: Oak; Natural/Smoked
Dimensions: Large: H17cm, Small: H8.5cm
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