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The cheerful birdhouse Postduif is made of stoneware and designed in 2012 by Charlotte Landsheer for Cor Unum.
Cor Unum's bird houses were created by making special roof tiles for the Dutch kids program Klokhuis.
The model is sculpted by hand with clay. A mold is made of the model and the stoneware bird house is cast in it.
The stoneware is baked to 1250 degrees, making the bird houses winter-proof.
At the back is a large hole where you can hang it, and clean it by removing the old nest.
If the house still needs to be cleaned more, you put it in the dishwasher and the house is clean for the new residents.
Dimensions 23 x 12 x 8 cm
Cor Unum | Sustainable business
Cor Unum produces high-quality design ceramics with great passion and craftsmanship. Cor Unum (literally: one at heart),
has been worn by many since 1953: by ambassadors and students, by designers and volunteers,
by people with a distance to the labor market and professionals.
Today they stand for responsible entrepreneurship by safeguarding a traditional and clean production process;
and of securing meaningful work for people who find it difficult to find work elsewhere.
Cor Unum combines commercial entrepreneurship with idealistic objectives, so sustainable entrepreneurship at its best!
Many Dutch and international top designers regularly design products for Cor Unum. All ceramics are Limited Editions.
You can find the beautiful Dutch Design vases and ceramic objects in the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) in New York, among others.
Tools in Paris or Trico in Tokyo.
North Sea Design is official dealer of Cor Unum, we sell all ceramics of the Dutch Design brand.
In the online webshop you will find a few vases and birdhouses, in our store in Vorden (Achterhoek) you will find several items in stock;
You're also welcome to visit the North Sea Design shop for advice on Cor Unum ceramics.
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