Kahler – Sparedyr Fish Money Box – Mint
Price: £40.00 £30.00
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The first Kahler Fish money bank was originally designed in 1920's by Nils Kähler. A charming display item to add a splash of colour in your home.
The Kahler Fish Money Box was first developed when designer Nils Kähler began experimenting with creating a range of animal shaped money boxes and decorative ceramic animals. Originally used as a way for apprentices to develop their technical skills, these money boxes went on to become some of the most popular products from Kähler Ceramics.
Kähler now produces these iconic money boxes in the form of these classic fishy banks. Each money box is still carefully decorated by hand, meaning that no two are alike. Each features a glossy top half glaze with a brighter finish and a more subdued matt finished base.
Unlike the original money banks (which you had to break open!) these new designs have a convenient hole on the bottom which is sealed with cork stopper.
If you're looking for another great gift idea, you might also like Fernando the Fish, a classic clock designed by George Nelson.
Kähler Ceramics has a long history of producing top quality ceramics, designed by multiple generations of Kähler and various artists.
Ceramic with cork stopper.
Mint - W9.5 x L19.5 x H16cm