A Royal Copenhagen, Bing & Grondahl or Dahl Jensen bird figurine can be anything from the little bird Robin over pet birds to the majestic birds of prey. Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl have produced numerous different bird figurines, beginning around the turn of the 18th century, and carrying on until today. Some of the very first types of bird figurines were produced as late as 2002. As an example of this we shall mention Royal Copenhagen Icelandic Falcon no. 263. Various artists have made their contribution to the variety of bird figurines signifying a number of nature's birds. The many different ways of expression of these artists have resulted in a category of figurines with very diversified results. Below you can find a list of the bird figurines, which we have chosen to display on our website. At each bird figurine we state manufacturer and designer, where possible. From each bird figurine you can follow a link to the product page of this figurine, where you can see a photo of each bird figurine.
These beautiful bird figurines will liven up any home and there are birds for every situation. The love bird as a gift from one lover to the beloved. A rooster as a playful gift for the pompous friend or three penguins close together for the trio of close friends. A gift for one's parents at an anniversary could be the duck and drake or geese together. A child's gift for his parents could be the family of sparrows and of course if a friend need cheering up the famous titmouse optimist and pessimist are the perfect choice. The possibilities are as varied as the birds themselves.
Royal Copenhagen and Bing & Grondahl figurines of birds represent, as you see above, many different types of birds which have been sought after for many years.