Dutch Dog - Van Heemskerck - Dog Collar
Thanks to Dutch Dog Amsterdam canine lovers now have a way to demonstrate their affinity for western art whilst walking their pets. This unique collection offers canine owners eco-friendly and non-toxic dog constraints with designs reminiscent of Vincent van Gogh, Piet Mondrian and Jacoba van Heemskerck’s work.
Jacoba van Heemskerck, a woman of Dutch nobility, was a talented painter and glass artist. She experimented with modern art and cubism, but was always looking for new methods of self-expression. In 1916, she expanded her repertoire to begin working with stained glass. This dog collar and lead collection exemplifies her work via the use of modern shapes and vivid colours, mirroring that which can be found in many of her paintings and stained glass pieces. The bright and lively colour palette allows your dog to trot around town in style. Something that a modern art loving dog owner may find appealing.
The dog collar is made of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) recycled webbing and printed with eco-friendly, lead-free, non-toxic printing.
Available in three sizes:
Small: 2.5cm wide x 25cm (min) - 38cm (max)
Medium: 2.5cm wide x 38cm (min) - 51cm (max)
Large: 2.5cm wide x 51cm (min) - 63.5cm (max)
Both the dog collar and matching Van Heemskerck dog lead are machine washable.
Dutch Dog Design was born in the Netherlands in 2003. At Lux Dog Design we have been providing these collars for Australia and around the world since 2010.
Dutch Dog Design is a company that understands the needs of its consumers and strives to design products for a complete outdoors experience and lifetime solution.
The Dutch Dog Amsterdam line of leashes eco-friendly leashes and collars currently includes two collections: Dutch Artists and Nature. The Dutch Artists collection features the work of van Gogh, Mondrian, and van Heemskerck. The Nature collection features work commissioned by local artist, Susan Melrath. This Nature collection features the select Ruby Harvest, Aqua Flora, and Over the Moon, whose designs were inspired by the harvest, tulip gardens, and moon and celestial beings, respectively.