Bird Case

Bird Case

€20.11

: Bomedo

: Poster

Bird cages were found back in ancient Greece, where they are featured in writing and are pictured on vases. At that time most of the cages were made. The bird cage had its glory in the Middle Ages Europe, where the royal and nobility had exotic birds such as parrots, white turtles or night cats in cages. Often, there were visitors at the court who had given the rare bird species a gift. Birds in cages were extremely popular because they provided comfortable 'background noise' and their cages were designed to easily accompany the owner from room to room. One could say that they were the portable music system of the day.

Inventor: John Maxheimer (born?) Searched in 1882 in the United States for a new and improved type of bird cage with a screen around the bottom of the cage. The screen should keep the area clean without compromising access to water and food refills. Around the screen was a cover that could easily be removed, cleaned and reconnected.

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