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Monkey small oak | Kay Bojesen

by Kay Bojesen

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Description:Monkey was designed in 1951 by Kay Bojesen and is the perfet gift idea for someone special as it will stay by your side for a lifetime. The little Monkey with the great personality is the special [...] Read All


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Name

Monkey small oak | Kay Bojesen

Year of collection

2014

THE DESIGNER

KAY BOJESEN

Measures

H 19 x L 19.5 x D 5.9 cm

Material

Oak | Smoked oak

Cod.

39257

EAN

5709513392576

Monkey was designed in 1951 by Kay Bojesen and is the perfet gift idea for someone special as it will stay by your side for a lifetime. The little Monkey with the great personality is the special present for christenings, birthdays, school leavers and weddings. From being a popular toy in the playroom to a beloved design icon in a future home, Monkey is a classic and dear friend for life.

Every single member for the Monkey family is produced in Denmark and is absolutley unique.

To ensure responsible harvesting and better living conditions for the local people living near the plantations all over the world; all the monkeys are made from plantation teak, wich is a sustainable alternative to natural forest teak.

KAY BOJESEN

Silversmith and designer Kay Bojesen had a very special talent. He was able to bring wood to life, and he became world-famous for creating wooden toys that had soul and an impish sense of humour. With more than 2000 pieces to his name, Kay Bojesen was one of Denmark's most prolific artisans in the 20th century. He is best known for his playful and cheerful monkeys, royal life guards and other wooden toys, but his wide-ranging production also includes jewellery, cutlery, teapots and silver goblets. Kay Bojesen graduated as a silversmith in 1910 after completing his apprenticeship with silversmith Georg Jensen. As one of the first Danish artisans to do so, he embraced functionalism. He was among the pioneers who organised Den Permanente association – a cooperative of artists that included a shop and exhibition space which over the decades came to represent the best in Danish and [...]
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