Kay Bojesen

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    Lovebirds, 2 pcs

    The delightful Lovebirds are designed by the Danish designer Kay Bojesen. The little lovebirds come in sets of two and are made in light and dark oak. 
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    Elephant

    Kay Bojesen's elephant arrived in 1953 and immediately became a popular addition in Kay Bojesen family of wooden figures.
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    Hippo

    The hippo was created in 1955 as a fun desktop items to hold pens. Hippo is made of solid oak and is 21 cm wide and 8.5 cm high.
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    Zebra

    Kay Bojesen Zebra was designed in 1935 and was Kay Bojesen's first exotic animal.
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    Songbird Ruth

    Ruth is named after Kay Bojesen's Swedish daughter-in-law. With her femininity and pink body, she took the family by storm. The Songbird – like her five colourful siblings – was never put into production when first designed by Kay Bojesen in the 1950s.

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    Songbird Kay

    Kay is named after Mr. Bojesen himself who was a great fan of the colour blue. He was always either dressed in an immaculate blue suit, shirt and tie or a white smock. The Songbird – like his five colourful siblings – was never put into production when first designed by Kay Bojesen in the 1950s. 

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    Monkey

    Give a gift that will last a lifetime. Kay Bojesen's Monkey was born in 1951. A little Monkey with the great personality which has come to signify a gift from a very special person.