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Kay Bojesen Bojie The Skier - Boy Kay Bojesen Bojie The Skier - Boy
£67.00
2 in stock
Kay Bojesen Bojie The Boy Skier Deigned by Kay Bojesen towards the end of the 1940s, this cheerful boy skier with bobble hat and mint green tunic is named Boje after the artist's son, Otto. The boy skier’s equally colourful companion is named after Otto’s wife whose nickname was Datti. Originally only produced as a small series, the original wooden figurines are now very rare. but the series has b…
Kay Bojesen Datti The Skier - Girl Kay Bojesen Datti The Skier - Girl
£67.00
1 in stock
Kay Bojesen Bojie The Girl Skier Deigned by Kay Bojesen towards the end of the 1940s, this cheerful girl skier with pointy red hat and red checked shirt is named Dattie after Bojesen's daughter-in-law. The girl skier’s equally colourful companion is named after the designer's son whose nickname was Bojie. Originally only produced as a small series, the original wooden figurines are now very rare.…
Kay Bojesen Drummer Kay Bojesen Drummer
£75.00
2 in stock
Kay Bojesen Drummer In their ceremonial red uniform and bearskin hats, the Danish Royal Guardsmen have held guard at Denmark’s palaces since the 17th century and have now become a familiar symbol of the nation. Kay Bojesen’s hand painted beechwood guardsmen were originally created in 1942 and soon became collectors’ pieces with admirers across the globe. Beautifully crafted and gift packaged, the…
Kay Bojesen Postman Einar Kay Bojesen Postman Einar
£75.00
2 in stock
Kay Bojesen Postman Einar Based on an original drawing by Kay Bojesen dating from the 1940s, the hand painted beechwood version was first brought to life in conjunction with celebrations for the 800th anniversary of the city of Copenhagen. With his shiny red jacket, official hat, a large shoulder bag for the post and a letter in his hand, Einar is a proud symbol of Danish nostalgia and a beautiful…
Kay Bojesen Sparrows, 7 pcs Kay Bojesen Sparrows, 7 pcs
£155.00
1 in stock
Kay Bojesen Sparrows, 7pcs Originally designed by Danish silversmith Kay Bojesen in 1935, the hand painted beechwood Sparrows have been re-released for a new generation of collectors and have lost none of their charm. The set of seven birds sit atop the wooden plank, to which they are attached with magnets. With one bird for every day of the week, the Sparrows make a perfect gift for a young child…

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Kay Bojesen Bojie The Boy Skier Deigned by Kay Bojesen towards the end of the 1940s, this cheerful boy skier with bobble hat and mint green tunic is named Boje after the artist's son, Otto. The boy skier’s equally colourful companion is named after Otto’s wife whose nickname was Datti. Originally only produced as a small series, the original wooden figurines are now very rare. but the series has b…
Kay Bojesen Bojie The Girl Skier Deigned by Kay Bojesen towards the end of the 1940s, this cheerful girl skier with pointy red hat and red checked shirt is named Dattie after Bojesen's daughter-in-law. The girl skier’s equally colourful companion is named after the designer's son whose nickname was Bojie. Originally only produced as a small series, the original wooden figurines are now very rare.…
Kay Bojesen Drummer In their ceremonial red uniform and bearskin hats, the Danish Royal Guardsmen have held guard at Denmark’s palaces since the 17th century and have now become a familiar symbol of the nation. Kay Bojesen’s hand painted beechwood guardsmen were originally created in 1942 and soon became collectors’ pieces with admirers across the globe. Beautifully crafted and gift packaged, the…
Kay Bojesen Postman Einar Based on an original drawing by Kay Bojesen dating from the 1940s, the hand painted beechwood version was first brought to life in conjunction with celebrations for the 800th anniversary of the city of Copenhagen. With his shiny red jacket, official hat, a large shoulder bag for the post and a letter in his hand, Einar is a proud symbol of Danish nostalgia and a beautiful…
Kay Bojesen Sparrows, 7pcs Originally designed by Danish silversmith Kay Bojesen in 1935, the hand painted beechwood Sparrows have been re-released for a new generation of collectors and have lost none of their charm. The set of seven birds sit atop the wooden plank, to which they are attached with magnets. With one bird for every day of the week, the Sparrows make a perfect gift for a young child…