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Kay Bojesen Dog Walnut
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£94.00
2 in stock
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Kay Bojesen Walnut Dog by Rosendahl

Kay Bojesen's intention was never to create exact replicas of wildlife, but rather to produce animals whose designs reflected a child's view of animals. His creations, designed between 1930s-1950s, were to be based on simple, beautiful shapes, tactile materials and should inspire imaginative play.Thus his charming menajerie of solid, tactile designs took shape. Fulfilling Bojesen's dream, his playful collection of animals and figurines, now produced by the respected Danish Rosendahl Group, have become treasured classics throughout the world.

The Dog was born in 1934. Made of oiled walnut, this is an exact replica created from Kay Bojesen’s original drawings. Beautifully packaged, this would make a wonderful gift for a newborn or Christening.

Size: H 10.5cm

Material: Walnut

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