Kay Bojesen: Wooden Monkey Large with moveable head and limbs
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This is the hard-to-find large Kay Bojesen Monkey.
This happy monkey measures about 24" (60cm).
This adorable Monkey is cute as a button and is the perfect present
for young and old! Believe it or not but the world famous Kay Bojesen Monkey was designed in 1951.
That's half a century ago for all you fellow monkey lovers!
This Monkey is made in Denmark from teak and limbawood, and is a piece of modern Danish
design made with superior craftmanship.
The monkey with the prankster�s look and the light coloured belly, has transformed kids� rooms into jungles and sparked dreams of far-away places since 1951. On Danish television it has a permanent place as a mascot in wildlife programs, and as a prize in quiz shows.
Material: Teak and limba wood.
Dimensions: 24" tall (60cm)
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Kay Bojesen was one of the pioneers of Danish design. His classic wooden toys including his famous wooden monkey have transformed kids' rooms into jungles for the last half a century. In 1922, Kay Bojesen began designing wooden toys, typically about six to ten inches tall, with moveable limbs. These included a teak and limba monkey (1951), an oak elephant, a bear made of oak and maple, a rocking horse of beech, a dachshund dog in walnut, a hippo and rabbit in oak and Danish military figures including a drummer, a private with gun and a standard-bearer. Kay Bojesen's premise in his wooden toy design was a conviction that his objects should have life, blood and a heart.
This is especially obvious in his beloved wooden toy soldiers and wooden animals, which have adorned children's bedrooms with smiles, taking children's dreams to imaginative far-flung lands.
These classic wooden toys stay with you from childhood into adulthood, and we call them classics because we would not want to be without them. And because they were made with love, imagination and intelligence.
These are classic wooden heirloom toys.