Kay Bojesen

Kay Bojesen ABE Monkey 70th Anniversary Ltd Ed

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    The new Anniversary Monkey is both a celebration and a standpoint. A celebration that this year is 70 years ago, Kay Bojesen cut the first smiling lines for the iconic Abe. And a position because the Jubilee Saber is born out of a principle of responsibility in craftsmanship and design. The new family member is created from residual wood and therefore there can be variation of the types of wood: teak, walnut, oak, ash, maple, limba, mahogany and more. We can not guarantee which types of wood each of the monkeys is produced in due to limited supply of residual wood. In this way, it gives new life to wood through craftsmanship and design.

    The anniversary monkey is a special edition of the iconic monkey made from leftover wood. The special edition has a 70-year anniversary stamp on the paw and comes in a special anniversary box of wood in 2021 in limited numbers.

    - The design celebrates its 70th anniversary.
    - Originally designed in 1951.
    - The monkey comes in 2 different sizes.

    Kay Bojesen

    About the brand

    Kay Bojesen

    Kay Bojesen was a Danish silversmith and designer known for his iconic wooden figurines and toys. His designs are characterized by their simple, clean lines, craftsmanship, and a touch of whimsy.

    Kay Bojesen is best known for his wooden figurines, which have become timeless classics. These include the wooden monkey, the wooden elephant, the wooden bear, and the wooden songbird. These figurines are characterized by their smooth, rounded forms and playful expressions. They are loved for their charm and ability to bring joy to both children and adults.

    The attention to detail and the use of natural materials contribute to the longevity and enduring appeal of his designs.

    They are not only decorative objects but also interactive toys that engage the user.