Kay Bojesen

Kay Bojesen DATTI Skier Figurine

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    In the late 1940s, Kay Bojesen designed the two happy skiers. The happy skier girl, with red cheeks and big smile, is named Datti, who was the nickname for Kay Bojesen's sister-in-law Ruth (married to Otto). The male skier, Boje, is named after the nickname of Bojesen's son, Otto.

    The original wooden figures are quite rare as they are only produced in small series. With their cheerful expression, the two skiers always bring a smile to their lips, and with this relaunch are ready to occupy the Danish living rooms and homes again. The two skiers are produced in painted beech wood, in the same way as Garderen.

    The skiers measure 15.5 cm in height.

    Datti the Girl Skier Origin: Denmark

    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.