Kay Bojesen Monkey Mini Retro Blue
  • Kay Bojesen Monkey Mini Retro Blue
  • Kay Bojesen Monkey Mini Retro Blue
  • Kay Bojesen Monkey Mini Retro Blue
  • Kay Bojesen Monkey Mini Retro Blue

Kay Bojesen Monkey Mini Retro Blue

€47.07
Available February 2024
Shipping Costs
€33.75
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A colourful original in a design that is both nostalgic and innovative. Kay Bojesen’s iconic Monkey is a well-known and much-loved figurine that brings a smile to people of all ages. And the mini Monkey in beech wood painted in original colours from the archives is only going to make that smile bigger. The bright mini version is inspired by colours from an original wallpaper designed by Kay Bojesen in the late 1940s for the children’s room.

And you get a clear sense of originality and retro vibes in these dusty shades, which beautifully accentuate the cool tone of the beech wood. The Monkey in vintage blue measures 9.5 cm in height and is made of FSC® certified beech wood, which adorns the hands and feet, face and tummy and gives the new mini Monkey a cheerful and youthful air. The painted mini Monkeys sparkle with joy and ingenuity. With beauty and confiden

ce, they bring Kay Bojesen’s original stories made of wood into a new context. Yet the Monkeys remain iconic thanks to the classic colours from Kay Bojesen’s original designs. As such, the mini Monkey makes the ideal fun accessory in a modern decor, where its quirky and colourful exterior will bring both style and a smile wherever you put it. A must-have for the design lover who has everything. Or for all those of us who can't get enough of Kay Bojesen’s Monkeys and their cosy company.

Specifications

Painted beech

Size Description

Height 9.50 cm Width 10 cm Depth 4 cm

  • Kay Bojesen

    Kay Bojesen (1886-1958) is one of the most important pioneers of Danish design. Trained as a silversmith at the Georg Jensen workshop, he designed several products in silver, such as cutlery and serving dishes, including his famous Grand Prix cutlery. Kay Bojesen worked with other materials as well and explored in particular the possibilities offered by wood.
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