Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant
  • Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant
  • Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant
  • Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant
  • Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant
  • Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant
  • Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant
  • Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant

Kay Bojesen Reworked Anniversary Elephant

€132.19
If not in stock, approx. 3 weeks
Size: *
Shipping Costs
€33.75
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In 2023, Kay Bojesen's iconic and beloved Elefant will celebrate its 70th anniversary. We celebrate this with a Reworked Elephant – a special edition created from a wonderful mix of different types of wood, for example teak, walnut, oak, ash and maple – all surplus and residual wood that would otherwise have gone to waste. With a focus on upcycling and minimizing resource waste, the Reworked Elephant gets a new, modern and sustainable dimension, so that it not only points back in time, but also forward. In the manufacturing process, out of respect for the environment, the remaining wood that is available is used, and therefore each Reworked Elephant will look different, depending on which types of wood are left over on the day they are produced.

In other words, we cannot guarantee which types of wood each of the Reworked Elephants is produced from. However, we can guarantee, that each individual Elephant is, if possible, even more unique than the original classic.  has a 70th anniversary stamp under the foot and comes in a special wooden anniversary box.

Large size, only 600 will be produced

Specifications
Mix Wood
Size Description
Height 9.50 cm Width 12 cm Depth 7.50 cm Height 13 cm Width 16.50 cm Depth 10 cm Height 21 cm Width 28 cm Depth 17 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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