Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Rosendahl - Oak Rabbit 1957
Kay Bojesen / Kay Bojesen

Kay Bojesen RABBIT Figure

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Kay Bojesen created his famous Rabbit in 1957 - and the energetic design marks in many ways something special in his iconic design circus. The rabbit managed to become the last figure since Bojesen died the following year, thus putting an end to one of the most original universes in Danish design history.

The Red Rabbit with yellow belly and paws is known among collectors as the original painted Rabbit, which with glossy tint gets even more vitality in the design.

Material : Oak / Painted beech

Width6.5 cm / Height16 cm / Depth7 cm

 

Kay Bojesen
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Kay Bojesen

Kay Bojesen is one of the big Danish designers. He was able to turn wood into original stories like no other. He had a knack for bringing the wood to life. Or as he put it: “Making the line smile”. And the lines certainly smile in each of the Wooden Animals – which have all become iconic.

Kay Bojesen
About the brand

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. Here are some key aspects and notable designs associated with Kay Bojesen:

  1. Wooden Figurines: 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.
  2. Craftsmanship: Kay Bojesen was dedicated to craftsmanship and quality. His wooden figurines were meticulously handcrafted, often from high-quality woods such as oak or teak. The attention to detail and the use of natural materials contribute to the longevity and enduring appeal of his designs.
  3. Function and Playfulness: While Kay Bojesen's designs have a playful and whimsical aesthetic, they are also functional. Many of his figurines can be posed and moved, encouraging imaginative play. They are not only decorative objects but also interactive toys that engage the user.
  4. Expansion of Design Range: In addition to the iconic wooden figurines, Kay Bojesen designed other wooden objects and homeware items. This includes kitchen utensils, cutlery, tableware, and even jewellery. These designs showcase his ability to combine form and function in various contexts.
  5. Legacy: Kay Bojesen's designs have gained international recognition and have become highly collectible. Today, his creations are still produced by the Danish design company Rosendahl, which continues to honor his legacy by maintaining the original design and craftsmanship.

Kay Bojesen's designs have a timeless and playful quality that appeals to people of all ages. His wooden figurines have become cherished collectibles and are often passed down through generations.

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