KAY BOJESEN

KAY BOJESEN

Kay Bojesen was an apprentice silversmith under Georg Jensen and continued to practice as a silversmith until the 1930's when he realised that there was something particularly lively about wood, and his wooden figures have made him one of the great pioneers of Danish art manufacture. Bojesen’s believed that people should want to pick his objects up, and that they should radiate humanity, warmth and vibrancy. One of his most famous designs, The Wooden Monkey was so popular in the 1950's that it was exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. His Wooden Animals and Songbirds are still produced by Danish company Rosendahl.


Subscribe to our email news
We Accept The Following Payment Methods:
  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • Delta
  • Maestro
  • PayPal