KAY BOJESEN MONKEY SMALL TEAK - LIMBA WOOD.
The monkey with the prankster's look and the light oak colored belly, has transformed kids' rooms into jungles and sparked dreams of far-away places since 1951. On Danish television it has a permanent place as a mascot in wildlife programs, and as a prize in quiz shows.
Small Teak / Limba Monkey
Limba is an African timber, also popular in high quality guitar production in the 50's
Size: Height 20 cm.
About the designer:
Kay Bojesen (1886-1958) was an apprentice of Georg Jensen, training as a silversmith from 1906. After a few years in Germany and France, he began working as a silversmith in Copenhagen. Happily, Kay Bojesen was far too curious to restrict himself to the work of refining metals, and in the 1920s he began experimenting with other materials. In the course of his exploration, he discovered wood as a material with very special possibilities for industrial treatment and styling.