NEW KAY BOJESEN / SS20

KAY BOJESEN MEDIUM PANDA

  • Kay Bojesen’s original bear Ursula was inspired by a bear cub named Ursula in Copenhagen Zoo in 1952. The same year, Kay Bojesen became‘Purveyor to the Royal Danish Court’ for his long-standing and regular business with the royal court.

  • Once again, Kay Bojesen Denmark has been inspired by the zoo. The panda is a painted version of the original bear, inspired by the charming pandas which have arrived at the zoo in Copenhagen.

    LARGE RAVEN

  • The Large Raven was originally designed in 1950 when Kay Bojesen created the songbirds. However, these were not put into production until 2012, when they were recreated from oldphotos from Kay Bojesen’s own family album. The Large Raven isa painted and scaled version of the songbirds.
    • The discreet and stylish raven also comes in a large version.

    • The Large Raven goes beautifully with modern Scandinavian home interiors, and is even more distinctive than the smaller version.

      MINI ELEPHANT

      • The Mini Elephant was originally designed in 1953. Now a small version is being added to the family.

      • The elephant figure is big and solid with a moveable trunk and legs.

      • The charming elephant is the perfect gift for adults and children alike. It makes an ideal christening present, which will be treasured for the rest of the child’s life.

        MIDSUMMER GARLAND AND STUDENT’S CAP

        • The Mini Monkey now has a student’s cap, so it can join in thecelebrations for new students 

        •  A Midsummer Garland is now available for Small Monkey, inspired by the Swedish tradition of the midsummer pole and hence the midsummer garland.

        • Kay Bojesen wooden figures are hand-crafted to the highest quality, andare therefore an ideal ‘gift for life’.