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Avakai, Smart Wooden doll - Petit & Small
‘We don’t want to make toys, we want to make imagination tools, objects that kids can use to design their own experiences, build their own worlds.’ Interesting, isn’t it? So keep reading. Avakai is a great combination of traditional and new toy, design, technology and craftsmanship. Matas Petrikas and Justyna Zubrycka, the founders of Vai Kai, […]
Lauritz.com - Kay Bojesen 1886-1958. Painted wood seaman, Niels Juel with rifle This lot has been put up for resale under the new lot no. 2076846
Lauritz.com - Kay Bojesen. Painted wood seaman, Niels Juel with rifle. Similar figure displayed in Rudersdal Museum's large Kay Bojesen exhibition, March-August 2009. H. 20 cm. Signs of wear, incl. a few areas of flaking.
Lauritz.com - Kay Bojesen, bemalet, kokkepige m/ ske
Lauritz.com - Kay Bojesen( 1886-1958). Kokkepige m/ ske, figur af bemalet træ, i hånden kokkeske. Ej stemplet. H. 17,5 cm. Enkelte afskalninger.
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Very nice Small wood figurine Toothpick holder 50s or 60s vintage Not marked Height: 8,5 cm (3,35 inches) Excellent vintage condition. I ship worldwide for only 7,00 € postage
Vintage Jacob Jensen Teak and Ebony Wood Viking Figures Denmark Souvenir
Adorable trio of wooden vikings designed by Jacob Jensen ca. 1958. These were manufactured for the Internation Gift Corporation and were a popular souvenir for tourists to Denmark in the 60s. All three vikings are made of interchangeable wood pieces in teak, birch, maple and ebony. The vikings measure from 4" to 6" high and are in excellent condition with the following exceptions: (1) one helmet is missing a horn, and (2) one spear looks like it was chewed on the ends. These would make a…
For the Love of Kay
As much as I love this rare 1957 Kay Bojesen Rabbit that I found at The Sunday Times Market, I very much doubt that I'll ever be able to afford it. I suppose I shall just have to take solace in this amazing collection of Kay candy. via