Kay Bojesen (1886 – 1958) is a Danish silversmith and designer, well-known for his wooden figures, and particularly the famous monkey designed in 1951. In 1906, he began working for the Danish Silversmiths Georg Jensen, whose style clearly influenced his first creations. In 1922, he started designing small wooden toys shaped as animals and characters with movable limbs. He also designed children’s furniture, jewelry, as well as tableware.
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