The Songbird – like her five colourful siblings – was never put into production when first designed by Kay Bojesen in the 1950s. A gift idea for a flying start to life. Perfect for christenings, birthdays, school leavers, anniversaries and weddings.
Ruth is named after Kay Bojesen's Swedish daughter-in-law. With her femininity and pink body, she took the family by storm.
Pop is named after a Danish soda water called Soda Pop, which was the only thing Kay Bojesen ever drank.
Kay is named after Mr. Bojesen himself who was a great fan of the colour blue. He was always either dressed in an immaculate blue suit, shirt and tie or a white smock.
Peter is named after the oldest of Kay Bojesen's four grandchildren, and the family describes him as an elegant, modern gentleman.
Sunshine represents one of the five colour combinations in Kay Bojesen's range of songbirds. Sunshine – like his five colourful siblings.
Ernst is named after Kay Bojesen´s father, an extremely versatile man. He was a business man, editor, cultural personality and a creative soul, who together with his wife Valborg inspired his son Kay to create a flock of beloved wooden figures.
Alfred, the Kay Bojesen bird, is the latest addition to the family of wooden toys – from monkeys and hippos to songbirds. Alfred is made of natural and smoked oak and is ideal for any contemporary interior where natural materials dominate. A perfect gift idea that will last a lifetime – from christenings and flying the nest to setting up home with a penchant for Danish design.
Height: 16 cm
Material: Painted Beech or Oak (Smoked or Natural)