Datti and Boje are cheerful skiing wooden dolls that Kay Bojesen designed in the 1940’s. The red-cheeked characters were named after his family members – his son Otto was called Boje, and Datti was the nickname of his daughter-in-law Ruth. The dolls are made of beech and feature skis, skiing poles and outfits painted with vibrant colours.
- Painted beech
- Height 15,5 cm, width 6 cm, depth 17 cm