Room Copenhagen Lego Wooden minifigure, oak
Room Copenhagen Lego Wooden minifigure, oak
Room Copenhagen Lego Wooden minifigure, oak
Room Copenhagen Lego Wooden minifigure, oak
Room Copenhagen Lego Wooden minifigure, oak
Room Copenhagen Lego Wooden minifigure, oak

Lego Wooden minifigure, oak

Room Copenhagen

960 DKK

Room Copenhagen
Lego Wooden minifigure
960 DKK



Description

Room Copenhagen's Lego Wooden figurine is inspired by classic yellow Lego minifigures. Made of oak wood, the figurine pays homage to the history of the classic toys: did you know that Lego founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen was a carpenter and that the first Lego toys were actually wooden ducks, cars and yoyos? The Lego Wooden minifigure can be used as decoration or a toy as such, but it can also be customised in any way you like – let your imagination soar!

The figurine is handcrafted from oak, and it is equipped with adjustable plastic hands. The figurine comes with a selection of Lego bricks and instructions on using them to build little items for the figurine to hold. In addition, the set includes a 28-page leaflet that informs you of the history of Legos and offers inspiration for customising the wooden figurine.  The Lego Wooden minifigure is only available as a special, limited edition.

Material
Body: oak, hands: plastic, Lego elements: plastic
Colour
Oak, yellow
Width
10.7 cm
Depth
6.4 cm
Height
20 cm
Weight
0.8 kg
Notes
Includes 29 elements. Not suited for children younger than 3 years. Age advice from 12 years.

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Based on 1 reviews

  • J

    Los Altos, United States

    5

    Delivery took longer than promised but the minifigure is great

    201 days ago

Very good

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