Alphabet blocks des. Kay Bojesen, 1950s
By: Kay Bojesen
Give a toy to learn from!
We love these alphabet blocks - classic design, beautiifully made, not a piece of plastic in sight.
Kay Bojesen was big kid by all accounts, and he loved generating ideas in children’s imaginations. In the 1950s, he originally created his alphabet blocks for Danish schools. Now they're back in production for the benefit of younger children who need to learn the alphabet, for slightly older children who need to learn to spell and for adults who want to play the s-p-e-l-l-i-n-g g-a-m-e. This is a gift that will be passed down the generations.
- Colour: Beech
- Width: 10.5 cm, Height: 27 cm, Depth: 10 cm