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Vintage solid beech rocking horse by Kay Bojesen


Original solid beech rocking horse by Kay Bojesen. He is famous for his wooden animals and this rocking horse.


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    H 21" in. x W 33 1/2" in. x D 9 1/4" in.

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    New York, NY
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