Wooden Doll 21, Vitra
Wooden Doll is an iconic decor piece that is part of a large family of figures made by Alexander Girard who designed them to decorate his own home in Santa Fe.
A collectible piece that adds a touch of sophistication and originality to any interior.
This wooden doll is part of the collection of happy and somber figures, with vibrant colors and original painted patterns, which are portrayed in both humans and animals. Manufactured and painted by hand, replicated with precision down to the last detail, each piece can present small variations that make them unrepeatable and truly unique.
Currently, the pieces are owned by the Vitra Design Museum, and serve as a model for current reprints.
Vitra is a family business brand, with 80 years of history, which believes in lasting relationships with customers, employees, designers, durable products, sustainable growth and the promotion of good design.
- Fir Wood
- 18,2 x 7,6 x 4,8 cm
- Alexander Girard
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