The black and white biscuit figurines of monkeys from Royal Copenhagen has become popular in our home, the small figurines as well as the large figurines of gorillas.
Stoneware figurines of monkeys and old porcelain figurines of monkeys are also seen in many places around the world and they have several collectors.
The beautiful Kay Bojesen monkey figurine in wood is a classic and it can follow a person from childhood (the monkey is therefore the perfect christening gift) and the rest of life. Many children love the Kaj Bojesen monkey because it can move its arms and legs, and it always has a happy expression. Later on the monkey puts a smile on your face when you see him hanging on a book in the bookcase in the office or hanging upside down from a painting in the living room.
The symbolic meaning of the monkey
The symbol of a monkey is power loyalty and devotion. Because of the cheekiness of this animal, the monkey has through history had the role as the clown. The monkey it furthermore seen as holy, curious, playful and a figure from the ancestors.