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Vitra Wooden Dolls


The Wooden Dolls are exact replicas of Alexander Girard’s collection of wooden figures, which are still made and painted by hand. Girard designed them in 1952 as decorative objects for his own home.

The Girard Wooden Dolls are a large family of figures representing people and animals. They are expertly handmade from solid spruce wood and then painted with an eye for detail and a steady hand. And even though the differences are very minor, each wooden figure is a unique, individual object.

Alexander Girard designed them in 1952 for his own use as decorative objects in his home in Santa Fe. The originals, which are part of Girard's estate managed by the Vitra Design Museum, have served as examples for the current reissues.

Each Wooden Doll is packed in a wooden gift box, printed with logo and accompanied by a booklet.