A large-scale reworking of the iconic Girard Wooden Doll No. 9, this piece is certain to bring a sense of character and charm to any space. Produced from solid lime wood and painted by hand, the Super Large Wooden Doll No. 9 sits at around four times the size of the original piece, making it a certified centrepiece that will inspire and delight design enthusiasts of all ages. This highly collectable edition is available in a limited run of just 1000 pieces, with each one individually numbered.
Designer Alexander Girard was born to an American mother and an Italian father in 1907 in New York City. Along with his close friends and contemporaries George Nelson and Charles & Ray Eames, Girard was one of the leading figures of postwar American modern design.
Textile design was the main focus of his wide-ranging design career which also encompassed architecture, interior design, furniture design and industrial design. Perhaps his most iconic designs are his collection of hand-painted Wooden Dolls with are now produced under licence by Vitra.