The Rocking Horse is a piece of history born in 1946 from Fritz Hansen's desire to push the boundaries of craftsmanship. Its reissue is based on the image of a prototype dating back to the first attempts at die-cast veneer. It is made from a single piece of veneer, the same material that will soon be used for Arne Jacobsen's famous chairs.
The Rocking Horse is made of ash veneer with a flag halyard "tail" and harness leather ears.
Materials Ash, Leather harness and flag halyard
Dimensions 58,5 x 21 x H60,5 cm