The rattle - the first classic toy for children. Kay Bojesen drew his version in 1932. The dimensions of the rattle makes it easy for small hands to hold while the ball in the middle of the rattle can go back and forth and spinning around to the baby's delight. The rattle is made of unpainted wood because Kay Bojesen believed that this leaves more room for the imagination. A perfect gift for a christening or as a parental leave present. The rattle is also a fine design object on the shelf and will surely follow from childhood to adulthood.