Pair of teak wood sculptures/carvings by Hans Bolling. They are marked Hans Bolling, Orskov & Co. Denmark on the bottoms. These are iconic 1960s-70s Danish Modern figures for your Mid-Century bookshelf and are authentic items from Denmark, not copies. One is known as the Optimist, and the other the Pessimist. You'll be able to figure it out by their posture and facial expressions. They make a nice set. They measure about 5" high and are both in excellent condition.
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