Good Luck Troll (green, 9 cm)

Designer: Thomas Dam

Thomas Dam created the Good Luck Troll in the 1950s as good luck charm.

Instead of seeing trolls as creatures to fear, Thomas Dam wanted to show that they could easily be the opposite.

And when you see this cute little troll, you’ll know what he meant.

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The green Good Luck Troll is a charming figurine

The green Good Luck Troll injects a little magic and hope in your day. Created by Thomas Dam in the 1950s, the Good Luck Troll has become a modern classic all over the world.

With his distinctive smile and pale green colour, the green Good Luck Troll is a symbol of happiness and well-being. And over the years, the troll has retained his talent for spreading joy and happiness wherever he goes.

The green Good Luck Troll makes an ideal gift that combines nostalgic charm with the desire to bring happiness to those we love. His smiley face is loved by children and adults alike.

Good Luck Trolls: From toy to design object

Thomas Dam created the first Good Luck Troll in 1957 from his home in the small town of Gjøl by the Limfjord. The first figurine was supposed to be a self-portrait, which he carved as a gift for his daughter. However, Thomas thought the figurine looked more like a troll - and that's how the Good Luck Troll came to be.

The charming Good Luck Troll have been much loved in homes around the world ever since. And from being toys, they have now become design objects sought-after by collectors.

The Good Luck Troll have gradually grown into a large family, with each member having its own unique character. However, all the trolls share one and the same mission: With their open arms and wide smiles, they want to spread their joy and hugs to all around them.

Weight: 233 g

Height: 9 cm

Materials: Polyresin

Other materials: Sheepskin

Good Luck Troll (green, 9 cm)
Good Luck Troll (green, 9 cm)

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