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Winter Teether & Rattle 100% organic cotton

24,90 €
Type: Le Marché

This teething ring is an original birth gift idea. Montessori, unigender, durable… A symbolic gift, a nod to the baby's birth season with 3 leaves and 3 holly berries to symbolize Winter!

This crochet toy is for all babies, girls and boys...

Its braided knit texture stimulates baby's sensory and kinesthetic abilities. These small elements and its wooden ring are perfect for chewing and its bell attracts attention. Here is a toy in phase with Montessori pedagogy from the cradle.

Made with respect for the environment, it is 100% GOTS* certified organic cotton. And when we say 100% cotton, we mean inside and out. The padding is also cotton. Zero waste, its corn fiber packaging is reusable, recyclable and compostable.

This toy is handmade by our craftswomen, women with nimble fingers. It is a toy made in the old fashioned way in an artisanal and ethical way. Its workmanship, its details and its solidity make it a high quality toy.

It is machine washable. It is repairable and made to last.

It is suitable for babies from birth. It is tested to European (CE EN71 1,2,3 and 9) and American (ASTM F963) standards. It can be put in the mouth safely.

Its shape is designed to make baby aware of Nature and the seasons. A cute toy for a green & committed education from the earliest age.

Suitable for babies (0+)
size: 3*14*14cm
composition: 100% organic cotton + 1 wooden ring
care: machine washable at 30°C
certification: CE EN71 1,2,3 and 9 - ASTM F963

*GOTS: Our toys are made from GOTS certified cotton: Global Organic Textile Standard. This demanding label certifies not only dignified working conditions but also respect for the environment and certifies a product that does not affect the health of those who wear it.

The coldest winter! At the beginning of January 1709, a cold snap hit Europe. France is particularly affected. In Marseille, on January 8, the temperature is -11.2°C and the Old Port is frozen in ice; on January 11, the temperature reached -17.5°C!