Raduga Grëz Stacking Tower - Sand

Raduga Grëz Stacking Tower - Sand

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Stacker in sand colors a timeless toy from Raduga Grëz.

Psychologists and educators say that the pyramid is one of the most useful and educational toys.

This natural pyramid is a breakthrough in the study of size. Children often remember how to assemble a pyramid simply by color, not by disk size. This pyramid will help to learn exactly the dimensions, and the color details will give a hint. Makes play much more interesting!

The stacking tower is packed in a pretty cardboard box. The perfect baby shower or first birthday gift. 

Product details:
Age: 1 years+.
Size: Packed size 17x12x12 cm.
Material: Made from solid wood (from a responsible supplier) and non toxic water based paint. The toys are velvety to the touch.
Care: Toys should not be submerged in water, use damp cloth to wipe them.
The shades may differ from the shades on the screen. Tree-specific spots or streaks of wood are possible. Details and size may vary slightly as this is handmade, that makes every piece unique.
Handmade in Russia manually by third-generation carpenters.

Wrinkles around the eyes are smudged marks.
Women stretch are traces of matured love. Marks and knots on toys like moles on human bodies are signs of life and it makes toys so special and unique.

Raduga Grez is a russian family run brand for playful, slow living and nature inspired families. They create their toys with ambition to make toys as art. They take great pride in making toys by hand from solid wood and using non-toxic water based paint. They preserve the wood pattern and texture in every toy. They hope your little ones will enjoy playing with these toys as much as they love making them.

Raduga Grëz are making toys in small batches. They use solid wood and non toxic water based paint. They believe that less is more and that naturally handmade toys have soul. Every step is done manually. They try to do their best to avoid plastics in packaging. Their toys are packed in carton boxes or sewed cotton bags.