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Wooden Collection - Flower, Mirror and Key

Wooden Collection - Flower, Mirror and Key

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Suitable from birth

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Length: Key 16.5cm
Width: Mirror 8.5cm, Flower 11cm

Cleaning Instructions

Wipe clean


Material: Ash and birch wood, treated with natural linseed


12 Months

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About this item:

These beautifully crafted wooden objects are perfect for little hands and can be passed from generation to generation, making them a perfect gift for a special baby in your life.

Made from soft smooth wood and treated with linseed oil, their rounded edges are perfect for babies and older children to explore and handle again and again.

The variety of shapes and textures encourages babies to engage their senses as they explore the reflection in the mirror and the bends and holes in the key and flower. As your child grows, these lovely objects can help unleash their imagination through storytelling and role play.


Supporting development:

  • Help babies to develop hand-eye coordination. Stimulate grasp and motor development as they move towards and try to explore the objects. 
  • They are a great way to support sensory development through their smooth shapes and reflective mirror. 
  • As children grow and start incorporating these toys into role-playing and storytelling, they help with language development as well as creative and critical thinking.


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Alistair Bryce-Clegg

Child Development Expert

Brilliant for exploring a range of senses for babies but also really useful for encouraging imaginative play and story-telling as children grow and develop. The natural wood makes them really interesting to look at and lovely to touch. 

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