Wooden Teether | Baby Rattle & Teething Ring

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One of the primary benefits of opting for wooden teething rings over plastic or other popular baby teethers is the fact that wooden teethers are non-toxic and free from harmful leads, metals, BPA, chemicals or phthalates. 

Our wooden teething rings are also sustainable and ethically made.

Wooden Teething Toy Features
20 cm long
Rattle & teething ring
Toy hook so it doesn't get lost 

SAFETY & CARE

  • Tested to and passes the European Safety Standard for toys: EN71 parts 1, 2 & 3 for all ages.
  • Suitable from birth.
  • Machine Wash

Why choose MDV

My Darling Valentine has sourced the highest quality rattan decor.  We are taking an ethical responsibility to work with manufacturers who support fair working conditions. My darling valentine has been supplying your  homes with rattan prams and bassinets since 2017.  Our rattan finishing coat is a water based system that is non toxic and eco friendly, keeping the environment and your bubbas safe.

Testimonials

its absolutely beautiful! i love the pram. she got it for her first birthday. not only a pram for play but a keepsake item 

@k_giovenco

we absolutely love your products! such great quality! so pleased. well done  

@feenewton

MY DARLING VALENTINE & Audrey

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Testimonials

he most heirloom rattan/ timer style pram ive ever laid eyes on!! love love  

@kate_nobili

my daughter payton loves her pram shes uses it everyday! i know this will be a heirloom that she can pass onto her children one day! we get some many comments on your items. we have a few! thankyou for designing such beautiful peices  

@emmavanseters

Testimonials

great quality our audrey pram has survived daily rough play with my 3 children. sometimes they put there 18 month old brother in the pram. it handles his weight and not the kindest play! so its a testament to the workman ship and quailty   

@adinkradesigns

we absolutely LOVE our pram.. my kids adore it and its the cause of many flights 

@gg_mccullagh