Sebra

Melamintallerken m/4 rum, Nightfall, hazy blue

124 SEK
Melamintallerken m/4 rum, Nightfall, hazy blue
Sebra
Melamintallerken m/4 rum, Nightfall, hazy blue
124 SEK
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Ideal and practical four-section melamine plate for children who want their food served separately peas in one section and potatoes in another, shown here with a print from Sebras Nightfall theme a story about everything that takes place when the day draws to a close. Match the product with other tableware from the Nightfall melamine collection for a complete look at the dining table. On the plate, children will find beautiful illustrations of Moon the wolf, Nova the owl as well as forest plants. The illustrations can make the meal more enjoyable and the motifs can be used actively, if you are struggling to get a bit of food in the child. Who, or what, might be hiding under the broccoli or the spiral pasta? Recommended age: 4 months+ Instructions: suitable for serving only. Cleaning instructions: The product can go in the dishwasher at max. 65 degrees, in the upper basket. Clean the product before first use. Melamine products for food are not suitable for microwave oven use or for storing foods at temperatures above 70° C. For your childs safety and health. WARNING! Only use the product under adult supervision. Check the product before each use. Discard at the first sign of damage or wear. The product may break if dropped. Always check the food temperature before serving. About the Nightfall theme Darkness falls and calm descends in the small homes. Outside, the moon lights up the night sky and thousands of twinkling stars appear, creating a magical ceiling. The Nightfall theme is about everything that takes place when the day draws to a close. Together with cute nocturnal animals, Sebra takes the child all the way into the forest in the middle of the night. The animals of the night move around in the dark landscape, creating fascinating shadows. The shadows sometimes look like entirely new creatures, and the imagination can really be put to the test when moonlight is reflected in shining eyes or when it casts shadows on ancient tree trunks.
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