Cartoon Owl Baby Boy/ Girl Teething Ring

£7.93

Units Sold: 0

6 in stock

Description

This Cartoon Owl Teething Ring for your teething little ones and their new gnashers!

A handmade accessory made from crafted materials, this is a high quality and durable item, tried and tested as always, by our own little rascals!

The sensory toy is made from cotton fabric and filled with crinkle paper. The teething wood ring is untreated and ideal for teething babies alike!

This teething ring and sensory toy is ideal for a baby shower gift, new mum who needs a “attention grabbing toy” for their little teether, or any dad losing his mind with screaming kids(!) 🙂

The bunny ears can be machine washed in cold or warm waters, do not add bleach or softener to any wash cycle with the teether in. The wood is original, untreated and neither painted or varnished.

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Within United Kingdom (UK) £4.99
Outside United Kingdom (UK) £4.99

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Shipping Policy

* Domestic UK Shipping is £2.99 using the Royal Mail postal services and Parcelforce UK services across the UK mainland and Islands. * International shipping charges are £8.99 GBP per order * Processing for dispatch of goods will be 1-2 working days per order. * Confirmed delivery and arrival of goods may vary depending on the delivery destination and will likely vary per territory at peak postal times throughout the year.

Return Policy

We are happy to exchange or refund any item returned in a saleable condition, in the original packaging with a copy receipt within 28 days* or for items purchased in a sale, within 15 days. A refund will be issued by the original payment method, to the value of the item printed on the receipt. For debit/credit card refunds, the card and the cardholder must be present. Otherwise the purchase will be refunded via a Paypal refund service.. * Gifts bought for Christmas can be returned up to 10 days after Christmas Day (Approximately 4th January)