Ostheimer Elephant Cow | Wild Animal Collection | © Conscious Craft
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Elephant Cow
Ostheimer

Elephant Cow

£17.99
sku: 210.20421

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About Ostheimer Elephant Cow

Part of the Wild Animal collection.
Waldorf-inspired, Ostheimer wooden toys are hand-crafted specially for children to hold and play imaginatively with minimal edges, shapes and colours. They will be handed down and loved for generations.
All wood used at Ostheimer is from sustainably managed forests. The slight changes in colour and grain of the wood add to the appeal and individuality of the wooden animals.

Height: 14 cm

Age: 3+ 

Hand Crafted in Germany  

Note: Additional images show Elephant family. 

*PLEASE NOTE: Currently only one sold per customer. 

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The Conscious Craft Philosophy

Children instinctively create and live in an imaginative world. We bring that to life here at Conscious Craft by offering you the best natural toys and craft materials we can find. We believe that giving children the right materials, they will make and play with beautiful things that last a lifetime.

Fantastic shop, definitely worth supporting. Wide selection of the best wooden toys, exemplary customer service. I have ordered from them multiple times and, even amidst the pandemic, my orders arrived in less than a week (I live in Greece). They are also very responsive on social media and regularly update with new items their gorgeous collection.

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