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Nesting dolls are handmade crafts, easy to open and very suitable for children, they can open and close it by themselves.
gt;Set of 10 russian nesting dolls, the height biggest is 15.5cm
gt;Wise lion animal theme handmade wooden stacking toy
gt;Handpainted with eco-friendly and non-toxic paints.
gt;Cartoon vivid lion nesting dolls contain 10 pieces from the biggest to smallest.
No paint smell: The paint of the nesting dolls is a high-grade environmental protection material. Naturally safe wood: Nesting dolls are made of wood. Carefully selected and polished. Safe enough for children. Product Safety This product is subject to specific safety warnings Warning: Not suitable for children under 5 years. For use under adult supervision
Details Contains 10 dolls, stack into one another to appear as one. All of them are painted with great details, making them visually stunning in different angles. Specification: Product name: Matryoshka/Nesting Dolls Size: the largest one is 15.5cm/ 6.1" Material: wood
Package Include: 10 pcs nesting dolls.
Note: This Nesting dolls was handmade, Color may have little different from pictures. Put them in dry condition.
Note: âAll of our products are taken in kind. Due to the difference in shooting light and display, it is normal for a little color difference. âDue to the different measurement tools and measurement methods, the size of the data there are 1 to 3 cm error is normal, please understand thank you. âPlease check the color and size before buying. âI wish you a happy life.
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