Green Toys Tea Set
If your child loves to have tea parties - for dolls, friends or family - then the Green Toys Tea Set will be a winner. Not only is it a good tea set in its own right - nice shapes, attractive colors, and easy for kids to use - but the pieces are made from recycled milk jugs, the whole thing is FDA-approved for your kids to eat and drink out of (no lead! no pthalates!), it's made in the US, AND it comes in easy-to-open, easy-to-recycle cardboard packaging.
Green Toys Tea Set details
- Includes tea pot, creamer, sugar bowl, four cups, four saucers and four spoons
- Made from curbside collected milk containers
- Safe and no phthalates or BPA
- Recycled plastic saves energy and reduces greenhouse gasses
- For 3 years and above
Teach your daughters to care for Mother Earth with this "green" make-believe tea set with four place settings. Includes 17 pieces: one pink teapot with purple lid, one purple sugar bowl and lid, one blue creamer, four blue teacups, four green saucers, and four yellow teaspoons. Made in the USA from recycled milk jugs.
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