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Rubens Barn Original

Original Meiya

Art. nr: 20014

Size

Height: cm
Weight: g

About me

I'm a soft handmade doll dressed up in:

  • A striped purple t-shirt
  • A pair of blue jeans
  • A cute pink handbag
  • Two red ribbons in my hair

I enjoy the company of boys and girls from three years and up. My clothes can be removed and replaced with extra outfits. I can even be washed at 30 °C (low tumble-dry heat)! I’m good doll therapy for all ages and I offer big, warm and comforting hugs. I look forward to meeting you and exploring empathy and emotional growth together!

  • Original Meiya
  • Original Meiya
From 0 years

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Material

Hair: 100% polylester plush
Stuffing: 100% polyester fibre
Granulate: calcium carbonate
Cheek: ink spray paint
Glue: polyvinyl alcohol
Skin: 100% polyester fleece
Clothes: mainly polyester/new materials/cotton
Doll: Wc wash temp Wc ironing Wc tumble Wc bleaching Wc dry cleaning
Clothes: Wc hand wash Wc ironing Wc tumble Wc bleaching Wc dry cleaning

All products are CE marked according to safety regulations: EN-71, Part 1, 2 & 3 and ASTM. Our producer is certified according to ISO 9001.

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