- Product Details
Any child will be delighted with our Wooden Junior Rocking Horse, which can be adapted as they grow.
One of the safest and best quality first rocking horses on the market, this superbly crafted wooden toy has a wooden frame which will keep the toddler safely in their seat, in the early days.
Once they have grown stronger, the frame can be lowered to form stirrups.
Conforming to all the highest European safety regulations, every nursery or young child's bedroom should have one of these junior rocking horses, to keep toddlers entertained.
Beautifully carved by hand by a master craftsman, each high quality birch wood rocking horse comes fully assembled and ready to play with.
- Suggested Age: 18 months +
- Hand crafted from best quality birch wood by master craftsman
- Conforms to European Safety Standards (EN71), ensuring reliability and outstanding quality
- Dimensions: 115 cm long x 34cm wide x 39cm to saddle
- Delivered fully assembled
- As this product is hand finished to order we do not accept returns
- Delivery & Returns
We are aware of how important it is for you to receive your gifts in time. Therefore, once you place your order we will process straight away and dispatch as soon as they are ready to go. We usually dispatch all items within 24-48 hours however, this may be a little longer during special occasions such as Christmas. If multiple items ordered, we may dispatch items separately or all together, depending on the process.
Hassle Free Returns Policy:
We're sure that you will be satisfied with your purchase and we also understand that sometimes you may want to return. We keep this process simple! Just contact us if you wish to return goods. Please note: personalised, made-to-order and perishable items are non-refundable.
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Thursday, 27 November 2014 (by Vivienne Mugford)