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Pepe the Whale, Organic Cuddly Toy, Fair Trade

28,00 

(Including VAT., plus delivery costs)

Pepe the Whale arrived over the widths of the Atlantic to our degrees of latitude. He was knitted from the very finest bio Tangüis cotton (KBA) by women in the Peruvian Andes. His task is to make babies and infants smile, to give comfort and to ensure numerous cuddly moments. Pepe the whale is a marvellous cuddly cushion, can be taken by its arms also by the smallest ones and is already free from chemistry of any form. And it’s thus allowed to nibble his arms!

Note! Each cuddly toy is a hand-made unique object, which can easily differ from the product photo. Wood decoration is not contained in the scope of delivery.

Delivery period: immediately available
Production place: Peru

A14-506. In Stock .

Product Description

Organic Cuddly Fair Trade Toy, Pepe the Whale


Material
Filling
Colour
Weight
Size
Country of origin

100% Organic Tangüis Cotton (GOTS certified)
Polyester
blue/white
72 g
29 cm
Peru

handmade

For unforgettably cuddly moments, the responsible is the organic cuddly toy Pepe the Whale!

CHARACTERISTICS OF “THE WHITE GOLD OF PERU” (TANGÜIS COTTON)

  • Feel: very soft due to the long cotton fibres
  • Thermal: extremely absorbing
  • Longevity: particularly resistant and long-lasting
  • Anti-allergic: naturally coloured grown cotton is particularly gentle for baby skin prone to irritations

CARE INSTRUCTION 

Hand washing or wool washing course at 20 degrees.

Detailed care instructions you find here: Care instructions

Instead of Ponchos and Chullos, high-quality cuddly toys from fair trade

In Peru there are Ponchos and Chullos, people live at over 4000 m height and speak Quechua? All half truths, which make people forget that Peru is a country with precious resources, the finest natural fibres and highly competitive Know-Hows. And yes, in Peru there are Ponchos and Chullos, there are also many people, who live in the mountains high above and actually many people still speak Quechua, the language of the Inca culture.

Our knitters live, speak and dress as described above. But what they produce are the finest knitting garments from natural fibres, as they’ve become appreciated world-wide by designer fashion labels. For their products, the women receive a good price; this is ensured by the Non profit organization Manuela Ramos, which has been successfully fighting for many years for the autonomy efforts of women in Peru.

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