OHC Maker Seb&Roo silicone feeding necklaces are a safe and stylish accessory for mum and perfect for little ones to fiddle with.
Martha is made with geometric and round beads in a pretty asymmetrical design. The peach, mint, white, copper and black beads are strung on cream cord and with a gold clasp. It is approximately 28 inches in length (72cm).
Beads are made from food grade, BPA, Phthalate and lead free silicone and contain no nasties. The breakaway clasp means that should baby tug a little too hard the necklace will open rather than hurt mum’s neck. They are hygienic, hypoallergenic and resistant to bacteria and can be easily washed in warm soapy water.
- BPA, Phthalate and lead free silicone
- Unfinished beech wood, which has natural soothing properties
- Breakaway safety clasp that will open if tugged hard.
- Strong Nylon cord
- 28" in length
- Easily Wipe Clean
SAFETY INFORMATION BY SEB & ROO:
Our jewellery should only be worn by adults. Children should never wear necklaces and should only play with them when worn by an adult. Our products are not toys and should not be treated as such.
WARNING - do not leave children unattended with our jewellery as they contain small parts and have a risk of choking or strangulation.
The beads in our necklaces are made from high quality food grade silicone and in some designs, unfinished wood. Our certified food grade silicone is free from all nasties including BPA, PVC, phthalate, latex, cadmium, lead and heavy metals.
Our jewellery has been safety tested in a lab to ensure compliance with General Product Safety guidelines, which includes testing against the relevant sections of EN71 parts 1, 2 and 3 and we also regularly strength test necklaces in house.
Please inspect before each use and dispose of immediately if damaged. The nylon satin cord that we use is very strong and should not break with proper use. However, this is not a guarantee - please watch for signs of wear and damage.
For most of our designs we use a plastic breakaway clasp that will come apart when pulled (quite hard). The cord and clasp should not be sucked or chewed.
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