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Camden Rose Cherry Rattle

Camden Rose Cherry Rattle is a hand-sculpted toy made of harvested domestic wood. Each rattle has a unique shape from the wood itself. Its surface is coated with beeswax. Detailed craftsmanship and tactile development set this rattle apart. .

Why You’ll Love It: Strong but gentle for lasting play. .

Age: Newborn and up

  • Organic and handmade
  • Produces a soothing sound
  • Made of natural wood
  • Develops tactile skills
  • Easy to grasp

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Camden Rose Cherry Rattle

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Camden RoseCherry Rattle

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Good choice!

By Sherrie

from Watertown, NY

About Me Parent of Two or More Children


  • Durable
  • Easy To Clean


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      Comments about Cherry Rattle:

      We purchased this toy last month. Out of all the toys we bought this one has been his favorite for over a month now. It's light weight and has a nice sound, but make sure to get some bees wax to keep it from drying out (we bought ours at the local health store, for saftey.) At first my husband was worried about him smacking himself in the head with it, which he did, but only a few times and he didn't hurt himself. He's over 7 months old now and has the hang of it, but I would wait atleast until around this age to purchase it.

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