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Erzi Mini Pizzas in a Tin

by Erzi
$17.90

 

Hands up if you love pizzas? They are fun to make and you can create them the way you like them best adding all your favourite ingredients. The Erzi Mini Pizzas come in a tin for easy storage and you get two pizza bases already covered with tomato sauce, salami slices, cheese and basil leaves to create your own delicious pizzas.

The Erzi Mini Pizzas in a Tin contain 16 wooden pieces:

2 pizza bases, 6 salami slices, 6 cheese pieces and 2 basil leaves. 

Dimensions: 90 x 90 x 28 mm 
Material: Beech wood
Recommended Age: 3+

Warning. Not suitable for children under 36 months.
Choking hazard due to small parts.

Since its beginnings in 1991, Erzi has set the standard around the world for their range of lifelike and highly detailed miniature wooden food articles. Each peach, pear and plum is made from solid beech wood that has been sourced from FSC certified suppliers and hand finished in natural colours, resulting in a product that looks more inviting to eat than the real item itself.

Erzi also has such an extensive collection, that you and your children will never tire of their selection. From cherry tomatoes to jelly cups and even fried chicken, your child can become the next Masterchef in their own pretend little "foodie" world.

Designed and made in Germany, Erzi as a company take pride in every piece that is made and ensures that every apple, every strawberry, every single bread roll is made to the highest quality possible, with materials that meet strict environmental regulations. Erzi is very committed to supporting every child's need for exercising, playing and learning and in combination with it's high quality and eco-friendly products, we are sure you will love them as much as we do!

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Emily Beckman

Love the concept but the pieces don’t stay on the bases if moved which frustrated little clumsy hands