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In collaboration with doctors and dentists, Mr. Hilary Page has experimented to produce the perfect Teething Device which will give the most satisfaction and comfort without danger of the baby being able to force it into his mouth, or stretch his (or her) mouth with it. The Kiddicraft Safety Teether has a number of different biting surfaces to reach all parts of the gums, it is made of a special hard, tasteless plastic which can be frequently washed in very hot (but not boiling) water. It can be put in the ice tray of a refrigerator when not in use because it will help to relieve Baby's painful gums if he bites on it when it is very cold. The Kiddicraft Safety Teether is available in blue and ivory, packed in a presentation case.
Designed by Hilary Page
Patent applied for.
Age: from 6 months.
Year: 1957<<< Back to list