This green and white striped hand-crafted elephant is organic inside and out. It is made and stuffed with the softest organic Egyptian cotton, with ears for chewing and a knotted tail for twiddling. A 'safe to chew' comforter and teether.
Each scrappy toy is made from cotton scraps that are left over from the clothes Under The Nile produce, so it is also a great way of ensuring their production is as waste free as possible.
Suitable from birth and machine washable.
Quirky and colourful, this Scrappy Elephant is made from 100% organic Egyptian cotton scraps left over from Under the Nile's clothing production. He is hand-crafted and organic inside and out; made and stuffed with the purest and softest organic Egyptian cotton. His large floppy ears are perfect for chewing and his knotted tail is great for twiddling, helping to instil calm before sleep. Features pale green fine stripe design printed with metal free dyes.
Made in Egypt from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. Certified non-toxic and child safe, meeting both European and US safety standards.
BPA, phthalates, lead, PVC free. Contains no formaldehyde glue or toxic paints, making it safe for little mouths to chew on.
Suitable from birth.
Washing Instructions: Machine wash warm and tumble dry until completely dry.
Approximately 20cm long x 10cm high.
Since 1998, Under the Nile has been a leader in the organic industry, producing the softest and most durable cotton toys for infants and children. The brand was set up by Janice Masoud who went to Egypt with her husband to visit his family and fell in love with the country.
Under the Nile products are produced solely with materials sourced from SEKEM, a company which was set up to produce healthy and organic crops including cotton. SEKEM have their own Development Foundation which runs a school, a medical centre, a vocational training centre, various programs for socially disadvantaged children and several research and training programs.
Under the Nile supply villagers with daily fair trade work and enables teaching and education through their 13 Villages Project. This project is responsible for providing health care and guidance for maintaining overall health. Under the Nile is empowering these communities to lead happier, healthier lives.