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Children_of_the_Wild_Australia Drei Blatter Wooden Flower puzzle
Children_of_the_Wild_Australia Drei Blatter Wooden Flower puzzle
Children_of_the_Wild_Australia Drei Blatter Wooden Flower puzzle
Children_of_the_Wild_Australia Drei Blatter Wooden Flower puzzle
Children_of_the_Wild_Australia Drei Blatter Wooden Flower puzzle

Drei Blatter Wooden Flower puzzle

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Drei Blatter Wooden Flower puzzle

  • Suitable for children from three years of age or younger with adult supervision
  • Made in Germany

Drei Blaeter hand-crafted wooden puzzles are the perfect first puzzle for small children.  Made in Germany from solid sustainable spruce, carefully hand-sanded to provide soft and rounded edges and finished with plant-based dyes which allow the beauty of the natural wood to shine through. With organic forms each piece has a mushroom-like knob for little fingers to easily lift and replace to create the finished picture. Suitable for children from three years of age or younger with adult supervision. 

Drei Blaetter is a small wooden toy manufacturer based in Radolfzell, Germany. The company has been developing wooden toys since 1986. At the beginning of the business Andreas Syré employed several craftsmen who made the popular wooden toys in the in-house carpentry shop. Nowadays he also has workshops in Brandenburg which employ disabled people and work in collaboration with youth projects to help in the production process.

Drei Blaetters Cash Registers are hand finished from natural wood. Wood materials were once trees; breathing organisms that worked to survive, and had long incredible lives. Each piece may contain grain, knots, variation in texture, or mineral streaks which are a testament to the tree’s life that became your forever toy. Filler is occasionally used to provide a smooth finish, which can have a yellowed tone. This is not considered a fault.