z 6-10-13 Willow Toys Devin's Icebox - NO LONGER AVAILALBE

Solid Wood
Lifetime Guarantee
Formaldehyde Free
Non Toxic Finish



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Willow Toys ETA's are currently 6-8 weeks

Willow Toy Devin's Icebox
will keep your little ones playing for hours.  It has 3 shelves and handcrafted oversized door handles that are so fun to open and close!  With the freezer on top, it doubles as fabulous storage for all of those pots, pans and toy foods.  An all natural, non toxic finish beautifully highlights the wood's natural charm.  Devin's Icebox is designed to match our Liam's Kitchen.

- Solid New Hampshire White Pine
- Made in USA
- No assembly required
- Lifetime guarantee
- Formaldehyde free
- Non toxic finish
- Stands 34" tall, 16" wide & 11" deep


Note:  This item is available only in the contiguous USA.  Please allow 2-3 weeks for completion (ETAs vary by season; please email us for current ETAs).


About Willow Toys


Willow Toys is a family owned, home based business offering quality Waldorf inspired playthings.  We are dedicated to bringing you the finest quality products at affordable prices while offering you to a natural, creative approach to play.  All of our solid New Hampshire White Pine toys are hand made in New Hampshire, USA.

We offer not only one of the top selling children's wood toy Kitchens, we also offer unbeatable prices. Our wooden play kitchens bring all the best features in a child's kitchen together.  All of our Play Kitchens arrive fully assembled and have a lifetime guarantee!

Our solid wood toy kitchens have oversized chunky handles handcrafted for little hands, and our play kitchen sink has a real metal bowl. All of our knobs turn for even more imaginative play.  Real hinges allow doors to open and close, just like the real thing.  Willow Toys play kitchens are finished with a natural, non toxic, lavender oil wood finish.  We use specialized blends of essential oils and vegetable derived ingredients.


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