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Hape Baby Highchair

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This beautifully crafted Hape Highchair is ideal for the home or child care setting. Encourage imaginative play, social skills, language development and more. Made of wood and fabric . Measures 56 H x 26 W x 26cm D.
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Hape Baby Highchair

Code
385971
This beautifully crafted Hape Highchair is ideal for the home or child care setting. Encourage imaginative play, social skills, language development and more. Made of wood and fabric . Measures 56 H x 26 W x 26cm D.
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Colour Natural
Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Material Made of wood and fabric.
Pedagogical Focus Identity
Height 56cm
Width 26cm
Depth 26cm
Requires Assembly YES
Packaging Type CB
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