Willow + Mae - Isabella Silicone Teething / Chew Necklace - Ivory/Natural

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A Willow + Mae Silicone Teething Necklace is a must have item!

Material Type: Silicone, Nylon

Batteries required: No

Keeps little hands busy while you're holding, wearing or nursing! Silicone teething necklaces also are great for children with special chew needs! They provide a great tactile sensory experience for all ages!; Isabella design - 9mm round beads with a hexagon accent bead - approximately 28 inch total length; Safety first! Our beads are made from food grade silicone. Breakaway clasp prevents the necklace breaking and our cords are tough enough to withstand the hardest of pulls! We do not knot our necklaces between each bead as this does NOT affect safety. (Read our blog for more details.) No beads on your neck to prevent hair pulls.; To clean, simply rinse with soap and water or use the top rack of your dishwasher.; Don't forget our 90 day 100% money back guarantee! Feel free to message Websterville Enterprises or Willow + Mae directly with any questions!

Item Weight: 0.32 ounces

Safety warning: Willow + Mae jewelry is designed to be worn by adults. It is NOT a toy. It should not be worn by babies or children. Adult supervision is always required. Features a breakaway safety clasp as an added safety measure. Clasp is not made for chewing. Our silicone is anti-microbial. Always inspect jewelry for damage before use. Willow + Mae jewelry is tested to ensure that it meets or exceeds the standards of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission for safety in both the materials and the design of our products. It passes the tests required of the ASTM F963-11.

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