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Black and white nesting dolls | Sketch ink

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Original price 45.99$
Original price 45.99$ - Original price 79.99$
Original price 45.99$
Current price 34.99$
34.99$ - 66.99$
Current price 34.99$
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5 new black and white nesting dolls

Available intwo sizes, including a limited edition XL, this set of black and white Russian matryoshka dolls designed by the designere Becky kemp ofSketch Inc who imagined these beautiful black nesting dolls & amp; white wood.

Each doll has agraphic pattern, due to the curved shapes of the dolls and the straight pattern of the pattern, some imperfections and overlaps may be displayed.

These dolls are made ofchinese hardwood, wood knots may occur due to the character of the wood. They arepainted and handcrafted, which makes each doll unique. Small imperfections are inevitable.

These nesting dolls are not a toy.

Packed in a printed box.

Standard format

Doll Size:
14 x 6.5 cm
10 x 5 cm
7.5 x 4 cm
5.5 x 3 cm
3.5 x 1.8 cm

Dimensions of the box:14.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 cm 3 x 3 x 5.75 inchess

XL limited edition formate)

Doll Size:
The biggest doll: measures 22.5 x 9.0 cm,
The smallest doll: 8 x 4.0 cm

Dimensions of the box:22.5 x 10.8 x 10.8 cm 4.25 x 4.25 x 8.75 inchess

 For the damaged discount version, here is an example of the boxes

Artist: Sketch ink

Age: 3 years

Materials:Solid oak wood, Non-toxic water-based paint

Cleaning: Can be washed with a damp cloth

Colors and details may vary from photos.


About Petit Monkey

Marque Petit Monkey

Dutch brand Petit Monkey createshome accessories whimsical and must-haves for kids. The collection is inspired by the colorful world of children and created in collaboration with famous illustrators.

In 2015, Petit Monkey started with melamine children's tableware with illustrations ofHelen dardik and the collection quickly expanded withnesting dolls, toys andwooden essentials. The black and white nesting doll was Petit Monkey's real breakthrough.

In 2016 it was time to give the Petit Monkey name its own face and Helen Dardik was asked to design a logo and this is how the monkey, Petit Monkey, was created for our little monkeys.