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    Cink

    €26.00

    Bamboo Dinnerware Set Beet

    Children's tableware set in three parts from Swedish Cink, made of organic bamboo, melamine and corn starch, in colours inspired by the Swedish lake Österlen. The set includes a bowl, a mug and a feeding spoon and comes in a small box - perfect as a baptism gift or as a one-year old birthday gift. The mug and bowl are also suitable for older children and the rest of the family, which means that they will be able to be used for many years. Use for snacks, breakfast or take a picknick in the park. Available in several colours.

    Dishwasher: Yes, but hand wash is recommended for longer durability
    Microwave: No

    Measurement: bowl 13,5 x 5 cm, mug 7,5 x 7 cm, spoon 13,5 x 2,5 cm

    Other product information: The dinnerware is free from BPA, PVC and Phthalates. LFGB-certified and approved by the FDA. 

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    Color Lilac
    Width 21 cm
    Depth 21 cm
    Brand Cink
    Designer Elena Holmberg
    Country of Manufacture China
    Material Bamboo
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    Cink

    A sunny autumn day in southern Sweden on Österlen's open plains. Three moms on a child free weekend. A bottle of wine (or maybe more than one) and a lot of ideas and thoughts about the future. Two entrepreneurs and a frustrated what-to-do-with-my-life-mom - and the idea of ​​Cink was born!  With an abundance of products for children of all ages, we all thought that it was still one thing on the market that was lacking - clean, stylish children's tableware that fit into the adult home. Is it really so difficult to design functional children's plates and mugs in simple shapes, soft colors and without childish patterns? Obviously not! "With this in mind, I started designing a children's tableware for the smallest ones in the family. With inspiration from Österlen's beautiful nature, Cink's shapes and colors arose with the idea that we will hopefully be able to grow and develop more products in the future.  The five colors in Cink should be consistent throughout all our future products, so the company's name is our Swedish version of "cinq" the French word for five, "says Elena Holmberg, Cink's founder. Read more about Cink