Posts filed under “Toys”

Miga de Pan

This post isn’t really from me, its from Mrs French whose happy-inducing Blissful pages I have been following for a while now. She has an eye for the most delightful delights and wrote about these little chaps by Miga de Pan earlier in the week – I had to take a closer look because these […]

Wooden Train

Eichhorn are a German toy maker, established in the 1800’s and they make the loveliest wooden toys. For some reason they seem to be something of a rarity outside the mainland, but they are of superb quality and always painted in bright glossy colours. We were given one of these little trains when our eldest […]

Wood & Rope

A rope swing must surely be one of the simplest and most fun pieces of outdoor kit ever dreamed up by prehistoric child, and yet I can’t remember the last time I saw one in a garden. I found Sky Saddle Swings during an Etsy rummage last night and these lovingly carved seats instantly transported […]

Tin Toys

What young boy doesn’t crave a London bus in his car box? This iconic pair have been well loved over a decade or two, and would add a Best of British feel to any bedroom. A taster of the vintage tin toys we love so much, just out there for the hunting. Bohemia, Spitalfields Market […]

Severina Kids

I am no science fiction fanatic but how is it possible to not go a little bit gooey over this cuddly alien? I think it’s the mouth… These otherworldly buddies are part of a gorgeously eclectic collection by Buenos Aires based Severina Kids. They individually hand make all their products using quality recycled and reclaimed […]

Jumpers for Goalposts

I don’t claim to know very much about the game of football, but I do know there was a time when the shorts were longer, the game was slower and the wives still washed the kit. These reproduction leather footballs whisper to us of that era – made from good tough leather, with quality stitching […]