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Candylab is an American brand, based in Brooklyn New York. Born on a 21st century crowdfunding platform, and currently sold around the world, Europe to Canada and Australia to the Middle East.
Its mission is to make the absolute best wooden toy vehicles on the market. Core principles of the company are that they believe in extensive use of natural materials, unique craftsmanship, and that great design should be attainable, and not reserved to luxury status.
Unlike other toy brands around the world, Candylab sets itselves apart in one major way: they are firmly believing that wood as a natural, renewable resource can be just as versatile as plastic when it comes to building engaging and attractive toys. The brands mission is to make wooden toys better than plastic ones, with zero compromises.
Size: 8,2 cm
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