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Owls Personalised Engraved Wooden Stool

BG-5452
 
£38.99
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If you are looking for an extra special personalised gift for a young child’s Christening or other special occasion then this stunning laser engraved wooden stool makes the perfect choice.

Featuring a charming owl in a tree design this chunky wooden stool is beautifully laser engraved with the occasion, date and child's full name.

This stool would make a truly stunning keepsake gift for a child to use in their early years and treasure for a lifetime.

Features
  • Owl personalised engraved wooden stool.

  • Made from solid pine wood.

  • Charming design featuring an owl perched in a tree surrounded by moon and stars.

  • Professionally laser-engraved with any occasion, date and the child's full name.

  • The occasion and date are engraved in a curve above the design with the child's full name below.

  • Sturdy design featuring 4 legs.

  • Designed and made in the UK.

  • Dimensions: Height 24cm, diameter 25cm.

  • This stool will be delivered fully assembled.

  • Due to the natural nature of the wood the grain and colour will vary slightly between stools making each one unique.

If your baby has a owl themed nursery then this delightful personalised wooden stool would be the perfect accompaniment! We think this would make a wonderful keepsake gift for a new baby, first birthday, Christening or Baptism.

This beautiful stool would make an impressive addition to any playroom or nursery and is sure to provide a favourite spot to sit for any small child for many years.
 


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