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Back and forth, to and fro. The joy of swinging is never outgrown. Wood from 30- to 50-year-old plantation-grown teak trees is kiln-dried for three to four...
In 1943, Richard James invented one of the greatest toys ever made. James, a naval engineer, was conducting an experiment with tension springs. During the...
Plus and Minus
Designed as a children’s game in 1970, Bruno Munari’s Plus or Minus is an engrossing exercise for any age. The set consist of 72 cards, each with a...
Eames® House of Cards
Pulling from their pattern and picture decks of 1952, Charles and Ray Eames selected 32 images to create their House of Cards. The cards celebrate what the...
Wood Blocks (Set of 50)
One of the most coveted sites in school is the corner with the blocks, where kids build towers, towns and fantastical cityscapes. This rubber wood, bevel-edged...
Maharam Memory Game
Maharam, a pioneer in commercial fabric designs since 1902, offers stunning patterned materials to the trade. For those of us who long for Maharam designs but...
Metal Speedcar Racer
Modeled after classic speedsters from the 1930s, this little foot-powered car will have your toddler racing laps around the house in no time. Solidly built, the...
Crafted from cast aluminum, the virtually indestructible Convert-O Bike was designed in 1949 by the Anthony Brothers. A classic design that can grow with your...
Charles and Ray Eames were fascinated by elephants. Many images of these gentle giants are found in Charles’ photographic documentations of Indian culture and...
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