HABA's classic Coco doll has a sweet embroidered face with rosy cheeks, dark brown eyes, freckles and brown hair pulled back in a headband.
Coco is approx. 12" tall
For What Age
Intended for ages 18 months and up.
Coco she is wearing a green dress with flower print and pink trim that is easy to take on and off with hook and loop fastener. Her pink shoes are sewn on. She has beanbag bottom so she can sit on her own.
Machine washable on cold/delicate. Please do not tumble dry.
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product origin: designed in germany, made in china
HABA’s company philosophy is based on one simple principle: Children are the most important things in life. Instilling fundamental values, helping them become independent and develop into creative and imaginative people is not the exclusive job of the parents; children grow up in a complex network of relationships. Siblings, friends, care-givers, teachers—they all have an influence on child development. In addition to the people in their life, the environment and the objects around them play a major role in their development from the first day on.
The owners of this family company identify with the social market economy. Only companies which work towards obtaining profit safeguard their futures. We take the word “social responsibility” seriously. Both in terms of social benefits for our employees and relationships with partners.
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Proactive environmental protection and sustainable production have been fundamental components of our company philosophy for years. As early as 1999 HABA was the first German toy manufacturer to comply with EMAS, receiving DIN ISO 14001 certification for environmental management. Short transportation routes, modern production techniques and innovative materials are a matter of course for us. We use new organic materials from sustainable resources, as well as wood from sustainable silviculture and textiles, plastics and paperboard from renewable resources.