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Lara & Ollie .  Teething Necklace  .  Bea


We love these funky teething necklaces from Lara & Ollie, which come in a range of fabulous colours. 

Each necklace also has a coordinating bracelet, available here!


 Would be a perfect gift for a new mum. It will cheer her up being able to wear jewellery again! 

 Not just for teething, they are great for distracting breastfeeding babies by giving them something to concentrate on.

 They also make a good distraction for when you need to keep your little one calm on your lap - on a plane / train, in a restaurant or when you're on the phone. 


Lara & Ollie .  Teething Necklace  .  Bea
Size:  Length: 72cm.
Care: Wash before use and regularly check bangles, beads, cord and clasp for defects.

Necklaces and bangles are not toys and is to be worn by adults only. They should never be worn by or left unattended with babies or children.

Beads/bangles meet European safety standard EN71 (Parts 1,2 & 3) and regulations in AU, NZ, US, Canada.

Made From:

Beads/bangles made from high-quality, non-toxic food grade silicone that is free from BPA, PVC, phthalate, latex, cadmium, lead and heavy metals.

Packaging/Shipping: Sent in a fabulous cardboard package. 
Designed By: Lara & Ollie
About This Brand: 

Launched by two London mamas, Lara & Ollie, their aim is to break the convention of stereotypical teething jewellery with shapes, designs and colours that enable mums to accessorise an everyday jeans and t-shirt combo and feel like they’ve made an effort. What’s clever is that the jewellery is safe for babies to chew, fiddle with and enjoy too.

The Lara & Ollie range features colourful and distinctive geometric shaped necklaces and coordinating bangles that don’t look like teething items. Babies and toddlers are immediately drawn to the jewellery and instinctively want to give it a good chew, so whilst they’re great for sore gums and emerging teeth, they are also a useful distraction for a wriggler.