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PAPOOSE

BITCOIN GOETHE SET OF 12 PIECES

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$84.95
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$84.95

Papoose's sweet little Bitcoin Blocks feature a sparkling "jewel" set into one side of rounded beech timber blocks. This particular set is the Goethe colourway of 12 blocks, which is made of rich colours inspired by gems and rubys and a clear block. Each block is a unique colour.

Each Bitcoin Block is somewhere between a square and a circle, with flat edges on each side for stacking and rounded corners that are smooth and appealing to little hands. The sparkling acrylic gems will mesmerise children and inspire them to create vibrant cities, castles, fortresses and much more. Just wait until sunlight hits the jewels!

Papoose Bitcoin Blocks measure 5cm across each side and 2.5cm deep, designed to perfectly complement Bauspiel's stunning range of Colour Street Blocks, Windows, Window Shapes and more.

Bitcoins come with their own wooden base tray for easy storage and display.

Being hand-finished, each of Papoose's beautiful offerings is unique, with slightly different shaping, wood markings, grain, and knots showing through any dye or paint finishes. Occasionally they may arrive with very minor dents and/or scratches from packing and transport, and this is considered normal. The faux gemstones may have minor inclusions, just like real jewels. Please note the blocks are not varnished nor lacquered, leaving the timber with a beautiful textural feel.

Choking hazard due to small parts. This toy is not suitable for children under three years of age.

About Papoose Toys

Colours of Australia was created in 1991 and is the company and home behind Papoose Toys.

Based in Melbourne, they create beautiful, eco-friendly and fair-trade toys and resources that support early childhood education, encourage open-ended play, and add colour to our lives.

Papoose Toys are designed in Australia and handmade by talented craftspeople in Nepal, Sri Lanka and Indonesia using natural materials such as pure wool, cotton, and wood.