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Nice tea set for 2yr old ?

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manicmamma Mon 22-Nov-10 14:13:35

Has anyone found any nice teasets? Would like a nice wooden or tin one or anything that won't break... and a decent size.
anyone? please?

moosemama Mon 22-Nov-10 14:32:33

I have been looking at tea sets over the weekend - for my dd, who will be two in January.

I like this one but there are lots of similar tin ones out there with different patterns.

Red and white spots on Amazon.

Pink teaset in pink wicker basket.

Alternative pink and green one.

Bright, summer bugs set.

Pretty pink rose set.

Wooden fairy teaset.

ELC wooden teaset.

ToysRus wooden teaset.

Honeybake wooden teaset from GLTC.

Not exactly a traditional teaset, but I quite like this as well.

Hope there's one there that you like. smile

blueberryboybait Mon 22-Nov-10 14:35:54

We have the tin ones in the basket - I got them from Smyths the toyshop, they are on 2 for £15 at the moment. DD1 (2) loves hers.

manicmamma Mon 22-Nov-10 18:25:23

Oh thank you some lovely tea sets....not sure about the size though a lot of the reviews are saying they are much smaller than expected....mmmm decisions decisions....
thanks for suggestions

MrsvWoolf Mon 22-Nov-10 18:48:53

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Tikkabillajive Mon 22-Nov-10 19:34:18

There's a lovely tin one in Cath Kidston, it comes in a suitcase - I quite want to buy it for myself my dd.

here it is

Emma Bridgewater also does a great melamine one in various patterns.

ja9 Mon 22-Nov-10 19:39:29

we have this one. Melamine; so durable (unless you have a tiled floor like us - but even then, only one cracked cup after 2 years of use...)

ja9 Mon 22-Nov-10 19:40:01

I also really love the tin sets...

Tikkabillajive Mon 22-Nov-10 19:43:11

ja9 I have coveted that one for a long time - think it has just been edged out by the Cath Kidston one though!

ja9 Mon 22-Nov-10 19:55:23

ooh, which cath kidston one?

ja9 Mon 22-Nov-10 19:55:58

oh, just spotted it... yes! it's gorgeous!

ChateauRouge Tue 23-Nov-10 19:49:23

Not exactly a tea set... but I so want to buy my 2 this set.... well, I want it really!

taffetacat Tue 23-Nov-10 21:18:45

DD (4) has had the Emma Bridgewater pink hearts melamine set for 2 years and its almost good as new, played with all the time. She also has the Le Toy Van Breakfast set, Baking Set and Oven and Hob which are played with daily.

They complement each other very well, and can be added to as the years go by. She also has a little china one in a wicker basket, but its too diddy, and is only occasionally used.

ThursdayNext Tue 23-Nov-10 21:33:16

We have the red and white spotty tin one, DD and DS have both played with it a lot. I rather like it too.

manicmamma Mon 29-Nov-10 15:02:20

Just bought the emma bridgewaterhearts one........lovely!!!!
and couldnt help myself and bought the le toy van breakfast set....soo excited!!!
thanks for recommendations

pookamoo Mon 29-Nov-10 15:06:49

We bought Le Toy Van red spotty tea set and the cake stand for DD who was 2 on Saturday and she loves it! It is so cute watching her play with it... amazing how they know what to do with it all!

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