Moulin Roty Moulin Roty Le Jardin Explorers Kit

About the Brand Moulin Roty is a French toy company that had produced award-winning toys for over 40 years, and has charmed the youngest members of millions of families across the globe to date. History Moulin Roty is a tiny communal villag...e in western France founded in 1972 as a quest for a healthier and more rewarding lifestyle. In 1975 The Moulin Roty Toy Company launched 2 toys: a car made of wood and sponge, and a soft rag doll named la douillette that charmed everyone with its originality. In 1980 Moulin Roty became a worker-owned cooperative. To ensure the development and the durability of the company, the founding members adopted the status of co-op (SCOP in French) to preserve the founding values of the brand: solidarity, sharing and respect. Materials Moulin Roty searches for the very best materials, selecting most of their fabrics from France and the rest from Europe because of their design and technical quality, as well as their non-toxicity. (Oeko-Tex certified). All solid wood used, mainly beech wood, comes from forests that are managed ecologically and that respect quotas for felling and re-planting. Read More

Moulin Roty
$85.00 at Yoox

Tulle Chenille Multicolor Pattern Logo detail Tulle Chenille Woven

Moulin Roty
$32.00 at Yoox

Plain weave Lightweight sweater Polka dots 3-piece set Plain weave Lightweight sweater Woven

Moulin Roty
$30.00 at Yoox

Velvet Stripes Logo detail Velvet Woven

Moulin Roty
$29.00 at Yoox

Velvet Multicolor Pattern Logo detail Velvet Woven

Moulin Roty
$29.00 at Yoox

Velvet Stripes Logo detail Velvet Woven

Moulin Roty
$29.00 at Yoox

Plain weave Contrasting applications Plain weave Woven

Moulin Roty
$46.00 at Yoox

Corduroy-velveteen Flannel Multicolor Pattern Corduroy-velveteen Flannel Woven

Moulin Roty
$32.00 at Yoox

Lightweight sweater Herringbone Logo detail 3-piece set Lightweight sweater Knitted

Moulin Roty
$43.50 at YoYo.com

About the Brand Moulin Roty is a French toy company that had produced award-winning toys for over 40 years, and has charmed the yo...ungest members of millions of families across the globe to date. History Moulin Roty is a tiny communal village in western France founded in 1972 as a quest for a healthier and more rewarding lifestyle. In 1975 The Moulin Roty Toy Company launched 2 toys: a car made of wood and sponge, and a soft rag doll named "la douillette" that charmed everyone with its originality. In 1980 Moulin Roty became a worker-owned cooperative. To ensure the development and the durability of the company, the founding members adopted the status of co-op (SCOP in French) to preserve the founding values of the brand: solidarity, sharing and respect. Materials Moulin Roty searches for the very best materials, selecting most of their fabrics from France and the rest from Europe because of their design and technical quality, as well as their non-toxicity. (Oeko-Tex certified). All solid wood used, mainly beech wood, comes from forests that are managed ecologically and that respect quotas for felling and re-planting. Recommended Ages:1 ? 10 Read More

Moulin Roty
$27.29 $30.00 at YoYo.com

About the Brand Moulin Roty is a French toy company that had produced award-winning toys for over 40 years, and has charmed the yo...ungest members of millions of families across the globe to date. History Moulin Roty is a tiny communal village in western France founded in 1972 as a quest for a healthier and more rewarding lifestyle. In 1975 The Moulin Roty Toy Company launched 2 toys: a car made of wood and sponge, and a soft rag doll named "la douillette" that charmed everyone with its originality. In 1980 Moulin Roty became a worker-owned cooperative. To ensure the development and the durability of the company, the founding members adopted the status of co-op (SCOP in French) to preserve the founding values of the brand: solidarity, sharing and respect. Materials Moulin Roty searches for the very best materials, selecting most of their fabrics from France and the rest from Europe because of their design and technical quality, as well as their non-toxicity. (Oeko-Tex certified). All solid wood used, mainly beech wood, comes from forests that are managed ecologically and that respect quotas for felling and re-planting. Read More

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