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Child's Puzzle Chair - Princess Engrave

$164.95

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Availability: Allow approximately 3 weeks for creation and delivery

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Engraved Side Table

This side table, if ordered, will have the child's name engraved on the top surface of the table, as shown in the picture.

Gift Card Message

Your gift card will include your personal message to the recipient and will not include any pricing or your order information. Only what you enter on the gift card will be included in your order.

Engrave Option!

We use a special engraving tool that etches your message into the back or bottom of an item. This can include all the baby's birth information or a special message from you.

$164.95
  • Description
Item#: 1004

Personalized Wooden Child\'s Chair with Princess engrave

  • This sturdy little chair is made from our exclusive Maple Euro-Ply hardwood collection
  • It measures 28 inches high and 17 inches wide
  • No tools or hardware are required to assemble this chair
  • 8 letter maximum
  • A personal message can be engraved on the back
  • Optional side table can be engraved with the child's name on top. Table dimensions are 12 inches high and 10 inches across
  • FREE SHIPPING in the continental U.S.
  • Allow approximately 3 weeks for delivery

Customer Experiences

Thank you for asking. My son received that stool almost 17 yrs ago. He is now 20 and has used it for so many different purposes over the years. What a quality p

Gail

My own children have them, and we have been very pleased. One child is 12 the other 9, and they are still in use. We do remember you business for special events

Eileen

This is for my youngest grandchild, I now have 4, and they all have their name stool. So do their parents, my daughter and son! Their stools are now approx. 25

Robin

I have 3 children ages 10, 5, and 3, and each one of them has a Damhorst stool. In fact, my youngest has two. They were all gifts when the children were born. E

Michael