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Personalized Embroidered Hebrew Chair in Pastel Colors

$129.95

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$129.95
  • Description
Item#: 8016

  • This beautiful bent wood chair comes embroidered with the child's name in Hebrew with pastel colors
  • Visit http://www.my-hebrew-name.com to translate an English name to Hebrew
  • Maximum of 7 Hebrew letters
  • Confirming the Hebrew spelling with the recipient is recommended, due to the fact that one name can have multiple Hebrew spellings
  • Use the character key in the picture to place your order in the "Child's Name" field
  • Enter the corresponding number to represent each Hebrew letter for the child's name
  • NOTE: The letters will appear on the chair as entered in the Child's Name field, we will not reverse the letters
  • FREE shipping in the continental U.S.
  • Allow approximately 1 week for delivery after email name approval.

Customer Experiences

I can't believe I am purchasing stools for the second generations. I still have the original label from my daughter that I have kept for the past 20 plus years

Alyn

Dear Carol, My ten year old son has a stool from your comp[any which was given to him as a baby. It is still in use, extremely sturdy and has always been a sour

Betsy

I recently ordered a small stool for my grandson Bryce for his second birthday. In the box was a very nice note from Angela asking to write back if I was please

Nancy

I will be ordering two of the small step stools later when my great-grandsons are born, but just wanted to tell you that all 7 of my grandchildren have the step

Margaret