Personalized Hebrew Child's Chair - Damhorst Toys & Puzzles Inc Store
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Personalized Hebrew Child's Chair

$139.95

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Availability: Allow approximately 3 weeks for creation and delivery

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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.

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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.

$139.95
  • Description
Item#: 1003

  • Personalized Wooden Child's ChairThis is one of our newest items
  • Visit http://www.my-hebrew-name.com to translate an English name to Hebrew
  • 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 stool as entered in the Child's Name field
  • Please separate each number in the child's name field with a comma. (7 Hebrew character maximum)
  • This sturdy little chair is made from our exclusive Maple Euro-Ply hardwood collection measures 28 inches high and 17 inches wide
  • No tools or hardware are required to assemble this chair
  • Child's name is engraved on the front (7 LETTER MAX), and colored in the primary colors
  • A personal message can be engraved on the back
  • FREE SHIPPING in the continental U.S.
  • Allow approximately 3 weeks for delivery

Customer Experiences

I bought my 1st stool from you in 1980 for my 1st son & bought many more over the years for my other children & as gifts for friends & relatives. Now the son wh

Donna

We got our first stool almost 29 years ago for our oldest son and have 2 more children(26 and 20) who also have theirs. We use them to this very day. We love to

Sheryl

I had to laugh when you wrote "The "baby" will recieve their stool...". The "baby" is a 47 year old man my sister's husband. When my sister and Vic had their se

Robin

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