Sitting Pretty - Rhino Girl
Pargo will deliver to a store such as Clicks or Spar. You may pick up the parcel while out shopping and do not have to be at home for the delivery.
If you would like to purchase an item, but need it in a different colour, we can fulfill your request as long as 3 to 4 days are allowed for the production.
Our products are very light and the cost of shipping will remain the same whether you buy one or three products. Buying in bulk is far more economical!
Our aim is to design an African animal toy which can be played with, like a doll, and is not simply an ornament on the shelf.
Clothes have been added so that the rhino girl can be dressed and undressed.
Our Rhino toy is lovingly created in strong grey fabric.
We have created it a little shorter and plumper than the other animals in the set.
It has legs that can bend at the knee.
It is filled with non allergic polyester fibre stuffing.
There is a small bag of clean sand in the body to add weight so that the rhino sits independently.
It has safety eyes which cannot falloff and an added eye lid to create a slightly dreamy expression.
It has a tail with a woolly tuft.
There is soft white felt on the inner ear.
She has a skirt made from pretty African ethnic print fabric, which is 100% cotton.
The skirt is trimmed with silver ric rac and has layers of tulle to create a tutu.
The rhino has a headband with bow.
A patch made from rose print fabric on the rump as a signature of our business - Rose Patch.
From tip of head to bottom of hind leg hoof 40cm.
Width is 15 cm.
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Collection points throughout South Africa.
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