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Say hello to the adorable Sophia! Dressed in a funky, flower-power skirt and blouse, Sophia carries an orange crochet shoulder bag to complete her gorgeous outfit. Like all our other rag dolls, Sophia is 45cm tall and made from 100% cotton fabrics and yarn.

At Pebble we like to think that our toys spread smiles worldwide: the ladies who make them in Bangladesh smile because the toys bring them work, the parents smile because the toys keep their babies happy and enable them to shop with a conscience and the babies smile – well you can see why! We hope you love this doll as much as we do.

All Pebble products are made in Bangladesh by the extremely talented and capable artisans at Hathay Bunano ps. We love their workmanship and we love rural Bangladesh. Pebble toys are our small contribution to supporting families in rural Bangladesh, to removing the need for economic migration to the cities and to providing women with flexible working opportunities which are close to their homes.

Pebble products are made entirely by hand as such there will be slight variations in size, colour and design in line with the unique nature of this product.

Materials: 100% cotton with 100% polyester fill.
Size: height approx 45cm, width approx 27cm
Care instructions: machine washable at 40 degrees and can be tumble dried on a low setting

Pebble Rag Doll - Emily

$36.00 + $9.00 Flat Rate Shipping

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Ethical Living

About the seller

Through sustainable business practices we can nurture a relationship between producers and consumers. This results in better prices and decent working conditions that help make better lives for people in need.

Let's face it, we're not all activists, however when faced with an informed decision between products made in sweat shops under slave like conditions OR people being paid fairly and given a chance at a better life... What would you choose?

How this purchase helps

  • Disadvantage
  • Refugees
  • Economic empowerment
  • Fairtrade