This item ships directly from the manufacturer, and therefore, does not ship to Alaska or Hawaii. We do not accept returns or exchanges on this item.
Refrigerator staples that are so cute you might just want to leave them out! Each set includes Organic Milk, Almond Milk, Goat's Milk Butter, and 2 Free-Range Eggs and comes in a beautiful cotton drawstring bag.
These solid wood pieces are turned, engraved, and hand painted by artisans in Ohio. Made from solid maple and topped with non-toxic finishes.
Organic Milk: 1.8" x 1.8" x 5.25"
Almond Milk: 1.8" x 1.8" x 5.25"
Goat's Milk Butter: 3.38" x 0.9" x 1.65"
Free-Range Eggs: 1.3" x 1.9"
Note: Natural variations in the wood, including small knots and color variations, are normal and make each piece slightly unique.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD. Small parts. Not for children under 3.
Milton & Goose was founded in 2017 to provide children and their parents with nontoxic and heirloom-quality toys to last generations. They say "Necessity is the mother of invention," so who better to invent than a mother in search of a solution? Milton & Goose’s founder, Shari Raymond, was hunting for a play kitchen for her children and couldn’t find anything that met three reasonable requirements: made in the USA, high-quality wood, and a chic, modern design, so she set out to create her own.
They interviewed dozens of manufacturers to find the right fit before teaming up with talented second-generation Amish toymakers in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. They then spent months sourcing the best materials, from solid woods and sturdy hinges to the safest paints and finishes they could find. And when the final prototype was ready and approved, they went through rigorous testing by an independent third-party, CPSC-approved safety lab to make sure their products meet or exceed the highest federal safety standards.
As the product line has grown to include furniture and play food accessories, Milton & Goose have stayed true to their vision to create the highest quality, safe and beautiful playthings for your children. Their pieces are designed to be enjoyed from day to day, sibling to sibling, and generation to generation.