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Dress Up Princess

Manufacturer: Manhattan Toy

Model Number: 206450

Recommended Age: Ages 18 Months to 3

Availability: In stock



Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces

Model Number: 206450

Product Dimensions: 5 x 7 x 15 inches



This soft princess teaches dressing skills with a button, snap, hook-and-loop closure, zipper, and shoe tie. The princess' bungee-cord attached butterfly adds to the fun.

-5" x 5" x 15"

ASTRA Best-for-Kids Toy List

Activities and Outcomes
Babies, toddlers and young children playfully engage with a collection of multi-sensory activity toys and books, play sets, finger puppets, rattles and teethers. A variety of colorful, high-contrast patterns and textured shapes support early multi-sensory development, gross motor skills, image recognition, dexterity and beginner reading.

Why we like Manhattan Toy:
- Thoughtful design with high-quality materials
- Toys that support multi-sensory development
- Bold pictures with sharp boundaries for babies’ undeveloped visual pathways

At Manhattan Toy, they know that playtime is one of the most fundamental parts of childhood development. Year after year, the company strives to stretch its creative skills to create unique, high quality toys to expand little ones' imaginations and creative play.

The Manhattan Toy team makes frequent factory visits to ensure quality and safety standards are consistently met. All its toys are thoroughly tested to the most exacting U.S. and international standards. The company uses thoroughly tested, water-based paints and wood from sustainable forests for its wood toys.

Before Francis Goldwyn, the famous grandson of Hollywood studio mogul Samuel Goldwyn, founded Manhattan Toy, he left Hollywood to become a New York accountant! In 1978, his entrepreneurial spirit led him to start a toy company featuring a style of intentionally under-stuffed plush toys, which he eventually sold. The new owners moved the company to Minneapolis, where it continues to thrive and grow.

Headquarters located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.