Unique European Baby Gifts; MorMor’s Hand-Knit Pacifier Holder - Estella

Unique European Baby Gifts; MorMor’s Hand-Knit Pacifier Holder

September 27, 2008

MorMor Hand-Knit baby pacifier holderMorMor is a Denmark -based company whose claim to fame is that their youngest employee is a 68 years old. Every garment is hand-knitted with love and care by these “grandmas” who sign every piece they finish. The result is a beautifully retro, yet chic, collection of European Baby Clothing that remind us of the things our own grandmas lovingly make…only much, much better!

If you aren’t already convinced by the story alone, one look at MorMor’s Hand-knit Gold Baby Pacifier Holder will change your mind. This isn’t your everyday pacifier holder that is mass manufactured, but rather a one-of-a-kind piece of art! Your baby will look stylish while this handy device keeps their pacifier close to them and off the ground. Great as a Luxury Newborn Gift!






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