http://www.allchildrensfurniture.com...id=FR43-JW1522 (by M&D) and these:
there is also these: (which I think must also be M&D or just a copy of them)
I'd prefer the M&D pots and pans because they've both got lids and an oven mitt, but does M&D chip easily? What's your experience with them?
I'd like the red pots and pans to look nice for awhile, you know?
It has held up wonderfully and the food is precious. I work in Early Intervention, and have considered getting the set for my toy bag to take on home visits.
We also love the M & D spice rack set and the M & D Kitchen Bottle Set. So cute with the magnetic removable lids!
Hope this helps!
Oh, and for the record, I checked with IKEA and they said all of their kiddie baking/cooking/tea sets are lead-free. We also have the baking and tea sets but haven't given those to our daughter yet because they're a bit old for her still.
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I don't recall their other toys smelling like this. Anyone know what it could be or has anyone else encountered this? Needless to say, I'm not going to be buying any more any time soon.
We have a set of stainless steel pots & pans (and cute utensils like a wire whisk and spatula) that are so adorable. I even have a few pots (an adorable angel food cake pan) from when I was a kid...they last a long time.
we couldn't afford the Plan stuff when dd was play-kitchen aged, and we wound up getting a little tykes set that she loved to pieces.
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