Organic Bangle | Jellystone

Jellystone Bangles Suitable for 0 - 36 months

Jellystone Designs Sucklable range complies with the ASNZ ISO 8124.1 2010 TOY standard and carries the CE mark.  Meaning that it does not contain small parts and is safe for independent play.

Theses funky teething jewellery pieces do not contain Bisphenol-A, Phthalates or PVC.

Fashionable and functional jewellery for modish mums on the go.

Bangle

• width 1.4cm
• Internal Diameter 6.2 - 6.4cm
• Suits small to medium hand

FAQ

Can I give the necklace to my child?

No - Jellystone Designs Tuggable range is for mums to wear only.

Is silicone non-toxic?

Yes, We use FDA (Federal Drug Administration) approved silicone.  Silicone is odorless and tasteless and very importantly silicone will not support the growth of mold or bacteria.

What are the jewellery pieces made of?

Food Safe Silicone. The same silicone used in silicone cookware and many teethers on the market.

How is Jellystone different to other jewellery products?

We have graded our products so as a mum you can find the right product for the age and stage of your family.

Can I give the bangle (suckable range) to my baby?

Yes our Suckable range complies with teething standards.

Do Jellystone Designs Jewellery pieces comply to the Australian Standards?

Jellystone Designs has regular independent toxicity testing.  These tests, carried out this year, confirmed our jewellery complies with European Standard EN 71 part 3 Migration of certain elements, and the equivalent specifications to the Australian Standard for Toy Safety, AS NZS ISO 8124.1-2010.

How much pressure can the clasp can hold before it pops open?

From our own testing the bead clasp under tension opens at approximately 4.5LB, pendant clasp has a approximate opening point at 3.2 LB.

Where is Jellystone Designs made?

Jellystone Designs is designed in Australia and manufactured in our Chinese factory.

Is Jellystone Designs suitable for children with special needs?

Our jewellery can be worn by children 3 years plus but we recommend checking jewellery regularly for irregularities caused by excessive chewing.