Sweet Mandy, part of Tikiri’s Bonikka line of ragdolls, has brown pigtails and wears a rose-colored muslin dress. She also has a beautiful necklace that little ones can remove and use as a bracelet. She has matching blue shoes and ribbons in her hair. Bonikka means “doll” in Sinhala, the language of Sri Lanka, and this line was inspired by a 120-year-old family tradition of passing treasured dolls down from generation to generation. Summer was ethically handmade in Sri Lanka.
Want to pair this with a book? Try Small in the City by Sydney Smith (2019).
Matieral: Cotton and polyester
Care: For light cleaning, wipe surface with soapy water and a damp cloth and allow to air dry.
Size: 16 inches tall
Tikiri’s toys are produced from ethically sourced cotton and 100% natural rubber, which is nontoxic, BPA-free, phthalate-free, PVC-free, and biodegradable. Tikiri uses rubber that is sustainably harvested from the Hevea tree, primarily grown in Sri Lanka. By souring rubber and producing toys in Sri Lanka, Tikiri greatly minimizes its carbon footprint and environmental impact. Tikiri also cares deeply about treating its employees with fairness and respect. It is certified by the Sri Lankan initiative Garments without Guilt, ensuring that it promotes ethical working conditions. Tikiri was the 2020 winner of the Ethical Gift of the Year award.