Copper Leopard: teething necklace

Copper Leopard: teething necklace

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This leopard print and copper combination with a pop of beechwood is the perfect addition to your fashionable mum uniform!

A perfect gift for a new mum, baby showers or mum friends. Or a treat for yourself and your baby. Baby safe necklaces are perfect for your little one to chew on when teething, hold when breastfeeding and generally provide safe sensory stimulation.

This necklace is handmade in the UK by a first time mum who realised quickly that normal jewellery doesn't stand a chance with grabby little hands but still wanted to accessorise her outfits with stylish jewellery, so Tiny Fox Teethers was born!

This silicone bead teething necklace is designed for Mamas to wear, in a simple but gorgeous blend of silicone beads on soft grey satin cord. The BPA free silicone beads are made from the same material that bottles and dummies are made from, so they don't just look good as an accessory for Mum but they are safe and fun for a Baba to fiddle with, especially whilst feeding or chewing during those painful teething times.

This necklace measures approximately 28 inches end to end, and aims to hang low on the neckline at the right height for baby to access when being held. Breakaway plastic clasps are used so if pulled hard the necklace will simply snap off your neck. If you would like the necklace longer or shorter, please just send me a message after checkout.

  • BPA Free - 100% Non toxic food grade silicone
  • Soft but strong 2mm nylon satin cord
  • Easy to clean - Just use hot soapy water
  • Break away plastic clasps for safety
  • Beech wood is naturally antibacterial and does not splinter. Rub with coconut oil to prolong it's life. 
  • UK Handmade


Our jewellery is to be worn by adults only, please do not give the necklace to a child to play with, the cord and breakaway clasp are not designed to be chewed on. Do not leave a child unattended with the jewellery.

Check the beads, cord and clasp regularly for any damage and stop use immediately should this occur.