NEW BALLERINA & HORSE FAIRY TREASURE BOXES DEBUT AT TOY FAIR!
(Pequannock, NJ - Feb. 11, 2011) - Ballerinas, horses, fairy tales and charming woodland creatures adorn this enchanting line of musical treasure boxes and tins that are perfect for storing the dreams and treasures of every young girl! Enchantmints themes are positive and nurturing, based in kindness and love. Natural materials and engaging illustrations enhance the heirloom quality of Enchantmints products. These delightful keepsakes can be found at the 2011 American International Toy Fair, held Sun.-Wed., Feb. 13-16 at the Jacob Javits Center at Reeves International's Booth 2403.
A Northern California company, Enchantmints is devoted to creating products that provide joy for children and parents alike, embracing a mission to surround children with beauty, truth and goodness. Enchantmints has earned a reputation among retailers for beautiful graphics and extraordinary quality. Their award-winning, imaginative playthings have been filling a niche in the toy/gift/accessory markets since 2003. Musical treasure boxes, tooth fairy boxes, distinctive mirrors and enchanting play spaces are featured in the 2011 collection.
"We are dedicated to protecting the wonder of childhood, and develop our products to enhance a child's imagination, curiosity and understanding," says Enchantmints president Marke Levene.
The latest collection of musical treasure boxes includes majestic horses in picturesque country landscapes and woodland fairies sharing the forest with quail, owls and songbirds. Also available are tropical birds and hummingbirds in green gardens, and butterflies in lush floral settings.
Enchantmints products have been honored with several prestigious awards, including a Family Fun Toy of the Year Award, two Oppenheim Gold Awards, a Creative Child Magazine Toy of the Year and Seal of Excellence Award, and a coveted spot on the ASTRA (American Specialty Toy Retailing Association) top 20 toy list.
To see the entire line of Enchantmints toys, visit www.reevesintl.com.
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