On the cup, children will find Maci the monkey – one of the animals from Sebra Interior’s Wildlife theme. The sippy cup has been designed for children’s hands, and the removable spout is handy when your child needs to learn to handle the cup on its own, or when drinks are consumed on the terrace, where wasps or other insects might crawl into a lidless cup. Use the sippy cup with or without the spout as needed. The cup can also be used to hold pens, a toothbrush or snacks. The sippy cup is dishwasher-safe. Melamine products for food are not suitable for microwave oven use or for storing foods at temperatures above 70 Degrees Celsius.
Diameter - 7 cm
Height - 11 cm
WARNING! Only use the product under adult supervision. Check the product before each use. Discard at the first sign of damage or wear. The product may break if dropped. Always check the food temperature before serving.
All Sebra Interior’s melamine products undergo strict inspections and are tested by external, accredited research institutes to ensure that the melamine products do not emit formaldehyde to foods in quantities exceeding the permitted limit. Sebra Interior's melamine products are in compliance with Regulation (EU) no. 284/2011 and Regulation (EC) no. 1935/2004.
Sebra Interior is subject to inspection by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration as it sells plates, bowls, cups and cutlery – all known as food contact materials. Sebra Interior currently has the best possible Danish stamp of quality in terms of food safety, the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration’s ‘Elite Smiley’, which is only achieved by prolonged compliance with European and Danish food safety rules – something that is tested and checked by multiple announced and unannounced inspections. These inspections have each demonstrated that Sebra Interior meets the approved standards.
Sebra Interior is Danish design founded in 2004 by Mia Dela. They design quality furniture, textiles, toys and accessories for children, for their rooms and surroundings.
Mia left Kolding School of Design in Denmark in 2001 as a trained designer. Mia then worked for several years as a designer.
She became mother for the first time in late 2002. During this period, she started to decorate a room for her son Gustav. She did not find any children interior collections on the market that were to her liking in quality and design. So Sebra was born.
Sebra Interiør is about modern design and an innovative choice of colours, combined with old kinds of hand crafts such as crocheting and knitting. A large part of the collection is handmade and of natural materials such as wood and cotton.
Safety and quality are of very high importance for Sebra.