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VILAC toys from France
VILAC musical blocks
The musical blocks are wooden activity blocks for children, shake experience and hear the sounds and music. The VILAC musical blocks are available in different variants and colours.
Toys with music VILAC knows what to do with the tea service with music, a children's service with music when you pour the tea, the children's song "Keteltje fat of belly" sounds. Would you rather beat a drum or a tambourine or is a xylophone your favorite toy instrument?
The wooden VILAC magnets come in all kinds of vehicles, to jungle and farm animals and wooden letter magnets to make words with, suitable for children from 2 years old and happy to be given as a birthday, Sinterklaas and Christmas present.
The chess game with Ingela with the beautifully illustrated chess pieces is a must have and the games with tons such as lotto, bingo and of course the well-known game cases containing all kinds of games.
VILAC wooden toys renewed
VILAC wooden toys, originality and quality go hand in hand and they get better every year. The wooden drawing figures, wooden puzzles, wooden magnets and musical instruments have a prominent place in our range.
In recent years she has been working with new illustrators who give the toys a contemporary and trendy look. Ingela P Arhenius, Michlle Carlslund and now also Suzy Ultman all have successful collaborations with this French toy brand and we are happy with that.
VILAC toys since 1911
The VILAC history goes back to 1911 to the village of Moirans-en-Montagne, French toy capital, when Narcisse Villet created a small craft workshop called "Maison Villet".
In 1951, Villet's sons took over the small workshop and did nothing with it for years. The name VILAC was created in 1979, a combination of "Vi" and "lac", the lacquer that colors the toy.
In 1985, VILAC was taken over by Hervé Halgand, who kept the tradition of turned wooden toys. In 2007, VILAC obtained the label Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant, a know-how label of the Regional Natural Park of Haut-Jura.