Bunny Popsicle Iron On Patch – Bohin is part of a cute collection of animal ice cream patches.
Besides the Bunny Popsicle Iron On Patch – Bohin, you can find more of their products here.
Since 1833, BOHIN France has preserved this unique heritage in order to maintain the high quality of its products.
Heir of a glorious industrial past based on the learning of a know-how perpetrated since the 16th century, the Bohin company distributes and produces in its manufacture nearly 2,300 items among which are their famous sewing needles, craft needles, pins, pins with Murano glass heads, pin forks, stuffing pins, pelote bracelets, dressing staples.
In 1833, Benjamin BOHIN was 11 years old. He was the son of an iron object and wooden box manufacturer. His dream was to take over the family business to start serial production. After two refusals and three runaways, Benjamin ended up achieving his goal. As a smart and very handy artist, respected and inspiring leader, he managed to establish an empire. The BOHIN family is a family of inventors: we owe it to Benjamin for the protective cases for needles, the safety pin and many other products. Benjamin was a visionary and his travels influenced local debates. He said: “Let’s not forget that China’s opening will soon obligate us to live in a more competitive environment here at home and abroad as they expand throughout the world.” As far as fierce competition is concerned, Benjamin BOHIN plays the “Made in France” card: “Fight against unemployment, buy French”. Benjamin died in 1911 after a life that saw the completion of many beautiful projects.