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Plastic lego LEGO Juniors 10765 Disney Princess Ariel's Underwater Concert rtya04

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Product description

Product code: rtya04

  • This toy is most suitable for children aged 4 to 7 years old
  • LEGO Juniors sets include Easy to Build models with Starter Brick bases, plus a simple guide to get children building and playing quickly
  • LEGO Juniors building toys are compatible with all LEGO construction sets for creative building
  • Includes a Disney Princess Ariel mini-doll figure, plus Flounder, Sebastian and dolphin figures
  • Features a carriage with Starter Brick element and a seat for Ariel to sit on
  • This set also includes an archway with crown decoration, stage with a microphone and seaweed elements, an opening treasure chest with space on top for Flounder, plus a drum set with space for Sebastian
  • Accessory elements include a pair of binoculars, diamond element, a glass and a buildable treasure chest and drum set

It's time for an underwater, enchanted adventure with LEGO Juniors 10765 Disney Princess Ariel's Underwater Concert!

You can attend LEGO Juniors 10765 Ariel’s Underwater Concert with Disney Princess Ariel and all her friends!

Guide the dolphin through the archway to drop Ariel off by the stage and open the treasure chest and look through Ariel’s latest finds. Set Ariel up on the stage behind the microphone and get ready to perform.


Product specifications

Brand
LEGO
Country of Origin
Denmark
Dimensions
Packaged: 14 x 5 x 19cm. Carriage measures over 1” (4cm) high, 2” (7cm) long and 1” (4cm) wide. Archway measures over 4” (12cm) high and 3” (9cm) wide.
Lego Type
LEGO Juniors
Material
Plastic
Model name / number
10765
Number of pieces
92
Suitable From
4 years
Toy Character
Disney
Warning!
Not suitable for children under 4 years.
Weight

Weight

Unpackaged weight

180g

Brand information

The company that was destined to become LEGO started life as being a small workshop that produced wooden toys, run by Ole Kirk Christiansen in 1932. The name ‘LEGO’ was adopted in 1934, coming from the Danish phrase ‘leg godt’, which means ‘play well’. It wasn’t until 1947 that they started producing plastic toys, with the first version of the now infamous interlocking bricks coming in 1949.

They weren’t quite the bricks that people are used to nowadays, being made from a different material and having a slightly different locking system. It was actually Christiansen’s son Godtfred Kirk that saw the potential for the bricks to become a tool for creative play and in 1958, the modern brick design was born. From this date, despite variation in the design and purpose of individual pieces over the years, each remains compatible in some way with previous pieces. So you could have a LEGO set from 1958 and it would still be completely compatible with a modern set.

Since the 1960, thousands of sets have been released covering everything from Aliens to the Wild West. The only area that the company has never tackled directly is military-themed sets, because Ole Kirk set a policy that they must never make war seem like child’s play. The largest ever LEGO set to date is a scale-model of the Taj Mahal, which was made out of 5922 pieces.

The LEGO Group's motto is ‘det bedste er ikke for godt’, which roughly translates to "only the best is the best". Ole Kirk Christiansen came up with this phrase to encourage workers to always produce the highest quality toys possible.

Nowadays, LEGO makes a vast range of toys for all ages, as well as teaching materials for children, which are distributed in over 130 countries. The company has approximately 10,000 employees and is the world's third largest manufacturer of play materials.