Silver Cross Classic Sleepover Pram

Silver Cross Classic Sleepover Pram

However, sometimes your husband steps in, and Mr. Practicality buys you a pair of ballet flats and insists that you will need something easy for travel for weekend get-a-ways with your little one. I have no intention of ending our weekend trips to Atlanta, Miami, the lakeā€¦ so we settled on the Silver Cross Sleepover Pram- Practical and stylish, this stroller is the chosen one of many a practical dad. The pram keeps your little one snuggled and safe, but it also works as a carrycot. (like a Moses Basket, but far more luxurious- and easy to pack!) It is still gorgeous, but has room for your Bal Harbour shopping bags, and props easily on your Ritz-Carlton bedside!

  • For over 128 years, Silver Cross has been handcrafting traditional prams from Northern England. These exquisite works of art are the hallmark of the Silver Cross heritage. The Silver Cross Balmoral pram combines stately eleganc... For over 128 years, Silver Cross has been handcrafting traditional prams from Northern England. These exquisite works of art are the hallmark of the Silver Cross heritage. The Silver Cross Balmoral pram combines stately elegance with an air of true nostalgia. The ride of the Silver Cross Balmoral is a masterpiece of carriage engineering. Each steel bodied carriage rides upon a hand-sprung chassis, cushioned with leather suspension straps and hand spoked wheels. Three coats of high shine lacquer decorate the steel body. Fine English leather and hand sprung steel provide an optimum ride. Each pram comes with a Sequentially numbered plaque and signed certificate of authenticity by the craftsman who built it.

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  • Looking at this pram, I kind of feel like I should be in England. Which sounds odd, but considering how much I've loved England every time I've visited perhaps it isn't so odd. Plus it's pink and we all know how much I love pink... Looking at this pram, I kind of feel like I should be in England. Which sounds odd, but considering how much I've loved England every time I've visited perhaps it isn't so odd. Plus it's pink and we all know how much I love pink. ;-)