The first Schylling toy: a mechanical flying bird imported from France, similar to the one Harvard grad and Massachusetts resident Jack Schylling spotted in Harvard Square. He founded the Rowley-based company in 1975 and though a lot has changed in those decades — today, along with continuing to import toys, half of Schylling's shelves are stocked with originals designed in-house — one thing has stayed the same. Timeless, retro-inspired toys with a nostalgic feel have stayed Schylling's specialty, from Jack in the Boxes to porcelain tea sets to collectors' tin toys.
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Today’s the day to kick-start their big dreams.
Forget the super-trendy toys this holiday season — and go for these charming vintage finds instead. We've curated a special selection of classic pianos, puzzles, teaching clocks are more — all designed to last for generations.
Retro ride-on cars, charming tea sets, and more playroom picks that never go out of style.