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The brand sees a huge peak in sales after their product is posted on Instagram by Khloe Kardashian

The Mama-of-Three brand sees a huge peak in sales at night after its $ 229 commode was on Khloe Kardashian’s Instagram profile

  • A Melbourne mother has seen a huge peak in sales last week
  • Tiny Harlow was featured on Khloe Kardashian’s Instagram with True Thompson
  • Ebony Stevenson said the Kardashian is the first to have the $ 229 commode
  • The purpose of Tiny Harlow is to re-introduce classic, hereditary family toys

A Melbourne-based mother of three has seen a huge peak in the sales of her children’s brand after one of her products appeared on Khloe Kardashian’s Instagram profile this week.

Ebony Stevenson, 29, told FEMAIL that the Kardashian sister was the first in the world to receive the new $ 229 from Tiny Harlow Chest of drawers, designed for children to ‘change’ the diapers of their doll – and it has already had a huge impact.

“True Thompson was the first in the world to receive the Tiny Harlow changeover station!” a delighted Ebony said.

A mother from Melbourne (photo) has seen a huge peak in the turnover of her children's brand after one of her products appeared on the Instagram profile of Khloe Kardashian this week

A mother from Melbourne (photo) has seen a huge peak in the sales of her children’s brand after one of her products appeared on Khloe Kardashian’s Instagram profile this week

Ebony Stevenson, 29, told FEMAIL that the Kardashian sister was the first in the world to receive the new $ 229 commode from Tiny Harlow (see photo)

Ebony Stevenson, 29, told FEMAIL that the Kardashian sister was the first in the world to receive the new $ 229 change table from Tiny Harlow (see photo)

The changing table (depicted with True) is designed for children to 'change' their dolls - it is handmade from rattan

The changing table (depicted with True) is designed for children to 'change' their dolls - it is handmade from rattan

Ebony Stevenson, 29, told FEMAIL that the Kardashian sister was the first in the world to get hold of Tiny Harlow’s new $ 229 chest of drawers (True left and right), designed for children to “change” the diapers of their dolls – and it has had a huge impact

Khloe described the Australian brand as “the cutest stuff” and said her friend Loren Ridinger introduced her to the line, which her one-year-old daughter True now loves.

Loren Ridinger is the Senior Executive Vice President of internet retailing giants marketamerica.com and SHOP.COM.

Since Tiny Harlow was featured on Khloe’s Instagram profile, Ebony has enjoyed huge sales success.

The sales figures have increased the brand enormously, while she has grown her business from a few hundred followers Instagram last year to 24,000 this week.

“I think we had around 2,000 followers this time last year, and we did that more than ten times in ten months, so it was crazy how fast it grew,” Ebony said.

She added that they have sold almost the entire assortment that Khloe sold out on her Instagram stories and had a lot of interest – especially from the US.

Khloe (photo) described the Australian brand as “the cutest stuff” and said her friend Loren Ridinger introduced her to the line, which her one-year-old daughter True now loves

The Tiny Harlow range includes doll's prams, basins, baskets and trucks made by hand from rattan and natural materials (pictured)

The Tiny Harlow range includes doll's prams, basins, baskets and trucks made by hand from rattan and natural materials (pictured)

The Tiny Harlow range includes doll’s prams, basins, baskets and trucks made by hand from rattan and natural materials (pictured)

This is not the first time Khloe has given Tiny Harlow items to True.

Earlier this year, the 35-year-old gave her daughter Tiny Harlow’s rattan high chair for dolls, which is currently sold out online.

“If True Thompson has a Tiny Harlow high chair in her dream loft! So special, “says the brand.

The team behind Tiny Harlow also tagged Kylie Jenner and begged her to buy a pair of Tiny Harlow items for Stormi.

The inspiration for the Tiny Harlow range came from the idea of ​​Ebony (photo) that toys from the past were handmade and made with patience and love, but this is no longer the case

The inspiration for the Tiny Harlow range came from the idea of ​​Ebony (photo) that toys from the past were handmade and made with patience and love, but this is no longer the case

The inspiration for the Tiny Harlow range came from the idea of ​​Ebony (photo) that toys from the past were handmade and made with patience and love, but this is no longer the case

Ebony started with a 'mission to bring the quality and unique beauty of this heritage toy back to the modern world' (pictured toys)

Ebony started with a 'mission to bring the quality and unique beauty of this heritage toy back to the modern world' (pictured toys)

Ebony started with a ‘mission to bring the quality and unique beauty of this heritage toy back to the modern world’ (pictured toys)

The inspiration for the Tiny Harlow range came from Ebony’s idea that toys from the past were handmade and made with patience and love, but this is no longer the case.

“They were of such high quality that they became family heritage,” she said.

“We had a mission to bring the quality and unique beauty of this heritage toy back to the modern world.”

Prices for Tiny Harlow (pictured toys) range from around $ 95 to $ 279, while the products are designed and made in Melbourne and Indonesia

Prices for Tiny Harlow (pictured toys) range from around $ 95 to $ 279, while the products are designed and made in Melbourne and Indonesia

Prices for Tiny Harlow (pictured toys) range from around $ 95 to $ 279, while the products are designed and made in Melbourne and Indonesia

The Tiny Harlow range includes doll’s prams, basinets, baskets and handmade rattan trucks and natural materials.

Prices range from around $ 95 to $ 279 while the products are designed and made in Melbourne and Indonesia.

Visit the website for more information about Tiny Harlow here.

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