Imagine, its 1972, and a group of 20 or so friends are searching for a common project that will provide both work and a certain way of life. The group decides to purchase an old mill that has fallen into ruins. They renovate the mill bit by bit so that their families can move in and live there together as a commune. The adventure begins with screen printing and craft items (lamps, jewellery, decorative items . . . )At first Moulin Roty launches 2 toys, a car made of wood and sponge and a soft doll made of cloth (the ‘douillette’). Both items propel the association into the world of children’s toys. Today we know Moulin Roty for it's high quality toys and decoration, always with a hint to the "good old days"
‘Yesterday’s toys for today’s children’