Red Panda Edinburgh - Bearhouse Charlie Bears Plush Toy 2022
Size of 41 cm - Quarter 2 - Bearhouse Bears Collection 2022 -
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Do you know the secret world of the marvelous English Bears from the Charlie Bears Collection?
Charlotte and William MORRIS founded Charlie Bears in England in 2005, starting with a first collection of 12 Bears....
All Bears and characters are created by Charlotte (Charlie) .
Handcrafted with love, each bear has its own unique characteristics and that's why Charlie Bears are the only bears known to have personality .
The world of these exceptional stuffed animals includes 4 superb collections :
- Charlie Bears plush
- Bearhouse Bears
- Minimo Mohair
- Isabelle Mohair
Bearhouse Bears are delightful non-articulated figures in various sizes that have been created in soft plush materials
and designed to appeal to our young collectors, although they are equally at home in the arms of our adult collectors!
They are machine washable and are recommended for our collectors aged 18 months and over .
The Edinburgh Red Panda is a mammal native to the Himalayas.
It is sewn from luxurious brown and red plush, with darker brown and black areas at the legs.
Its small, round face has patches of white hair on its cheeks, eyebrows, muzzle, and ears.
He has a gorgeous long, fluffy striped tail, and the underside of his legs have a super soft suede feel.
He wears a pretty orange organza bow.
Edinburgh has bright eyes, outlined in white felt, which gives her an even brighter look....
- 2022 Collection - Quarter 2 - Plush Bearhouse Bears
- Waist from 41 cm - 16 inch
- Not Articulated
- Created by Isabelle Lee (in association with Charlotte Morris)
- Machine washable
- Recommended from the age of 18 months
- Tested to European safety standards EN71
The wildlife characters were chosen because they are all endangered species.
These zoos play an important role, ensuring that these animals can continue to leave their mark in the wild.