Teddy Bear Mister Ashley

by Ekaterina Filippova
Size: 11½″, one of a kind
Category: Bears

Teddy Bear Mister Ashley

The Bear was created from German Plush, filled with fiberfill and glass granules for weight. His nose is sculpted of wool. Hi’s got glass eyes.

The body is connected to the head with a skeleton. Open-close mouth looks unbealivable for this size of bear. The neck bends. Arms and legs are attached to the body with split pins. All paws also wired inside so the bear is very vivid and moving, almost like the real. The author's technology of manufacturing and installing claws, they are sewn to the legs. They don't break, don't jump out.

Bear can stand alone on two legs. You just need to find a balance.

Unique author pattern, so the figure of the Mister Ashley as a real bear. He is very beautiful when stand on two or four legs, or sit with bent knees. 100% hanmade.

Mister Ashley wears red hat and blue scarf. 100% hanmade.

The bear comes with a certificate.

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