Commissioned Bear (Adopted) . . .
A 16" tall, two-tone mohair bear with growler.
She has ultrasuede pads with accent shading, embroidered nose and claw detail, black glass eyes. I have weighted this little lady with steel shot to give her a tactile quality. She's nut and bolt 5-way jointed.
Accessorised with a simple bow and befitting to her name I added an ivy leaf silver pendant (pictured below).
Ivy's special pendant . . .
Commissioned for the JACQUELINE WILSON magazine, Nicholas stands 10" tall and comes complete with his PJ's and personal carry bag.
Commissioned bear (Adopted) . . .
An 18" tall growling grizzly-style brown bear. Created from distressed pile, chocolate- brown mohair he features a centre-seam head design and black suedette trapunto paw and foot pads with additional embroidered claw detail.
Fully nut, bolt and cotter pin jointed he is filled with wood wool, cotton fibre, plastic pellets and steel shot for added weight. He has black glass eyes and an embroidered, glossed nose.
Bruin has been accessorised with a black stitch-detail leather collar and his own engraved brass name tag.
Commissioned bear (adopted) . . .Jayne, a centre-seam, growling girl bear standing at 12" tall, she's weighted with steel shot for a lovely tactile feel and simply accessorised with a crinkly golden bow.
Filled with heavy weight polyester, wood wool and steel shot.
Black glass eyes, wool felt pads, stitched glossed nose and some aging / accent shading to her features
Commissioned bear (adopted) . . .
This handsome, fully nut and bolt jointed, growling boy stands at 16" tall, created from a luxurious black wavy mohair, he has premium quality wool-felt paw and foot pads, black glass eyes backed with burnt orange felt discs. His nose and mouth are embroidered and glossed for definition.
He's been filled with heavyweight polyester, wood wool and, of course, lots of love.
Black bear wears a red leather collar with an engraved metal disc.
100 year commemorative musical bear. . .
One hundred years ago, on April 10, 1912, the legendary RMS Titanic, left Southampton, England on her maiden voyage to New York City.
Four days into her journey, at 11:40pm on the night of April 14th, she struck an iceberg.
. . . The rest as they say is history.
SAILOR JACK is my RMS Titanic commemorative black musical bear.
He carries the Crows Nest Key which was found to be missing on that fateful night. Could this key have helped to save the Titanic? It's said to be the key to the binoculars locked away in the Crows Nest.
He has been created from short pile black sparse mohair and has battleship grey wool felt paw and foot pads, one pad carries the White Star Line flag printed on linen.
He has black glass eyes and his embroidered nose has been sealed with a glossy finish.
He wears his White Star Line felt sailors hat and carries the key to the Crows Nest around his neck. On his front he wears the headlines of that fateful day, press the Titanic image on the newspaper and the theme music softly plays "My Heart Will Go On".
His black armband marks the year of the disaster.
He comes complete with his sewn in labels and his very own swing tag stating all his details.
ADOPTED (Sailor Jack has found a good home the USA)
Just A Note To Say . . .
I'm very happy to say that my TEDDY BEAR HOSPITAL is proving very popular and I'm currently dealing with lots of injured bears.
A direct result of this means I am temporarily unable to take much time to create new designs of my own right now.
PLEASE DO however keep your requests coming in for both my TEDDY BEAR HOSPITAL and OOAK EDENBEARS and I'll undertake the work in order of request.
It is my wish to carry out all aspects of work requested and make everyone happy
Thanks for visiting my BEARS page!