Elves and the Shoemaker by Charlie Bears


Four magical bears inspired by the classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale.


(Plus £7.50 postage & handling).


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Elves and the Shoemaker by Charlie Bears

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Charlie Morris – the founder of Charlie Bears – loves fairy tales, and one of her favourites is “The Elves and the Shoemaker”. So much so, she was inspired to recreate the story in teddy bear form.

Working alongside the world-renowned teddy bear artist, Isabelle Lee, Charlie Bears have brilliantly brought to life Brogan the Shoemaker and his busy team of elves – Bootlace, Buckle and Ribbons – in fabulous mohair.

Only 175 sets of this charming quartet have ever been made for collectors worldwide. We have been given special access to the last remaining sets especially for Danbury Mint customers.

Shoemaker is 11½" standing and the Elves are 6½" standing


Orders for non-personalised products which are in stock should be delivered within about a week. Personalised products may take longer.

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