The exquisite 2017 Sonneberg Museum teddy bear from Hermann Spielwaren is made from the finest golden mohair which was chosen and dyed especially for this bear based on a colour from an old catalogue of dye colours from the 1950's and 1960's. He is filled with wood shavings, has a traditional tilt growler and is finished with a beautiful satin ribbon and a fabric brooch featuring the bear and running dog from Hermann Spielwaren's logo.
He is limited to just 100 pieces.
German teddy bear manufacturer Hermann Spielwaren was founded by Max Hermann in 1920. Today the company is based in Coburg and is run by his grandchildren, Dr Ursula and Martin Hermann.
Before Richard Steiff's revolutionary invention of joints to make teddy bears move, wheels on a frame were used. The bear on wheels was produced as early as 1894 and have been found to be made as big as 100cm. This delightful 17cm replica of the bear on wheels is of...
Steiff's charming 1909 replica teddy bear is made from the finest brown mohair, and he exudes the character of the bears from a period of Steiff's history which would have been witness to visits by Margarete Steiff to the factory. This exquisite replica has been stuffed with wood shavings and...
Please note that this bear is due to begin delivery in March 2019. This is an advance order and your bear will be dispatched as soon as he arrives in stock after this time. The 1910 replica teddy bear is inspired by bears of the age that embodied completely the...