Milo the greyhound is sculpted from gorgeous soft grey and white plush and he has long legs and endearing eyes. Milo is part-pellet filled and he wears an red and gold trimmed collar. Milo is part of The Queen's Beasts Collection by Charlie Bears that celebrates the ten creatures that guard the entrance to Westminster Abbey, where Her Majesty the Queen of England was crowned in 1953. After the coronation, they were moved to the Canadian Museum of History in Quebec. Each beast supports a shield bearing a coat of arms of a family associated Queen Elizabeth II and her ancestry.
Milo is part of an individually number edition of just 2,000 pieces and he represents the White Greyhound of Richmond, which was a badge of John of Grant, Earl of Richmond, son of Edward III. It was also used by Henry IV and especially by Henry VII. The Greyhound was the most favoured canine breed in Northern England.
Charlie Bears was founded by keen bear enthusiasts Charlotte and William Morris in November 2005. The company is based in Launceston in Cornwall and its motto is "There is always room for one more bear!”
Hermann Spielwaren celebrate their 100th Jubilee in 2020 and have created this very special teddy bear to mark the occasion. Made from finest warm blond mohair; this handsome bear wears a green satin ribbon printed in gold with their distinguished logo and features beautifully embroidered feet with the celebratory dates,...
This exquisite Steiff elephant gives a respectful nod to the little elephant pin cushion that so modestly began the company in 1880. To celebrate Steiff's 140th Jubilee, this elephant has been crafted from the finest grey mohair and wears a resplendent navy blue and golden yellow trimmed saddle decorated with...
This exquisite Steiff elephant gives a respectful nod to the little elephant pin cushion that so modestly began the company in 1880. To celebrate Steiff's 140th Jubilee, this elephant has been crafted from the finest soft winter white plush fabric and wears a resplendent blue and golden yellow trimmed saddle....