The beloved classic character Peter Rabbit from the series of books written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter is brought to life in a live action/CGI film. In this adventure for the big screen, the mischievous rabbit and his family take over the farm, throwing an endless party of fruits, vegetables, and bad behavior! But, when a younger and more fastidious McGregor arrives to claim his inheritance, Peter is determined to keep the party going at the farm. It’s not long before Peter realises he has a formidable foe in the young McGregor, who is also falling for the local painter (and the rabbits’ surrogate mother), Bea. Now, Peter will stop at nothing to drive McGregor away as the two go to war over the garden and Bea’s affection.
This charming soft toy version of Peter Rabbit has been crafted from beautiful brown and cream plush fabrics and wears his iconic blue jacket with buttons.
Margarete Steiff GmbH is the oldest and most famous teddy bear and soft toy manufacturer in the world. Founded in 1880 by Margarete Steiff, the company motto is “Only the best is good enough for our children”. Credited with inventing the first teddy bear in 1902, the company is best known for its “Button in Ear” trademark.
Peter Rabbit and all associated characters ™ & © Frederick Warne & Co Limited. Peter Rabbit™, the Movie ©2018 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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....
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...