This awesome Fairytale set of The Pied Piper and his rats from The Isabelle Collection by Charlie Bears is limited to just 175 pieces and it comes in a special presentation box.
The Pied Piper is a well known Fairytale by the Brothers Grimm. The legend of the Pied Piper tells of a man in multi-coloured or pied clothing, who is tasked with luring rats away from the town by playing his magical flute, but when the townspeople refuse to pay for his services, he retaliates by luring the children away from their parents, never to be heard from again.
Busker, the Pied Piper is made from beautiful skin toned mohair which has been cleverly sculpted to create his defined face. He wears an exquisite patchwork outfit and a coordinating hat finished with a bright yellow feather that sits on top of his bushy shoulder length hair. He carries his wooden flute and is accompanied by three rats, Whistle, Hum and Murmur who are crafted from black, grey and russet brown mohair. These adorable rats all have big ears, a long tail, a small, pink hand-stitched nose and whiskers. They all wear scarves and charms around their necks.
Each piece has a numbered certificate and there is a separate limited edition certificate for the complete set.
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!”
Out of Stock - £189.00
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