Please note that delivery of this piece is due to begin in May 2020. This is an advance order and payment is taken when the order is placed and your order will be dispatched to you as soon as he arrives in stock after this time. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch with us!
Puss in Boots made his first appearance in the fantastic DreamWorks Animation Shrek 2. Steiff’s interpretation of Puss in Boots; the fearless feline with the magical gaze, is made from the finest ginger and cream mohair, carefully airbrushed and finished with fabulous embroidered details. He features a gold plated 'Button in Ear', wears a magnificent plumed hat crafted from black wool felt, faux leather boots and he has striking green eyes. He carries with him a metal sword holstered in a belt and he has delicate whiskers.
Puss in Boots is limited to only 1,500 pieces and comes with his numbered certificate in a Steiff gift box with its original protective cardboard outer sleeve.
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.
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