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Little Edward, Christopher Robin's Teddy Bear

Little Edward, Christopher Robin's Teddy Bear by Merrythought

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Little Edward, Christopher Robin's Teddy Bear
by Merrythought

IN STOCK!

We are delighted to offer our collectors the opportunity to own the beautiful Teddy bear featured in the major motion picture, GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Edward by Merrythought. He is the ultimate bear for devoted Winnie-the-Pooh fans.


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Edward is a beautiful 11 inch replica of the Teddy bear who famously inspired AA Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh stories. Originally created by Farnell in 1921, Daphne Milne purchased Edward Teddy from Harrods as a birthday gift for her son, Christopher Robin. Christopher formed a unique bond with his beloved Teddy and the two became the best of friends. Following a trip to the London Zoo, the young boy later renamed his bear after a beloved resident of the zoo, a black bear named Winnipeg, nicknamed 'Winnie' for short, and a swan named Pooh. Christopher's father, AA Milne, was enamored by the wonderful friendship he witnessed between a boy and his Teddy bear and was inspired to pen stories about their journey through life together. Thus began the tales of Winnie-the-Pooh.

Handcrafted in England using the same traditional skills and materials as Christopher Robin's original Edward bear, this handsome chap features a rich, antique-golden mohair coat and pure woolen felt paws of sandy-beige. His deep amber eyes show a longing to be loved, which together with a hand-embroidered nose and his endearing smile (cotton thread), produce a quintessential charm that can only be found in a Teddy bear of such timeless design. He is 11 inches, five-way jointed and weighted with beans... perfect for hugging and holding.

Created by Merrythought as a Special Edition, each Edward bear is individually numbered and presented in a unique 'Farnell by Merrythought' gift box. Edward is the perfect companion. Begin your own adventures with Edward today. Suitable for ages 3 and up. Please remove all accessories and tags before giving to a child under the age of 3.

PLEASE NOTE: Prices may change due to changes in the British Pound/ US Dollar exchange rate.

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Little Edward, Christopher Robin's Teddy Bear
by Merrythought

Size Height : 11 inches
Edition Open Edition
Materials All-Wool Felt
Mohair
Weighted With Beans
Features Glass Eyes
Hand-Stitched Nose
Jointing Number of Joints : 5
Accessories 'Farnell by Merrythought' cloth gift box
Age Appropriate 3 and up
Country of Origin England

A History Of Fine, Handmade Teddy Bears In England Since Before 1930

Merrythought“Merrythought has been hand-making the quintessential English teddy bear in the World Heritage Site of Ironbridge, Shropshire, since 1930 and is now the last remaining British teddy bear manufacturer. The company is a fourth generation family business founded by Mr W.G Holmes in 1930 as a diversification from his mohair mill in Yorkshire. Over the years a huge range of teddy bears, soft toys, dolls, push-along toys, rocking horses and other animals have been created in the famous factory.”

- from the Merrythought website

Why The Merrythought Emblem Is A Wishbone

Merrythought wishboneThe origin of the name Merrythought derives from an archaic name for a wishbone, a symbol of 'good luck'.
The wishbone has been the company's emblem since 1930.

Merrythought wishbone

The World-Famous Merrythought Footlabel

Merrythought bears can be easily identified by the distinctive label on their footpad - traditionally on the right foot although some earlier bears may vary.

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