Teddy Hermann Teddy Bear with paw pads - 55cm

Teddy Hermann Teddy Bear with paw pads - 55cm

Regular price£67.50

  • 2-4 Days UK Mainland Delivery (£5.99)
  • 30 days Hassle Free Returns
  • Washable at 30°C
  • Very Cuddly!
  • Item No: 913207

This exceptionally plush teddy bear is crafted by Teddy Hermann, one of the foremost teddy bear creators in the world.

Big Brown Bear stands at 55cm and features distinctive big paw print pads that differentiate him from other teddy bears. Incredibly soft, he is ideal for cuddling both at bedtime and during the day. 

The craftsmanship and design of Teddy Hermann are evident in this charming light brown teddy, which boasts intricately stitched paw prints on his feet pads. These pads, in a soft beige plush, complement the colour of his snout perfectly.

This delightful teddy bear features dual-tone plastic eyes, a soft velvety black nose, a weighted bottom for stability, and a radiant warm smile.

An excellent gift for both boys and girls, this teddy bear is sure to become a cherished companion for many years.

The bear is washable at 30°C and is made using brand-new materials, including polyester fiber fill.

A super gift for boys and girls

Made from all new materials with polyester fibres stuffing


Washable at 30°C

UK Mainland Shipping

2 - 4 business days - £5.99

Europe, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands

2-11 business days - £14.99

Rest of World

3-17 business days -£35.99

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Welcome to Asquiths

ASQUITHS was established in 1984 and became one of the World's first Teddy Bear Shops. In March 2023 Asquiths passed into the safe hands of Rachel and has moved to its new home, still within Henley on Thames.

The Teddy Bears and some of their furry friends can be found in their new Grade II listed home in the centre of Henley and just a short stroll from the river Thames. 

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