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Baby Elvie Beth - 14in MOHAIR Premmie Artist Bear by Emmas Bears - OOAK

  • $320.00


Baby Elvie Beth

By Emma and Mark Nicholson

14" (38cm)

Name: Elvie Beth
Born: 30/8/16
Time: 9:36pm
Weight: 2lb 7oz

This beautiful little bear has been inspired by those gorgeous 'reborn' realistic baby dolls. This bub is 'premmie' size, measuring in at just under 40cm long and just over 2lbs in weight. The weighting has been evenly distributed throughout her body with a mix of glass and steel shot in her head, tummy, arms and legs. She's fully jointed with a sturdy T-pin jointed neck that has been left with a little more movement then our standard bears. Combined with her heavy head, this gives the bear a very realistic feel when you pick her up as you will feel like you need to support her head when you hold her. It also allows for her to tuck into some gorgeous cuddly baby positions. (Please note that even though Elvie does have a heavy, wobbly head she can still sit upright if you'd prefer to pose her like this). 


This bub has the cutest, grouchy little expression on her face thanks to those thick curls falling over her eyes. She has been made from a luxury Schulte curly kid mohair in a soft butter-cream colouring. She looks out through big dark deluxe glass eyes with faux suede whites and has a hand embroidered shimmery beige perle cotton nose. We've hand pulled and shaded her 3D paw pads, and given her some subtle facial shading as well. 

Elvie wears a brand new, fully removable Pumpkin Patch pink dress, and a black and white spotted 'Thankyou' brand newborn disposable nappy (if you have a moment, it's definitely worth checking out all that the Thankyou company are doing - they're incredibly inspiring). She also comes with her brand new Pumpkin Patch oversized fluffy pink owl hat and little flower wrist-rattle. 

Elvie Beth is a one of a kind artist bear, and an absolute delight to cuddle. 

 

~*~ Please Note that these bears are designed to be Adult Collectables and not intended for infants and young children due to small parts (eyes) and potential for damage (excessive limb twisting/ busted seams etc) – however child safe versions can be custom made and I would think that the bears would be fine with sensible, gentle children (yes – I am sure they exist!) Convo me if you have any concerns. ~*~