Teddy-Fabrik - by HERMANN-Coburg

Wiesn-Liesel Oktoberfest Teddy Bear
Teddy Bear by Hermann-Coburg

Wiesn-Liesel Oktoberfest Teddy BearTeddy Bear by Hermann-Coburg

Product no.: 19985-2

Price:

169,00 EUR

19 % VAT incl. excl. Shipping costs

Wiesn-Liesel Oktoberfest Teddy Bear


Material:
    valuable Mohair
    Excelsior filling
    Growler voice
    valuable traditional folclore dressing with detailed embroidering

size: 35 cm // inch
limited edition in pieces: 100
HERMANN Oktoberfest Edition 2014
Made in Germany - Hergestellt in Deutschland

 


Attention!
Valuable collector’s item. This product is not a toy in the sence of the toy guideline (2009/48/EC Attachment I, 2 c + d). This product is intended only for adult collectors with an age of 14 years and over.



Mohiar, finest Material for Teddybears

Mohair is made from one of nature`s finest sources for natural fiber, the Angora goat. This special fur is very long and naturally wavy. When sheared (this usually occurs twice a year) it is called mohair. The term "mohair" is derived from the Arabian word "Muhayar" which literally means "the fabric of goat hair". Despite the name similarity there is no relation to the Angora rabbit.

The collection of this noble hair does not require any animals to be harmed!

Angora goats are a delicate animal and are very sensitive to temperature change. This requires a dependable mild climate. Summers not so hot that the meadows dry out and winters not too cold. In the entire world there are only three regions that consistently meet these ideal conditions: Texas, USA, South Africa and Turkey.

The fur of the Angora go at is naturally white, curly and shiny. Its fibers have a remarkable strength when made into a pile fabric. These characteristics together with the noble appearance, silky feel and sheen make mohair one of the finest fibers offered by nature.


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