Adopted on 2017-08-13

14.96 inches (38 centimeters)

Basil is an OOAK bear, made of an rusty colour, antique and rare vintage fabric. He has tapered arms and is five-way jointed and is firmly filled with steel granulate and sawdust.The name 'Basil' means 'King', there is something royal about him, that's why he got the name Basil. 

Basil has a stitched nose, mouth and paws. The fabric he is made of was already distressed and I distressed his paws aswell as his footsoles to to make it all complementary. This has given him a fiercly hugged look. Basil wears a antique ribbon in an olive colour around his neck, decorated with a copper bell.


- Antique and very rare rusty brown fabric

- Glass dark topaz eyes

- Discs and joints

- Antique ribbon in olive colour

- Copper bell as decoration


- Sawdust

- Steel granulate

Ordering Information:
I offer a lay-a-way option, on terms of 50/50. The deposit is non-refundable. 
First payment in 1-2 days, second payment within 4 weeks after first payment. 
I don't charge extra costs for the lay-a-way option and I will send you an invoice for each payment. After receiving final payment, I will ship the fabric in 2-3 days. 
Postage is registered and insured and you will receive the tracking number by email. 

Taxes are the responsibility of the purchaser. The Paypal fees or Bank payment costs wil borne by the purchaser. 

If you want to use the lay-a-way option or you have a question, please contact me at
United Kingdom   €17,50  EUR      one - two weeks deliveryEurope   €20,00 EUR      one - two weeks deliveryNetherlands   €8.00 EUR      few days deliveryRest of the World   €25.00 EUR      two - three weeks delivery
I ship worldwide. Shippingcosts includes Track and Trace an insurance. If you want an additional insurance, please contact me. The costs for extra insurance will be borne by the purchaser. Shipping will be done by our national postcompany,
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classic teddy bear, heirloom, hand made bear, vintage bear, antique style bear

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