Nanook at the beach

Tah Da! Here Ladies and Gentleman, fresh from the snowy Arctic, is Nanook the Pierrot Polar Bear

A long time ago there were small troupes of Pierrot on every beach, keeping children and adults amused with their antics. Alas no more but we thought we would keep your summer happy with Nanook an old fashioned Pierrot bear.

Why you may ask is a polar bear playing the sunny beaches of English holiday resorts? It’s a long story, too long for a blog posting, but basically every bear deserves to get a tan and warm up before the long cold winter and Nanook is no different. He saw the advert, thought I can sing and dance and next thing he was hearing laughter ringing in his beary ears working the beaches from Penzance to Scarborough.

Nanook is made of high quality wool felt in beautiful gentle colours. A limited edition of just five he is made with love and care here in TheBigForest hut in sunny England.

Nanook comes wrapped in tissue and snug in a lovely sturdy old fashioned box with a certificate of authenticity from TheBigForest Maker in Chief, Benjamin.

Nanook is one of the Orson Bear Series from TheBigForest and stands 14 inches high from the top of his ears to the tip of his claws. See him over at Esty here.

We can also personalise your Nanook bear. Just let us know and we can add a name in beautiful machine embroidery to his Pierrot’s bag. Nanook makes a unique present or gift.

About TheBigForest

We are TheBigForest. Two silly artist makers creating in felt and paper construction. Like us on Facebook: TheBigForest. Find us at Twitter : twitter/TheBigForestuk

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