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BIRU – A TRI-COLOURED SPECTACLED BEAR.
The name is that of a leader of one of the original local tribes and is believed to be the derivation of the country’s name, Peru! The markings are very variable and individual to each spectacled bear. Biru is a very dramatic new design based on a tri-coloured variant so the pattern for his head is very complicated. 4 different fabrics are used – 24mm black (for majority), 24mm beige for chest, under chin and spectacles; 24mm dense warm brown, 24mm dense ivory either side of muzzle. He has a black embroidered nose; airbrushed detail; 3D polymer pads on quilted ultrasuede. Firmly stuffed with growler. An absolutely stunning bear Biru has 8 joints, 2 in the neck and 1 in each wrist
 

2010



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