Tommy is the less common smaller size of Chiltern
Tommy is a sweet little Chiltern bear dating from the 1940s to 1950s. He is fully jointed with glass eyes and embroidered features, and has had his paw pads replaced by material at some point in the past . He has only a smattering of his mohair fur left, and like most old bears has a non-working internal squeaker. He measures only 12.5 inches tall from ear to paw. These smaller bears are less common than the standard size, and are quite popular as they take up little room when space is at a premium. This dear little chap would fit nicely into a collection of bears. Thank you for looking.