Free & Fast shipping on all UK orders
Coronavirus Update: We are operating as normal.

Here For You Penny Bear Michael Simpson

£44.95

In Stock

|

Free UK Delivery

Delivered to You in 1-2 days

Return within 30 days for full refund or exchange

More info...

Dimensions 3.5 cm tall
Brand Richard Cooper Company
Article Number 14431
Model Number 3010

These enchanting bears have been expertly brought to life by the talented sculptor Michael Simpson and skilfully immortalised in foundry bronze.

Each bear is beautifully boxed and presented.

Includes a hand engraved 'Penny Bear' sentiment coin.

Includes gift card to write an optional short message.

Captivating gifts you will treasure forever. 

All bronzes are produced using the lost wax method. Each solid bronze bear is decorated and finished using the traditional method of patination and comes beautifully boxed.

FREE DELIVERY.

Feb 2015 release.

What Our Customers Have to Say About Our Service...

"Hi Just to let you know I have received my Bronze which I ordered from you, and to say that I am extremely happy with my purchase and the speedy service I received. Many Thanks "

Patricia

"

Hi Stephen, Just an hour after your reply re the cheque , my friend rang to say that the frogs had just arrived in Sheffield safe and sound. I would like to thank you for the patience that you have shown me. I would like to say that I would have no hesitation in dealing with you again, and would recommend you to anyone. Thank you again. Barbara Stone

The statue arrived this morning in perfect condition. We bought it for my mum and she was over the moon! Thank you for your quick and professional service. Best wishes

"

Carol Griffin

"My Discobolus arrived safely today, well packaged and protected and very promptly. Many thanks for letting me know it was available again. I'm really pleased with it, in fact it's excellent! As I said earlier, I've been looking for one for many years and hadn't found a decent one I could afford. This one is superb. Many versions just don't look right and quite a few seem to be copied from the one in the British Museum, which has the head in the wrong position. HIGHLY DELIGHTED!!"

David