Tuesday, April 25, 2006

I don't mind buying items that need a little fixing, though they tend to wait a long time for repair on the 'to-do' list. Mint quality at times can be out of my price range. This wooden puppet lost two paws (left photo) during its possibly 100 year existence. I replaced them with a bit of matching cedar and as you can see, he's happy to finally jump on all fours.


Blogger jessica said...

hey! i like those bears. they look cute. where could i get one of those? i'd like to give my son those little bears.

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11:12 PM  
Blogger Chief-Ten-Bears said...

I've only seen these antique black forest puppet bears on eBay UK and they usually go for $60-120us. I'm afraid they're a bit too flimsy (and expensive) for children but I'm sure it's possible find someone who can make one for you based on these photos.

11:32 PM  
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