Tuesday, September 4, 2012


I loooove doing theme oriented bears and had lots of fun with this Hallowe'en piece. His name is Lorcan McDaegle and he is a good witch -he just wants his fair share of candy on Hallowe'en lol. I have listed him on Ebay, with a buy it now, for a change.  You can see his auction by clicking here. This will be my last bear before we come back from holidays, towards the end of September.  His shipping is $15.00 UPS to most places in North America and Small Air Package to Europe.  All other destinations, please email for a shipping quote. 

Lorcan is 3 1/4 i nches tall, made from hand dyed German Shulte mohair, that has been very distressed and aged.  There are some small patches missing mohair and he has a few stains. Lorcan is fully disc-jointed and stuffed with tradional excelsior for a vintage feel.  He is gently waiting with stainless steel shot and granulate.   He has tiny amber glass eyes and a sparse waxed nose.  Lorcan has tiny distressed holes in his paws, where bits of excelsior show through.  His face, ears and paws have been shaded with permanent dye for an antique look.  Lorcan wears a witches hat and and matching collar, hand made from art paper and crepe paper.  They are both removable.

Lorcan comes with his little collector pumpkin tin - he fits nicely inside, without his hat on.  The tin has lovely hallowe'n graphics on it.  He also comes with two decorations - one resin ornament of 3 pumpkins, a ghost and moon, that says BOO!, the second one has two vintage hallowe'en reproduction graphics, soldered between two glass microscope slides, with a black rhinestone and black organza ribbon.  This piece is designed and made entirely by me, except for the tin and pumpkin ornament.  It is a collectible and not meant for children and will come with a signed hang-tag.  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email me, and thanks for peeking.  :o)



Joanne@ Desertmountainbear said...

Wonderful set. I love everything together. Lorcan is the most perfect color for a fall bear.

Brenda said...

You are so sweet, Joanne - thanks for taking the time to leave a comment on my blog - I appreciate it. :o)