At 15", this large and cuddly friend has a honey-sweet smile that children adore. A machine washable design makes it easy to clean a kid’s plush best friend for more childhood adventures. Gift this delightful Honey Teddy bear for birthdays, holidays and special occasions and know that he will become a treasured all-day playmate or high-quality companion for older children. Bean bags included at his rear, paws and soles let him sit on a shelf, on top of a toy chest or at a kid’s table. For toddlers and babies, these bean bags in Honey are also perfect for teaching your child to grip. Every Honey bear plush is individually handmade by our skilled artisans and rigorously safety-tested because as our founder said, "Only the best is good enough for children." This sentiment is represented by our trademark "Button in Ear" on Steiff plush toys. Our Steiff Honey Teddy Bear comes in four other sizes: miniature (6"), small (7"), medium (11"), and extra-large (19").
The "Button in Ear" - a worldwide trademark of unmistakable quality
In 1904 Franz Steiff, Margarete’s nephew was looking for a way to protect Steiff products from imitation. His great idea later became the epitome of quality and handiwork: a metal button in the ear as a protection label. Initially engraved with an elephant motive, the metal button soon wore the trademark and therefore became inseparable with the brand.
"Steiff - Button in Ear" is a world wide renowned and unique trademark, which still stands for quality, richness of ideas and entrepreneurial spirit.
Please note, the button in ear is NOT removable.
Internationally renowned for its exceptional quality, Steiff still utilizes traditional materials and proven manufacturing techniques to create its unique and highly prized products.
Since 1880, Steiff has been making plush toys and collectibles that set the world standard for quality. The company is perhaps best-known for its bears -- Steiff invented the Teddy bear in 1902. Since the firm was founded by Margarete Steiff in 1880, more than 16,000 different designs for animals have been created. Vintage Steiff pieces are regularly sold on the secondary market for thousands of dollars.