Florence Nightingale

£29.95

Florence Nightingale was the founder of modern nursing and is recognised by nurses around the world. Our Florence Nightingale Bear wears a miniature of the dress once worn by ‘Nightingale nurses’, and carries a replica of her famous lamp. Her khaki canvas bag holds three little bandages so that she can nurse any injured toys she meets as she travels the globe.

The Florence Nightingale teddy bear is one of most highly detailed teddy bears. Replicating the outfit worn by nurses in that era. The bag also contains 3 bandages to provide more authenticity and detail to the Florence Nightingale teddy bear. A perfect gift for a family or friend who is a currently or has been a nurse.

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Each Great British Teddy Bear is handmade from the highest quality plush and stands 28cm tall. Every Teddy Bear and their costume has been tested to exceed all international toy safety standards: EN71 1/2/3 & ASTMF 963 CPSIA.

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Orders placed before 1PM UK time are dispatched the same day.

Deliveries within the United Kingdom take 5 days; International deliveries arrive within 10 days.

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What people have said about this bear
  1. 5 out of 5

    This has just got to be the cutest teddy bear I have ever seen. I have just bought this for my granddaughter who is absolutely obsessed with Florence Nightingale. The bear is gorgeous and extremely well made. My granddaughter has hardly stopped cuddling her.    

  2. 5 out of 5

    Really nice Florence teddy bear. Definitely worth the purchase and will buy again from British Teddies.    

  3. 5 out of 5

    Exceeded my expectations in every way. The Florence Nightingale teddy bear is perferct, it’s well made and easy to dress etc. Purchased for a young family member and she is over the moon with it.    

  4. 5 out of 5

    Florence Nightingale is a great little gift for someone and was bought for my mother and she loved it. Made her smile and to this day is a great talking point.    

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