St George – The Knight

£29.95

St. George is the patron saint of England. His emblem, a red cross on a white background, is the flag of England, and part of the British Union Jack flag. St. George’s emblem was adopted by Richard The Lion Heart and brought to England in the 12th century. St. George’s Day is celebrated on the 23rd April. One of the best-known stories about Saint George is his fight with a dragon. This Great British Knight is a lover not a fighter and prefers a good cuddle! George wears silver coloured wool “chain mail” beneath a white cotton tunic embroidered with the St George Cross. His leatherette belt even has a working brass buckle. We would love to see pictures of you with your bears, please upload them at share our bear

If you are looking for a traditional teddy bear then look no further than St George the Knight. The infamous teddy bear comes with an imitation steel armour outfit, ready to fight and protect you.

St George the Knights story can be found here

Each Great British Teddy Bear is fully jointed and 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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  Greetings my bear friends! It is I, the heroic and fearless St George bear, here to entertain you again with another heroic bear tale. I have had many adventures since I saw you last. But let me tell you about my recent encounter with a sea monster! I had just visited Rome; it is the most magnificent city in the ancient world, full of riches, lavish buildings and exotic markets. I was travelling towards England by horse.