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'The Bear and The Crow' textile sculpture.

 Taken from my self published story 'The Bear and the Crow' , this piece symbolises their journey together. The text from the book that represents this piece is included on a hand made small book.

 ‘The Bear was always alone until he met crow. Bear likened the feeling of not being alone to how the sun felt on his fur, except he could feel the warmth inside. Bear and Crow had no home and so they each became the others home. Bear was Crow's home and Crow was Bear's. And it was now the Bear and Crow and that would do just nicely.’


Each piece is made by me and designed by me, down to the tiny leather fish hanging from Crow's bamboo fishing rod. This is a large sculptural piece and measures approx 60cm across by 60cm tall ( these measuremants are approximate). On ordering the sculpture, you will receive it within 5-7 working days UK. Postage is UPS courier only .


 I always aim to get you the cheapest postage possible, but I will not send without insurance. You are welcome to email me regarding the postage with your address and I can get a quote for you.


all rights to this design remain with Lucy Brasher the cat in the shoe and are protected under copyright. Accept no imitations. This is an art piece and decorative hand made item only. This is not a toy and cannot withstand vigorous play.


The cat in the shoe is a member of ACID ( Anti Copying in Design). All of the cat in the shoe designs are supported by ACID through their design databank, all design rights and intellectual property rights existing in my designs, products and in images and text are and will remain property of the cat in the shoe. We will treat any infringement of these rights seriously.

The Bear and The Crow, Textile Sculpture.

  • I do not accept refunds,Every item is hand made by , and due to the nature of handmade will always differ slightly from the image. Please do think carefully before you make your purchase. These are not mass produced factory items. 


    In the rare event there is a fault , I would request photographic evidence of this and then we can discuss how best to proceed.