STEIFF OF THE MONTH: Wedding Swans Set

We’re well set in the month of June, and you don’t need to be in the business to know what that means…

It’s Summer Wedding Season!

Got a close friend that’s walking down the aisle? Looking for something uncommon that they’d never expect and yet, never quite forget?

This pièce de résistance from Steiff’s 2017 Limited Edition collection might just be what you’re looking for.

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STEIFF Wedding Swan Set
SGD399 each

| 2017 Limited Edition | 1,000 pieces worldwide |
| 13cm | white mohair | non-jointed |

When it comes to love, there is nothing that symbolizes its magic more exquisitely than a pair of white swans nestled up against each other. These lovebirds are so faithful they mate for life; their curved necks entwine to form a perfect love heart shape when they kiss; and as part of a courtship ritual, the pair faces each other and, with a ruffle of feathers and lifted wings, bow gracefully before beginning their courtship ‘dance’ with each other.

Inspired by the elegance and purity of these beautiful birds, this latest masterpiece from Steiff draws on the significance of swans as a symbol of unbroken love and faithfulness; and are even designed with satin ribbons that allow you to attach wedding bands, scrolls, photographs, or personal messages to it – making it a possible romantic focal point or gift for any union.

Steiff’s Wedding Swan Set is handcrafted in Germany from the finest white mohair, and is only available in 1,000 pieces worldwide. It comes packaged in a beautiful box lined with deluxe water blue satin, together with an original Certificate of Authenticity – definitely one of the most expressive gifts for anyone to receive in matrimony.


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