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Lanart

Woolly Mammoth Alpaca Fur Pal

$199.00

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Meet the furriest of friends! This woolly mammoth is sure to make an adorable accent for your home or nursery. The detailed craftsmanship will amaze you. This not so little guy is handmade from genuine cruelty-free baby alpaca fur and lovingly stitched by experienced Peruvian artisans for a truly amazing woolly mammoth fur pal.

  • 15"L x 7"W x 11.5"H/li>
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Made in Peru

These beautiful animals are hand-made, heirloom collection-quality items and make great companions for those who play gently—please avoid rough and tumble play, tugging, stretching, etc. Not suitable for children under 3 years.

Since 1979, LANART has been working with alpaca and fair trade practices from their own Latin heritage in Peru to create beautiful and unique hand crafted, cruelty-free products based in Arequipa. They have stayed true to the hand knitting traditions passed down through generations, taking great care to value the symbiotic relationship with the artists that make their products and to weave the Peruvian culture and community of Areqiupa into everything they do.

Meet the furriest of friends! This woolly mammoth is sure to make an adorable accent for your home or nursery. The detailed craftsmanship will amaze you. This not so little guy is handmade from genuine cruelty-free baby alpaca fur and lovingly stitched by experienced Peruvian artisans for a truly amazing woolly mammoth fur pal.

  • 15"L x 7"W x 11.5"H/li>
  • 100% Baby Alpaca
  • Made in Peru

These beautiful animals are hand-made, heirloom collection-quality items and make great companions for those who play gently—please avoid rough and tumble play, tugging, stretching, etc. Not suitable for children under 3 years.

Since 1979, LANART has been working with alpaca and fair trade practices from their own Latin heritage in Peru to create beautiful and unique hand crafted, cruelty-free products based in Arequipa. They have stayed true to the hand knitting traditions passed down through generations, taking great care to value the symbiotic relationship with the artists that make their products and to weave the Peruvian culture and community of Areqiupa into everything they do.