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In 1996, British bear artist Deborah Canham opened her own design company dedicated to producing fine mohair bears and other hand sculpted soft characters, from miniature to BIGger, in numbered limited editions for the collectibles market. Every piece, whether a bear or other animal, is designed and created with the same originality and attention to fine detail that is expected from D.C.A.D.

All Deb's furry friends are made with the finest German mohairs. Every D.C.A.D. item comes with a hang tag stating his/ her name, the name of the collection it belongs to, its number in the edition and bears the artist's signature. Except where specifically noted, each item on these pages is designed by Deb Canham and comes in its own quality gift box stamped with the Deb Canham Artist Designs logo.
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Deb Canham Artist Designs Inc.
D.C.A.D. Collectors Club
232 Pedro Street
Venice, FL 34285 USA

800-789-8767 USA only
941-480-1200 ph 941-480-1202 fax
info@debcanhamartistdesigns.com

We do no selling direct to the public, preferring to distribute our bears and other animals through fine collectibles shops worldwide. Our D.C.A.D. Collectors Club and almost every item ever produced by D.C.A.D. is included on this website, and we hope you enjoy browsing through the pages of both current and retired pieces using the new links located on every page.

Deb's bears are distributed worldwide so we do not post retail prices as those can vary regionally. If you have questions regarding pricing please contact one of our dealers. If you own a store and are interested in becoming a dealer, click here.


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Only Available at the:
Disney Bear & Doll Convention 2003
December 5-7, 2003
Limited Edition: 150

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