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Reginald Rosebud

This hand felted gnome is Reginald Rosebud. He is inspired by the wild English Rose that dots the hedgerow during the summer months. This gnome/tomte/troll/elf doll is perfect for your bookshelf or mantle and would make an incredible gift for your friends, family, or yourself.


Reginald gnome/troll/elf:

  • He stands about 9 inches tall and 5.5 inches around the base including his shoes.  He sits on a 2.5 inch (6.5 cm) wooden disk to allow free standing.
  • He has little flesh coloured cheeks and nose under all those locks.
  • His hat merino, corriedale, North Ronaldsay, hand dyed firestar, angelina, tencel, bamboo, soya silk, Eider and silk noil in shades of pink and grey with gold sparkles.
  • He is lightweight and soft to the touch.
  • His beard and hair is made from white Wensleydale  locks that have been hand scoured by me using ecologically friendly and biodegradable soap.  Care has been taken to use wool raised in the UK.

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Each gnome is lovingly wrapped in beautiful tissue paper. He is safely placed in a thick cardboard box for their travels.

These horribly cute and whimsical gnomes are hand felted by me. They are individually made from head to toe. The hats are made of wool, plant and sparkly fibres that are blended to create a unique fabric, no two are the same. 

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Small child warning:
*Unfortunately, because of the handmade nature of the gnome, I cannot say my gnomes are safe for children. These gnomes are for decorative purposes only.  Please message me if you have any concerns or questions.


**Photos have been taken in natural light. I have done my best to match the real-life colour, however, because monitors and phones are different, there will be some colour variation.


Gnome Folklore:
There is various folklore surrounding Gnomes. They are usually portrayed as small magical beings that mostly live underground. They protect Mother Nature’s animals and precious gems and metals.

Nisse/tomte are thought to bring good luck and protect the homes, animals, farms, gardens, and people that treat them nicely. However, they may cause mischief to those that harm them. In Scandinavia, the nisse was said to deliver gifts to the door.

Reginald Rosebud


    36 Rosebery Ave, Shipley BD18 2JZ United Kingdom

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