Wrendale Designs Plush Soft Toy - Daphne Guinea Pig
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With Christmas approaching we now send all of our items fully tracked to avoid any delays.
UK delivery 3-5 days
Free on orders of £15 or over.
£15 & Over - Free
Small Items - £2.50
Parcels - £3.15
For Royal Mail Tracked 24® we aim to deliver the next working day (excluding Bank Holidays) from the day of postage.
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Small Items - £3.00
Parcels - £5.00
- Free standard delivery on UK orders of £15 or over (3 Working days from dispatch)
- Orders placed before 2pm are usually dispatched the same day
Most orders will be dispatched within 24 hours (excluding Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holidays)
Although most of our orders arrive within 3 days, but please allow up to 7 working days for delivery in case of courier delays.
Royal Mail does not collect from us on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
- Please contact us first as we have many items of differing weights
Wrendale guinea pig plush.
Meet Daphne, the delightful guinea pig from our gorgeous plush collection.
- Suitable for children 3+.
- Polyester/ Fibre Stuffing.
- Measures 250mm x 200mm x 140mm
Inspired by our ‘Grinny Pig’ design, Daphne is finished with an embroidered wren on the foot, a gift tag containing information about her, and comes packaged in a printed canvas bag for transportation to her new home. With careful sourcing of fabrics, each of the plush characters in our collection are completely unique and combine high quality soft and tactile materials reminiscent of the animal and Hannah’s original artwork that we know and love. A great gift for any collector of the Wrendale range.
Get to know Daphne a little more...
Daphne is an animal lover through and through. Her first pet was a snail named Alfred and as a child, she was well know for bringing home abandoned spiders and rescuing stray mice. On her gap year, Daphne trekked through the rainforests of Madagascar and helped to set up a community centre for retired chameleons. Daphne's idea of the perfect evening would be watching a David Attenborough documentary snuggled up by the log fire with a takeaway.