Anyone playing in the vintage market has handled a few of these over the years. Leather stuffed animals were a big seller for mid-century outfitters in the USA. So naturally, The Real McCoy's set out to make their own, with the usual level of incredible detail and quality that we expect from them.
Made from the same vegetable-tanned horsehide as their renowned flight jackets, these are a hardy and shiny tea-core leather - but they're also stuffed animals so I'm not sure how relevant the tea-core thing is. The Lion comes in at 7" tall, and 9" long.
- Japanese horsehide tanned by Shinki Hikaku
- 7" tall by 9" long
- Not an actual, living Donkey
- It's called a donkey but I think it's a horse?