Another Christmas, another wonderful Harrods Christmas Bear. Harrods present their annual Harrods Christmas Bear and for 2023 he is named Ethan.
Ethan will be the 38th Harrods Christmas bear. Ethan is all set for an apres-ski party being dressed in his red knitted jumper sporting the letter H and Harrods hat. His paw is embroidered Harrods 2023.
The 36cm Ethan is priced at £40.
There are also a 58cm Ethan priced at £160 and a giant 94cm Ethan priced at £600.
Learn more about Harrods Christmas Bears.
A Brief History of Harrods
Established in 1834 by Charles Henry Harrod, Harrods in Knightsbridge, London, commenced as a small grocery shop. Through astute management and keen business acumen, it burgeoned into a symbol of opulence and elegance. The late 19th century saw the store engulfed in flames, a pivotal moment leading to its grand reconstruction, resulting in the opulent facade that graces Knightsbridge today. Harrods’ reputation for excellence and luxury burgeoned, attracting an affluent clientele from around the world.
Despite facing adversities such as the destruction wrought by World War II bombings and shifts in ownership, Harrods endured, consistently adapting to the evolving retail landscape while maintaining its commitment to quality and luxury. The store’s diverse offerings expanded over the years, encompassing haute couture, fine jewelry, gourmet foods, and luxury goods of every variety.
Renowned for its exceptional service, Harrods has become a destination in its own right, drawing tourists and locals alike to experience its lavish displays, sumptuous interiors, and unparalleled shopping experience. Its iconic green and gold branding is synonymous with luxury, elegance, and exclusivity, solidifying Harrods’ position as one of the world’s most prestigious department stores, continuing to captivate and enchant visitors with its timeless allure.
For more information please visit Harrods.