The Special Edition 400% Iron Bright Steampunk BE@RBRICK ROYAL SELANGOR’s bright pewter skin suggests the glimmer of new iron, with absent panels revealing graphite-treated interior workings. The Special Edition 400% Iron Bright Steampunk BE@RBRICK ROYAL SELANGOR’s bright pewter skin suggests the glimmer of new iron, with absent panels revealing graphite-treated interior workings.
Since its debut in Tokyo in 2001, MEDICOM TOY’s BE@RBRICK has achieved international cult status; its cartoon-like bear forms a collaborative canvas to art, design, and fashion greats.
Introducing the Royal Selangor Steampunk Iron Bright Bearbrick – a unique and stylish collectible that will surely be your friends’ envy. This limited edition Bearbrick is crafted from pewter and features a steampunk-inspired design with intricate details and a bright, eye-catching finish.
The Royal Selangor Steampunk Iron Bright Bearbrick is a must-have for any collector. Its unique design and high-quality craftsmanship make it a standout piece that will be treasured for years. The Bearbrick stands 7.5 cm tall and is made from pewter, giving it a weighty feel and a luxurious look. The intricate details of the steampunk design are sure to draw attention, while the bright finish adds a touch of vibrancy to any collection.
The Royal Selangor Steampunk Iron Bright Bearbrick is a great way to add a touch of style and sophistication to your collection. It is a unique and eye-catching piece that will be sure to impress. Not only is it a great conversation starter, but it also offers excellent value for money. With its high-quality craftsmanship and unique design, this Bearbrick will surely be a treasured piece for years.
Made in collaboration with pewter experts Royal Selangor, this 400% Be@Rbrick from collectible toy company Medicom celebrates all things steampunk. Cast in pewter and given a graphite-treated bronze finish to simulate weathered iron, it’s decorated with Trompe l’oeil riveted metal plating that evokes the guttural roar of a coal-fired furnace, the hiss of steam and all the romance of 19th-century engineering.