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With tracked delivery from just £5.95, white-glove furniture delivery from £89.50, and international delivery to over 70 countries from £11.95, we are here for all.
If you're ordering furniture, we will contact you with a delivery slot to assemble your order at a convenient time, which you then have the option to change to whenever best suits you.
If you need help removing your existing furniture prior to delivery, we are pleased to offer a free collection service with the British Heart Foundation.
For all other deliveries, we'll provide you with a tracking number so you can follow your order's journey from us, to you.
Browsing from outside the UK? Do make use of our helpful delivery cost estimation tool, but please be aware that due to ever-changing costs, we cannot offer an accurate estimate for larger furniture deliveries. Call our Telesales experts on 020 7827 4497 for a quote and to complete your order.
For EU customers, we recommend transferring to our dedicated French Website to avoid local taxes or import duties.
Please note that our lead times are indicative only. While we strive for maximum accuracy, the delivery of your order may be liable to change due to circumstances out of our and our suppliers' control.
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Give your space a lift with the joyous Hoptimist yellow Baby Smiley Love Figurine, a traditional Danish design with a rich history.
Originally designed by wood-turner Hans Gustav Ehrenreich in the late 1960s, the instantly recognisable characters were brought to life in his small workshop. Today, they are known throughout Denmark and the rest of the world as cheery mascots for the workplace, a child’s bedroom and even for local football and sports teams.
Filled with joy, the Baby Smiley Figurine is a fun addition to any surface, requiring only a tap to bounce and move to for more fun and entertainment.
A refined and humorous design, the Baby Smiley Love Figurine would make a great gift for adults and children alike.
- Traditional Danish design by Hans Gustav Ehrenreich
- Created in Ehrenreich’s workshop in the 1960s
- Known throughout Denmark as a cheerful mascot