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My love for Airedales and animals in general came from my parents, especially my Dad. My parents did rescue long before the term was coined. This Danny Quest ‘dale represents, for me, what rescue is all about. Those of us in rescue see the regal beauty, the tenacity, the spirit in every Airedale we take into our homes no matter how matted, dirty, emaciated and forlorn they are when they first arrive. That same determination, will and stoic nature was in my Dad as well. This large champion piece (12.5x4x9.25") is donated in loving memory of Earl Roloff by Paula & Jim Lackner.
Cowboy Airedale Portrait
Well I have to tell ya little fella's, this is one fine lookin' Airedale!" Combining love of the cowboy life and Airedales, this original painting is complete with a “3D-effect” red kerchief. Framed and measures 22"X18". Donated by an anonymous artist who loves Airedales and who has donated her work to ATRA for several years.
Patriotic Airedale Quilt
Red, white and blue surround our favorite pal, the Airedale Terrier, in this handmade one-of-a-kind queen size quilt. Kathy Patterson combines her love of Airedales and quilting to make this quilt in honor Fall Aire Frolic’s 10th Anniversary and in memory of 9/11. Kathy has been a FAF donor and supporter for many years.
Southwest Beaded Necklace
Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for your one-of-a-kind sweetheart, then this is the one! This Southwest-themed head study of an Airedale will be the talk of all her friends! Fashioned, designed by artist Joan Soike and donated by Joan and long time ATRA supporter and adopter, Clare Kirkland.
Steiff Airedale “Terry”
If your mother ever told you "good things come in small packages" she was right. This Steiff Airedale "Terry" number 1310 was made in Germany in the years 1952-1953. This little guy has the signature button in the ear, Terry tag, original collar with bell and the Made in Germany tag all in very good condition. The mohair is also in fine condition with no wear marks. For the Steiff collector, this guy is a rare find. Donated by Terry Kratchman.
This handsome Airedale has traveled over the ocean to make it to the Fall Aire Frolic. This limited edition cast Airedale (12 ½ inches tall) was made in the United Kingdom and brought here to the States to join some lucky Airedale lover in their home. Number 120 out 150 (once 150 are sold, the mold will be broken never to be made again). Donated by Airedale lover and ATRA supporter, Pat Hemmerich.
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