This would have made an awesome toy. Why wasn't it ever made?
I think even I would buy one of those.
Toy Vault had started producing a line of Tolkien action figures at the turn of the century, and were considering branching into Wonderland, but the Jackson movies and the Toy Biz action figures seems to have cut that branch down. Nowadays they specialize in mythological and Lovecraftian plushies.
From ToyFare magazine (#17, January 1999, pg. 36): Also available for holiday giving is the Jabberwock from Toy Vault's Looking Glass line, based on the works of Lewis Carroll. "Of all the toys being made, or that I've seen recently, the Jabberwock is my personal favorite," says Lou Bank of Ten Angry Pitbulls, Toy Vault's PR firm. "It`s taken right out of the Lewis Carroll novels. there are three guys over in China that sculpted it, and they must be the most meticulous sculptors ever, or huge Lewis Carroll fans, or both, because it`s just so true to John Tenniel`s drawings. It`s so rare that you see something like this- it`s a Victorian monster. It`s all goofy scary kind of stuff. You can see the birth of Marvel`s Fin Fang Foom in this toy.``The article used the same picture as above, and I was always dissapointed it never got made.