STEIFF OF THE MONTH: Manekineko Lucky Cat

Ever wondered about these paw-waving cuties that you’ve probably seen at some point of time somewhere? This Lucky Cat is actually one of the most famous fortune talismans in the world, and can bring you great prosperity if you decode their symbolism well!  photo e212bd8cb10ae062a5984a31f9895b0b_zps3o20lf5a.jpg

STEIFF Manekineko Lucky Cat
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THE BETTER TOY STORE
2013 Limited Edition | 3000 pieces worldwide

When it comes to these cheeky charms, did you know every little detail of its make symbolizes one sort of thing or another? Take for instance, this beautifully handcrafted Manekineko Cat from Steiff. He can beckon with either his left or right paw, which, traditionally, is known for either attracting money or protecting it respectively. Its gorgeous white colour indicates happiness, purity, and positive things to come; and the Koban (Japanese gold coin) in his hand is symbolic of good fortune and wealth (other items you may sometimes see him holding are the mallet, carp, or marble, which can represent anything from wisdom to protection).

With only just 3000 pieces available worldwide, this prosperous Manekineko Lucky Cat from Steiff is a Japan Country Exclusive, available only at The Better Toy Store in Singapore. Its luxurious mohair make is akin to that of his other Steiff counterparts, and comes decorated with a traditional bib and bell collar that is reminiscent of cats from wealthy Japanese households back in the day.

If you’re aiming for good wealth and fortune, don’t deliberate any further – this Beckoning Cat will be all you need to lead you into bounteous prosperity this year!

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