Symbols are powerful in the Chinese culture. Objects, words, plants, colours, and many more can be interpreted as symbols with positive or negative influence. Where cultures can intersect, symbols are appreciated and respected in all areas relating to luck, prosperity, longevity, wealth and happiness.
What Is the Lucky Fortune Cat?
The Lucky Cat, also known as maneki-neko, is a symbol that originated in Japan. In Japanese, maneki-neko means beckoning cat. The idea is that the cat is welcoming and greeting you, and inviting positive attributes such as wealth, luck, or customers towards it.
The Lucky Cat is also widely popular in Chinese culture especially from the perspective of Feng Shui as a good luck symbol. Often displayed in homes, offices and worn as accessories for luck.
Our Lucky Cat accessory clips are especially made as a fun and simple way to carry good luck with you. Easily clips to your bags, hang on plants, or attach somewhere in your office or vehicle.
A very limited quantity is available. Makes a great little gift for friends, family and colleagues during this celebration time!
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