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Need a little good luck right now? Want something to make you smile. This little pendant is perfect. Made of a lightweight clay called paperclay this little fella was made by me and hand painted and finally sealed with several coats of varnish to protect him.

Maneki Neko first appeared in Japan in the 1870s, during Japan's Meiji Era. It is mentioned in a newspaper article in 1876 and there is evidence kimono-clad Maneki Neko were distributed at a shrine in Osaka during this time.

A Maneki Neko in your place of business, your home or on your website is said to bring in good luck and visitors.

Maneki Neko is Japanese for "beckoning cat." The message he's holding says "Please come in. You are welcome!" and he is beckoning you with his paw .

Cat pendant is 1 1/4 inches tall including the bail and 11/16 inches across. Chain shown in picture not included.

Maneki Neko Lucky Cat Handmade Pendant


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  • Materials: clay, paint, wire, sealer, paperclay
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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