Rich Monkey Brings Wealth

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Product Details

Material
Wood
How it's made
Handmade
Origin
Taiwan
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Naughty cute monkey dangles a coin in the corner of its mouth, which symbolizes good fortune and wealth.

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Rich Monkey Brings Wealth

Product Description

"Naughty cute monkey dangles a coin in the corner of its mouth, which symbolizes good fortune and wealth. Put the monkey on your desk or on the fortune position, and it will bring you wealth from all around the world. The monkey is all made from the natural walnut and maple wooden material and is well-polished to be round and exquisite. The head can be rotated for 360 degree. The monkey can be a business card holder, a cellphone holder or a glasses holder, turning into a stylish monkey. It is doubtless a necessary comfort accessary on your desk! Product dimension (mm): L90W68H88mm Material: Juglans nigra Handmade in Taiwan All products of Carpenter are handmade, and each composition is unique. Therefore, there will be slight differences in the manufacture or assembly process. The differences will not affect the appearance and function; it’s a normal phenomenon. The color and grains of wood will be a little difference caused by growth climate and various external factors. The products are made by wood, and the color and grains of wood will be influenced by the growth climate and various external factors. In addition, due to the restriction of timber size, some parts of products are made by plywood. The climate variation may cause thermal expansion and contraction, and the contraction range will be different because of timber density. If the wood appears tiny chink, it’s natural phenomena.

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