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Lucky

The Vietnamese dolls in the Lucky series bring good luck. The more you have, the more fortunate you will be. Of course, they make ideal gifts.

specifications

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name Lucky
size Ø3,5*8 cm
material lacquerware
country Vietnam
price € 9.50
name Lucky day
size Ø3,5*8 cm
color white
material lacquerware
country Vietnam
productcode 1010
price € 9.50
name Lucky night
size Ø3,5*8 cm
color black
material lacquerware
country Vietnam
productcode 1011
price € 9.50

care

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Do not expose lacquerware to excessive heat or cold, or to ultraviolet light.  Use dry or damp cloth to clean the Lucky doll. 

Do not expose lacquerware to excessive heat or cold, or to ultraviolet light.  Use dry or damp cloth to clean the Lucky doll. 

Do not expose lacquerware to excessive heat or cold, or to ultraviolet light.  Use dry or damp cloth to clean the Lucky doll. 

more about the producer

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Mai - Vietnam

Mai is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s economic capital in the south. It began as a project to provide opportunities for street children and has grown into an organisation that cooperates with workshops throughout the country. Young people get the chance to learn a trade, while knowledge of traditional crafts techniques—many of them centuries old—is preserved and passed down. It’s a win-win situation.
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Mai - Vietnam

Mai is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s economic capital in the south. It began as a project to provide opportunities for street children and has grown into an organisation that cooperates with workshops throughout the country. Young people get the chance to learn a trade, while knowledge of traditional crafts techniques—many of them centuries old—is preserved and passed down. It’s a win-win situation.
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Mai - Vietnam

Mai is based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s economic capital in the south. It began as a project to provide opportunities for street children and has grown into an organisation that cooperates with workshops throughout the country. Young people get the chance to learn a trade, while knowledge of traditional crafts techniques—many of them centuries old—is preserved and passed down. It’s a win-win situation.
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