Geelong Premierships - Japanese Style

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Nine cats; nine lives; nine premierships. 

In Japan, these are called "Maneki Neko" - Beckoning Cats. They're considered a symbol of good luck. Traditionally, a raised left paw welcomes customers (that why you see them in a lot of Japanese shops and restaurants), and the right luck or money. 

For these guys, we reckon a raised right paw welcomes premierships. No wonder they look so happy.

(All the premiership years are noted on the bottom corner of each scarf).


Edition: 100

Size: Approx 61cm by 43cm (Fits in a standard A2 Frame). More about size.

Framing: We recommend you buy the print unframed. More about framing.

Print Type: Giclee Print. Canson Edition Etching Rag 310gsm (Just in case you like to know those sort of things).

Want to see what our prints look like?: A selection of our prints are on display in the Cats Shop at Simonds Stadium.