Looking for something to impress your in-laws with this Chinese New Year? Year of the Dragon leh — cannot ‘play play’ already.
Why not get the new Sanrio Hello Kitty Medallions launched by the Singapore Mint for CNY 2024? They’re posh, adorable, and bound to make anyone’s face light up.
24K Gold-Plated Sanrio Hello Kitty Lunar Medallions
The Singapore Mint — yes, the one that makes your other commemorative coins and collectables — just released a new line-up of Sanrio Hello Kitty Lunar Medallions to usher in the Year of the Dragon.
These medallions are adorned with the iconic Hello Kitty character dressed in different zodiac animal outfits. Whether you’re looking for a Hello Kitty dressed in a dragon outfit, one in a tiger outfit, or one in a snake outfit — there’s a Medallion for you.
And guess what? These Medallions are plated with 24K Gold — your mother-in-law confirm plus chop will like. Perhaps even more than the McDonald’s Hello Kitty plush collection.
Interested? You can get your hands on either the Festive Pack or the Medallion Gift Set.
The Festive Pack doubles up as wish cards — you can flaunt your knowledge of chim Chinese New Year greetings by scribbling them all over the wish cards!
The Festive Pack even comes with stickers with illustrations of mandarin oranges, firecrackers, and lanterns so you can zhng up your wish cards, decorate your items, or even give them to your younger cousins.
You’ll definitely be everyone’s favourite relative this Chinese New Year if you attend your reunion dinner with these Medallions as gifts.
The Festive Pack retails at a festive promotional price of $26 each.
If you’d like to ‘spoil market’ even more, you could even get the Medallion Gift Set, which includes all 12 Hello Kitty zodiac Medallions packaged in a premium gift box so you get that ‘expensive feel’.
Each gift set retails at a festive promotional price of $288.
Sanrio Characters Showa Collection
Do you prefer other Sanrio characters to Hello Kitty? Why not go for the Sanrio Characters Showa Collection, which features Hello Kitty and My Melody?
The collection includes 24K gold-plated ingots, 24K gold foil frames, and gold foil charm bags featuring the Sanrio characters.
The 24K-gold plated ingots featuring Hello Kitty and My Melody are timeless pieces you can gift to your loved ones this Chinese New Year — on one side of the ingot, you’ll find an intricate design of the Sanrio character, and on the other side of the ingot, you’ll find a Chinese New Year greeting.
You can get your hands on one of these ingots for a festive promotional price of just $35 each!
The 24K gold foil frames feature the Sanrio characters meticulously crafted in 24K gold foil within the frames — a perfect addition to your desk or your loved one’s bedside table! Each frame is available at a festive promotional price of $40.
Would you prefer something small that you can bring along with you? Why not get the Gold Foil Charm Bags — a gold foil-crafted Sanrio character encased in intricately embroidered charm bags.
With these charm bags, you can bring the well-wishes and blessings carried in these charm bags everywhere you go! Each charm bag is available at a festive promotional price of $35.
Grab your friends and shop for these exclusive Sanrio collections by the Singapore Mint on Shopee or Lazada now! You can also head down to the Singapore Mint retail shops, and festive road shows to get your hands on the exclusive collectibles!
The Singapore Mint products can be found at the following retail locations:
- Coin Gallery: 20 Teban Gardens Crescent, Singapore 608928
- Chinatown Point: 133 New Bridge Road, #02-18, Singapore 059413
- Suntec City: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-719, Singapore 038983
The Singapore Mint will also be conducting several festive roadshows at multiple locations islandwide until 8 February 2024, where you can shop for these collectables to your heart’s content:
- Ang Mo Kio Hub, B1 Atrium
- Jurong Point, Level 1 Atrium
- Raffles Xchange
- Compass One, Level 2 Atrium
- Century Square, Level 1 Atrium (only until 4 February)
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