*Please note each cat piece may differ from one to another and it might differ from the one pictured. The 'cat' fur piece uses a textured acrylic which can range in different tones.
Singapore’s last wild cat, the endangered leopard cat, with Kueh Rainbow Lapis Sagu.
This elusive wild cat is critically endangered in Singapore, and there are around 20 leopard cats left on the island. It has undoubtedly outlived tigers and Asian leopards.
The leopard cat is holding kueh (Malay for cake) lapis sagu, a local layered dessert made from tapioca flour, coconut milk, sugar and pandan leaves. Each layer of the kueh is steamed and stacked on top of each other like a rainbow cake! The colours are inspired by the pride flag.
Height 68mm x Width 58mm
Info & Care:
Each piece is made from laser cut and layered acrylic, hand assembled and hand painted. As our designs are lovingly glued, assembled and painted by hand there can be finger print marks and very slight variations and blemishes from piece to piece. Due to the hand mixed nature of the resins in our designs, it is common and normal to find tiny flecks or bubbles in the resin layers. All in all this just makes each piece as special and unique as you are.
Brooch clasps are made from silver-plated steel. Due to the use of high-quality silver-plating in our brooch clasps, tarnishing and oxidisation can occur, producing black and gold discolouration. As with all silver products, you can simply restore it using a silver cloth.