'Lucky Panda' apron
The giant panda is the rarest member of the bear family and considered to be China's national treasure. With a diet mostly consisting of bamboo, pandas have large distinctive black patches around their eyes, over their ears and across its body. In Chinese, their name translates to 'bear-cat' so we’ve created this panda in the likeness of our ‘lucky cat’, usually found in the front of shops and restaurants to welcome in new business.
This lucky panda is holding a gold ingot or sycee. Formerly used as currency during Imperial China, gold ingots are still used as a symbol of wealth mainly seen during the lunar new year.
G.O.D.'s collection of aprons come in bright fun colours and graphics. Designed with deep, wide pockets for keeping utensils close-at-hand and with comfortable adjustable straps.
A matching oven mitt is also available for purchase.
- 84 (h) x 60 (w) cm
- Red with black and white graphic
- Polyester with cotton lining
- Deep, wide pockets
- Adjustable strap