Unique Kids Gifts; “Reality” Piggy Bank by Harry Allen

December 15, 2008

Perhaps there has never been a better time to teach your kids the principle of saving money. This “Bank in the Form of a Pig” Piggy Bank by Harry Allen is the perfect way to start. Made from an actual cast of a pig and cast with 100% resin, this piggy bank is part of a series of products aptly entitled Reality – no trite pink piggies here! Not only do they hold all those savings, but the variety of colors (gypsum white, chrome, gold, hot pink and black) allow you to coordinate with your interiors. This piggy bank makes a unique and unexpected Holiday Kids Gift. (Humanitarian note: the Pig Bank is cast from a piglet that died a natural death. No animals were harmed in the making of this product.)






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