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    Chinese Zodiac Year of the Monkey

    Harlequin Market - Wednesday, April 27, 2016
    Lea Stein Saga Monkey Chinese New Year




     

     

     

    2016 / Chinese Zodiac Year of the Monkey

     

     

    Feb 8th 2016 - Jan 27 2017

     


     

    The monkey often seen as a rather mischievous, yet highly intelligent animal, and in old times, it was often associated with nobility due to its same pronunciation as ‘high official’ in Chinese.

    It is one of animals in the Chinese zodiac that really represents a sense of cleverness.

     

    Twelve animals make up the Chinese zodiac, known as Sheng Xiao: the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. Just like all the other signs, the Year of the Monkey comes around once every 12 years — so it won’t be celebrated again until 2028!

     

     

    Chinese Zodiac: Monkey Traits

     

    Individuals born in the Year of the Monkey are said to be intelligent, clever, and personable. They are also said to be mischievous, curious, and pranksters – qualities often associated with monkeys. Also add creative, honest, loyal, playful, and witty to their list of attractive personality traits. 

     

    Harlequin Market carries a diverse and collectable range of both vintage and contemporary Lea Stein jewellery! One of our favourite images though, has to be the 'Saga' Monkey brooch. We just love it's little mischievous  face! This brooch is the perfect way to celebrate the Year of the Monkey everyday!

     

     

     

     
     

    Chinese Zodiac: Famous Monkeys

     

    If you were born in the Year of the Monkey, you share your Chinese zodiac sign with a number of notable people. Leonardo da Vinci, Lord Byron, Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Taylor, Alice Walker, Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Mick Jagger, and Gisele Bundchen are just a few of the illustrious individuals born under this sign.

    Monkeys are beloved animals, so charming jewellery naturally follows. And you have a whole year to find the perfect piece that celebrates this enchanting Chinese zodiac sign.

    The Year of the Monkey is a wonderful excuse to wear some gorgeous jewellery. 

     

     

    Shop Harlequin Market x Lea Stein Paris Monkey Brooches Here »


     

     

     


     

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    Enjoy 15% OFF when you purchase 3 or more Lea Stein pieces!

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