Today let see what are those fake NICI plush, this is what my friend gave me last year.. It look kind of funny, it is a sheep under the wolf skin. 😀
Since we have Wolf under the Sheep skin, then now they have Sheep under the Wolf skin.
Quality of this plush is kind of bad, it is not soft, the face shape is kind of weird, nose line are totally out, and the material they use are poor.
Please take a look on their mouth line. As you can see, it is not form in a straight line. The line gab are too much.
(Above Picture provided by Angel)
Above is another example how fake Jolly Mah looks like, the nose and mouth line are poorly created compare to below picture (original Nici Plush).
So see the diffrent yet? 🙂
You can found those fake Jolly Mah selling at S&J Gift (gift shop), they are selling it online as well.. Check out their product link here..
So now do you see the big different between Original and Fake Nici plush? 🙂 Please send in your comment as many as you can.. I am ready to answer them.
Before I post this post, there is another thing I like to highlight for you all. We knew that Jolly Wolf only available on size 15cm, 25cm and 35 cm right? In the China and Hong Kong market they claim to have larger size.. 50cm, 60cm, 70cm and even 120cm.. just beware of them.. those may not be Original from Nici.
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It’s a very instructive post. Thank you 🙂
Fake Nici items are a huge problem, especially in Asia. All Nici buyers should be aware and know how to spot a fake. Your posts have been very instructive. I am currently working on a guide with tips on how to spot fake Nici items. Please let me know if you have any more tips to share.
Although the posting is two years old, the problem is not. Recently I stumbled upon sheep, which I am wondering is really from Nici: http://www.facebook.com/potamotrygorgeous#!/potamotrygorgeous?sk=wall
I am also in contact at the moment with someone (by the name of it, looks Chinese or so) who sells Jolly Mah grey, a Nici sheep I’ve been looking for for so long now. This person says it’s real Nici, BUT he’ll manufacture the sheep to my wishes. Literally he asked how I wanted the sheep to look like, and he would adjust the selling price accordingly to it. He advertises though with a picture of the real Jolly Mah. I’ve asked for more pictures of this sheep, taken from different angles, but he does not respond to that question.
I think it’s really really sad for these sheep.
Judging from the photo, that is fake Jolly Mah.. In the land of China, there is lots of fake NICI products..