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Miffy Light- X- Large

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Miffy Light- X- Large

$1,973.80 Non-Member
$1,776.42 Member
Members save up to 20% & free shipping $35+

Color:  White

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Meet Miffy, the Dutch storybook character turned pop culture icon created by Dick Bruna. The friendly little bunny made her debut in 1955 and has more than 30 books dedicated to her adventures, her very own feature-length film, and a devoted group of fans from all over the world. This safe and sweet light is made of heat-resistant polyethylene and has a dimmable LED light. A wonderful nightlight for a nursery or a fun decorative lamp for older fans.

 
This Miffy Light comes with a User Kit containing an adapter and power cable with touch dimmer button. The are six brightness settings, including a nightmode option.
  • Size
    32h x 17w x 15"d
  • Material
    Polyethylene
  • Year of Design
    2011
  • Origin
    NL

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Dick Bruna
Dick Bruna

Celebrated Dutch artist Dick Bruna (1927–2017) was best-known for the over 120 children’s books he authored and illustrated. The most famous character who appeared in many of the books was Miffy, a small bunny drawn with heavy graphic lines, simple shapes and primary colors. The inspiration for Miffy came during a family holiday in 1955, when Bruna spotted a bunny hopping around and later, began drawing it. (The name Miffy is “Nijntje” in Dutch—a word a child in the Netherlands might use as the diminutive for “konijntje,” or “little rabbit.”) Miffy debuted in storybook form that same year, with the publication of Nijntje, followed by Miffy at the Zoo. 32 subsequent books featuring Miffy were published up until 2018.

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