Six curated Hmong Scatterballs, as vivid as the galaxy. This is a Limited Edition, with only 20 numbered sets available. It’s a mix of Scatterballs in classic star patterns: three in bright patterns, three in rich monochromes. Like fancy bonbons, they’re gift-ready in a delicate paper box, tied with an angel cat charm on shiny cord. Remove the cover, and display the Scatterballs like sweet little pieces of art. It makes a special house gift, especially for those hard-to-shop-for-friends.
Scatterballs: Handmade by Hmong tribes in Thailand. They look like fancy bonbons. Vintage Scatterballs, which may show signs of “wabi-sabi” aging, can be up to 30 years old; the best are nearly impossible to find. In fact, since the pandemic, it’s difficult to find any Scatterballs; my limited edition Bonbon Sets are ones I’ve been collecting for years. Some rare ones are custom made just for me. Now, I am sharing these treasures with you. Now, I am sharing these treasures with you.
Cats love to chase them (see the video of similar Scatterballs) – though these collections may be too beautiful to lose under the couch. The sizes in this collection range from about 3/4 to 1 inch. See photo with US quarters.
What you get:
• 6 curated Scatterballs: Galaxy Collection Numbered Set
• Bonbon box with 6 cavities and paper candy cups
• Angel Cat Charm on shiny cord
• Numbered Info Card, inserted inside the box
• Gift tag, slipped under the cord on back
Warning: Do not eat (that goes for you and your cat – small Scatterballs can be choking hazards). Always supervise your cat during playtime, and remove toys when not in use.
To learn more about our Scatterball Bonbon Collections and Hmong traditions, the recipient can scan the QR code in the image on the Numbered Info Card inside the gift box, or visit Scatterballs.