AMSTERDAM – Last Friday afternoon on November 10, 2017, the iconic mosaic image of miffy was presented at Royal Coster Diamonds.
Around 5 pm, Dutch TV personality Robert ten Brink revealed the two-meter-high statue of one of the most famous Dutch images of all times. Royal Coster’s miffy was designed by the renowned Amsterdam artist Fabrice Hünd.
The new statue is a real eye catcher at the Museum Square and a beautiful tribute to the earlier this year deceased creator of miffy (Dutch: nijntje), Dick Bruna. Moreover, it’s a unique combination of two entirely different subjects that are both characteristic for the Netherlands: miffy and diamonds. The Dutch bunny is famous all over the world and for centuries, people come to Amsterdam for the most beautiful diamonds. That’s why Amsterdam is also called the City of Diamonds. Therefore, this mosaic sparkling statue is a true representation of a Dutch legacy.
By using the trademark “nijntje” (miffy), Royal Coster Diamonds became an official sponsor of Unicef. The beloved children’s icon and this foundation are inseparably connected. We are very proud to be a part of an organization that helps children in need all around the world.
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