Hand Made Object


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Company: Hand Made Object

License: SNK Co. Limited

Materials: Crafted from cold-cast porcelain

Special Features: Glasseyez Technique, Realskinz Technique & Hand Crafted to Perfection

Est. Product Dimension: ±74.93 cm (H)

Est. Product Weight: TBC

Est. Packaging Dimension: TBC

Est. Shipping Weight: TBC

Edition Size: 550 pc

Est. Arrival Date: TBC

Product details could be subjected to change without further notice.

*The prototype shown is pending for final approval, hence the final product may differ.

Games Animation Collectibles reserves the right to cancel the orders if improper purpose is suspected.



For oversea customers, shipping cost is NOT included in the product price. To find out about shipping rates, contact us at https://www.gamesanimationcollectibles.com/pages/contact-us or refer to the estimated shipping price list below. 

Rates based off 1 single shipper box packaging:

0.1kg - 10kg: Est. Range $30 SGD - $200 SGD
10.1kg - 20kg: Est. Range $200 SGD - $300 SGD
20.1kg - 30kg: Est. Range $300 SGD - $450 SGD
30kg & Above: $450 SGD - $600 SGD

Actual shipping cost can only be known once product is ready with its actual dimension and weight.

Full product purchase value will be declare by default unless otherwise stated, custom tax are to be bear by the customer itself due to customer country law and regulation.

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Product Story:

Mai Shiranui (不知火 舞, Shiranui Mai) is a character from both the Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters series of fighting games by SNK. Mai Shiranui is the granddaughter of Hanzo Shiranui, master of ninjitsu and Koppo-ken. Mai learned from her father the secrets of Ninjitsu.

During nearly every King of Fighters tournament, Mai pesters Andy to enter and form a team with her. Upset at his refusals and choice to join a separate team, she forms an all women team with the help of Yuri and King. In the following years, her teammates change, but she remains firm to enter the tournament to help encourage King and her fellow team members and to prove to Andy the error of his ways. In King of Fighters 99, she is finally able to join the tournament in the same team as Andy. However, in the following tournament was asked to step out to allow Blue Mary to investigate a case. Denied again, she is angered by the request and joins the Women’s team again and has remained a reoccurring member ever since. In the various team endings, she is often celebrating the team’s victory at King’s bar or fantasizing about Andy.