Remember your first piggy bank? It was probably way cooler than the catch-all you use now to collect change in your entryway. Whether you're shopping for a gift for a child or for yourself, here are 15 banks that make stashing spare change a little more fun.
They have a bunch of different novelty banks, including the Coink, $36. This bank doesn't need a cork stopper — the funnel top makes it easier to deposit and retrieve your spare change.
This webshop has a few different banks in the shape of giraffes, elephants, and pigs. Shop here for simple modern forms in pastel pinks and blues. Shown: Pink Elephant Animal Bank, $24.
This shop specializes in back-to-basics childhood toys, and they carry one of our favorite retro-style banks — the Mushroom Bank ($13) brings us back to the Smurfs' village.
They're always riding the trend bandwagon, and since owls have been in, they've stocked their shelves with cute, colorful owl lamps, pillows, and this adorable Owl Bank, $8.
This modern webshop has a great selection of kids' stuff. We like the notNeutral Piggy Bank ($18), a porcelain pig that comes in three different black and white patterns.
They have a bunch of different modern banks, including the J Schatz Egg Bank, the Harry Allen Pig, and this Vlaemach Ceramic Egg Shaped Coin Bank, $35.
Probably the most famous piggy bank on this list, Harry Allen's Bank in the Form of a Pig ($125) was designed from a resin cast of a real pig. Available in 7 colors, it measures 18 inches long.
They have a few different wooden children's banks in the shape of elephants, birds, and whales. This bright yellow Bebe the Birdie Wood Bank sells for $25.
His "menagerie" of animal-shaped banks includes ceramic elephants, pigs, donkeys, and bulls. This is the Pop Menagarie Piggy Bank for $48.
Their banks are mostly metal, and they have a few different cash boxes for kids. This Miniature Mailbox Bank ($10) holds valentines during February and coins all the rest of the months after.
Their kitschy banks are shaped like rabbits, birds, and mushrooms. This Why Does the Caged Bird Save Bank ($35) is a ceramic design with a stopper in the base.
This Small Piggy Money Bank ($10) comes in pink, blue, or chrome. In addition to the classic piggy bank, they carry designs in the shape of owls, gold bars, and skulls.
A smart design by Roost, this Small Glass Piggy Bank ($19) has a cork stopper for a nose, so you can access your coins without breaking the bank.
MoMA Design Store
Rita Bothelo designed this ceramic Raindrop Coin Bank, which has to be "dropped" and broken to release the coins within. It's currently on sale for $21 (reg. $40).
Brook Farm General Store
This store specializes in products made from natural materials. Their Terra Cotta Piggy Bank ($28) is a classic ceramic design with an upturned snout and a curly tail.
Photo: notNeutral Piggy Bank from 2Modern
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