Lovely stacking box
Fu Dog, Foo Dog or Lion Dog, or Chinese Temple Lions. Foo (Fu) means prosperity and good fortune in Chinese. These guardian dogs, also called temple lions, always comes in a pairs and stand to the left and right of entrances. Usually, one is male and the other female. Which gender can be seen by that the female have a puppy under a lifted paw and that the male have a brocade ball.
Source: Nilson, J. Gotheborg: Antique Chinese and Japanese Porcelain Collectors' Help and Info Page. Retrieved from the Gotheborg website.
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Overall Condition; minimal frits. Size (aprox): 7.5 x 10.3 centimeter
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- siglo XIX
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- Antique Chinese Stacking box - Foo Lion Qing Dynasty
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