Bronze sculpture of a Foo dog (20th century), with inscription in regular Chinese script under the statue (see photo).
Statues of Foo dogs or lions have traditionally been located in front of the Chinese imperial palaces since the Han dynasty. They had protective powers.
The inscription under the statue (年宣大製德明) aims to bring luck and prosperity to its owner.
Finely embossed. Details on the entire body. The photos are part of the description.
The statue will be carefully packaged before shipping.
- Perro de Foo
- 20 ° C
- Región / País de origen
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- 8×7×5 cm