Carved Dragon Wood Sculpture

$25.00

Carved Dragon Wood Sculpture

$25.00

Size(CMS/Inch):

CMS: Diameter: 28, Thickness: 1.5.
Inch: Diameter: 11, Thickness: 0.6.

Net Weight: Gram N.W: 350 g. Pound N.W: 0.77 lbs.

Materials: Camphor wood, Eco Friendly Lacquer.

20 in stock

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Carved Dragon Wood Sculpture is concerned with Feng Shui edition in Chinese traditional culture. Animal dragon is regarded as one of four divine creatures. The other three is turtle, phoenix and Kylin. Dragon is also called Long in Chinese and it is a symbol of peace, joy, serenity, prosperity, success and longevity. Due to this special symbol this animal is widely used in all kinds of handcrafted articles such as bronze, jade, porcelain and more. This wooden sculpture is themed with carved dragon animal as personalized design.

Due to many great signs wooden sculpture is really for housewarming gifted hanging crafts as well as home interior design ideas. You will love carved dragon wood sculpture.

Chinese dragons don’t exist in real life, but you can see many dragon elements in China. The following three suggestions are just a few examples of where Chinese dragons “exist”. You may discover more dragons by yourself.
In Ancient Imperial Buildings Like the Forbidden City

The Chinese dragon symbolizes the sovereignty of emperors, and everything related to it was exclusively for emperors in the Chinese feudal society. The ancient emperors called their sons “seeds of dragons”, their robes were “dragon robes”, and their chairs were “dragon chairs”.

When you enter the Forbidden City, you can see elements of Chinese dragons nearly everywhere: on the golden roof, on the stone floor, the imperial chair decoration, wood sculptures on pillars, and handrails, etc.

It’s also interesting to know about the Chinese dragon’s 9 sons on the golden roof. The nine sons are often used in buildings’ decorations and sculptures. It’s quite funny that although the Chinese dragon is so important to Chinese people, people can rarely write or read the nine sons’ names or distinguish between their appearances.

Read more information about the nine sons of the Chinese dragon later on in this article, if you are interested in spending time trying to recognize them.

From above statements you will learn more about Carved Dragon Wood Sculpture.

For home wall interior design ideas please visit wood carvings.

Model: 11.

Additional information

Weight380 kg