|Happy New Year??? Yes for all of you that don’t know when most of the western people will celebrate the Love & romance – the Valentine’s Day more than 1.3 billion of people will celebrate the Chinese new year that called the Year of the golden Tiger. this is according to the Chinese Zodiac Calender.
The Tiger is the third sign in the cycle of Chinese Zodiac, that contains 12 animals signs. It is a sign of courage. This fearless and fiery fighter is revered by the ancient Chinese as the sign that wards off the three main disasters of a household: fire, thieves and ghosts. On New Year’s day itself, it is beneficial to celebrate, to be happy, to have smiling faces, and to refrain from scowling, quarreling, or criticizing anyone.
Look at the Museum Mammoth ivory Netsuke of all the 12 Chinese zodiac animals with the emphasis on the Tiger. The Tiger is The main Animal on that Netsuke & all the rest 11 animals are smaller that the tiger. So this is the perfect Netsuke for the tiger Year.This Netsuke is A proud member of IvoryAndArt.com MASTER Pieces Netsukes collection. This Netsuke is made by IvoryAndArt.com top skilled Master Carver & made out from the Top grade Mammoth ivory tusk. On 1′-2′ In – The Master carver succeed to carve all the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac. The Master carver put the tiger in the middle of this Netsuke &n emphasis him above all theother animals.
You can read more about 12 Chinese Zodiac Animals in IvoryAndArt.com education Center.
See the Master Carver signature at the bottom of the Netsuke- Look at the video on this page in order to see this inspiring Netsuke all around..
This outstanding Netsuke was made out from Top Grade, 100% genuine raw mammoth ivory tusk.
Mammoth ivory Netsukes is absolutely legal worldwide.
Read all about Netsuke at IvoryAndArt.com education Center.
Width: 3.5 Cm, Height: 3.7 Cm , Length: 2.5 Cm
Width: 1 In, Height: 1 In , Length: 1 In
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