Mammoth Ivory Carvings of Old Man with Fruit
You can buy this wonderful, yet unique work of A Chinese Old Man Holding Chinese Bayberry Fruit on a wooden plank carefully sculpted with original mammoth ivory.
Take a look at the Old Man’s Cloth intricately sculpted by a Master Carver.
The figure is sitting state, holding a bunch of Bayberry Fruit made of Mammoth Ivory. He is a Chinese legendary figure and one of the Eight perennials in the Taoist monastery. He was also a monk during the Tang regime.
CARVING OF OLD CHINESE MAN
This old Chinese Man belongs to The Eight perennials Group. The Eight perennials is a group of divinity in the Taoist monastery who was first refered during the Tang and Song era.
Members of this group are LanCaihe, LiTieguai, LüDongbin, ZhongliQuan, CaoGuojiu, Xiangu, HanXiangZi, and ZhangGuoLao.
Therefore, the Eight perennials emulates the parallelism that anyone irrespective of background, age, gender identity can attain eternity.
The figure of eight perennials Group is considered as a robust cure because we are now in the supposed period of 8 feng shui. Number eight, genreally is considered very lucky, as it is the number of eternity and endless blessings. So, just by delivering the presence of any robust beings in number 8 we are already amplifying their peculiarities in an propitious way.
Just like most feng shui remedies, the eight immortals are a Chinese symbol of fortune and endurance.
Finally look at the detailing done on Chinese Bayberry. Notice how work has done on Old Man’s expression and how Master Carver managed to carve even the tiniest features in their environment.
Above all this carving is made with top quality mammoth ivory. Furthermore, Mammoth Ivory Tusks are absolutely legal worldwide.
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