This amazing sculptures of Three Lucky Gods is carved from genuine mammoth ivory has been carved to perfection by the Master Carver. Notice the precise swift strokes that have etched the delicate details with such accuracy. See the tiny details on each figurine of the Three Lucky Gods. Look at the strikingly carved figurines of Fu, Lu and Shou. Considered to be key figures in Feng Shui, they represent status, authority, happiness, longevity and health.

The star God, Fu is considered to be auspicious. He represents happiness, prosperity and good fortune. Notice the long beard and flowing mustaches. The delicately hand painted figurines show intricate patterns and motifs that have been hand painted in great details. The etchings on the Three Lucky Gods are clearly the handiwork of an expert carver.  Notice the folds of the sleeves, the flow of the robes and sculpting it in solid and fragile mammoth ivory is something that only a Master Carver can achieve.

The Lucky God, Lu stands for success, status and fame. Look at the golden specter in his hand.  The calm and benevolent look and the long mustache and beard add to the symbolic significance. See the hand painted motif of a sun rising and the floral motifs on the robe. Check out the sandals on the feet of these figurines. Each pair has the same design.

The last but not the least, the third lucky God, Shou is shown holding a large peach and a carved wooden staff. Representing longevity, he holds an important position in the pantheon of the Three Lucky Gods. Look at the upturned hand holding the light pink peach, the curve of the neck and the long flowing beard. Set on individual pedestals of carved teakwood base, the delicate carving complements the sculpture.



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Measurements :
Each God is  Height 5 cm,/ 1.96 In, Width: 3 cm / 1.18 In , Length: 2 cm / 0.78 In