Oriental Furniture Oriental Furniture 9 Foo Dog Statues

These exceptionally detailed statues are mirrored pairs Chinese foo dogs on traditional pediments. Fu dogs are said to be rendered from the descriptions Taoist and Buddhist artists heard of great lions, creatures not native to the Far East.... Mythical creatures considered auspicious in traditional Chinese and Japanese Buddhist art and iconography, thought to ward of bad influences and to keep safe the good souls in their charge. Large and heavy cast resin reproduction of classic Chinese fu dogs. Mirrored pairs, great displayed on a shelf, mantle, or as book ends. Beautifully finished, with a dark faux antique bronze patina. A traditional gift for housewarming, a new business or partnership, holiday or birthday. Statues measure approximately 7.00"W x 5.00"D x 18.00"H Added on April 17, 2013 read more

Oriental Furniture
$33.30 $37.00
at Kmart

Each one of these beautiful Fu Dogs stands six and a half inches tall and is made of shou shan composite resin in a deep burgundy ...color. These Chinese mythical guards are part dog and part lion. The male has his left paw resting on a sphere while the female has her right paw resting on a pup. These statues are thought to ward off or protect against negative forces entering a home or office. Dimensions: 4.00"L x 2.50"W x 6.50"H Added on April 24, 2013 read more

Oriental Furniture
$332.09 $368.99
at Kmart

Carefully detailed in high quality resin, these "Foo Dog" sculptures are reproduced from authentic Chinese originals. Despite the ...name they have gained in the West, these statues actually represent guardian lions and were traditionally placed on either side of an entranceway for protection and good fortune. Always appearing in pairs, the male lion clutches a terrestrial orb to symbolize his power while his matching mate holds a playful cub in a gesture of nurturing love. Dimensions: 12.00"L x 8.00"W x 17.00"H Stunning resin reproduction of ancient Chinese statues Beautiful faux patina look just like ancient stone Perfect size to guard a door or display prominently indoors Traditionally given as good luck gifts at housewarmings and businesses openings Added on January 23, 2014 read more

Oriental Furniture
$89.09 $98.99
at Kmart

These highly detailed reproductions of an authentic pair of Chinese statues are the perfect size for display on a table or bookshe...lf. Often called "Foo Dogs" in the West, these statues actually represent guardian lions and were traditionally placed on either side of an entry doorway to protect the occupants within. The powerful male lion rests his paw on top of an orb symbolizing the world while his nurturing female companion gently holds a playful cub. Dimensions: 9.50"L x 5.50"W x 9.00"H Detailed resin reproduction of classic Chinese statues Weathered finish looks just like ancient stone Small size is ideal for display on a table, mantle, or bookshelf A traditional gift for holidays, birthdays, housewarmings, or new business partnerships Added on January 23, 2014 read more

Oriental Furniture
$312.99 $701.80
at Wayfair

View All Products Carefully detailed in high quality resin, these "Foo Dog" sculptures are reproduced from authentic Chinese origi...nals. Despite the name they have gained in the West, these statues actually represent guardian lions and were traditionally placed on either side of an entrance-way for protection and good fortune. Always appearing in pairs, the male lion clutches a terrestrial orb to symbolize his power while his matching mate holds a playful cub in a gesture of nurturing love. Features: Stunning resin reproduction of ancient Chinese statues Beautiful faux patina look just like ancient stone Perfect size to guard a door or display prominently indoors Traditionally given as good luck gifts at housewarmings and businesses openings Dimensions: Overall Product Weight: 10 Pounds read more

Oriental Furniture
$369.00
at Amazon

Carefully detailed in high quality resin, these "Foo Dog" sculptures are reproduced from authentic Chinese originals. Despite the ...name they have gained in the West, these statues actually represent guardian lions and were traditionally placed on either side of an entranceway for protection and good fortune. Always appearing in pairs, the male lion clutches a terrestrial orb to symbolize his power while his matching mate holds a playful cub in a gesture of nurturing love. read more

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