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Foo Lions
Foo Lions

Foo Lions (also known as Fu Dogs) traditionally guarded the entry to Buddhist Temples in Japan and China. The lions are usually depicted in pairs consisting of a male resting his paw upon an embroidered ball (in imperial contexts, representing supremacy over the world) and a female retraining a playful cub (representing nurture).

Replica of a pair of Lions at Taliesin cast in resin with a verdigris finish.

5 1/2"L x 4"W x 10"T 

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