Pair of Stone Fu Dogs

c. 1800
$13,880 USD
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W: 7.0" D: 24.0" H: 21.5"
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This pair of limestone fu dogs once protected a grand courtyard home in 19th-century China. Skillfully carved in attentive postures, the lion-like dogs are “shizi,” symbols of power and grandeur that were believed to offer protection from evil spirits. A stunning addition to the garden, each sculpture has an elongated base that could accommodate a potted plant.

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