The dragon is not only a totem of the Chinese nation in China, but it also symbolizes a kind of authority or power, and its divinity is increasing day by day. Dragon has different artistic images in the eyes of Westerners. Take a look at this Boho dragon statue, these are two dragon head sculptures. You can find their expressions are very lifelike and their dragon scales are very detailed. No one has ever seen what a real dragon looks like, but through these Boho dragon statues you can find that the dragon is a very frightening animal.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
The dragon is one of the most famous symbols in feng shui
One of the most famous symbols in feng shui, the mythical dragon is an imaginary animal that represents abundance, success, and good luck. The image of the dragon appears in many traditional Chinese art applications, such as textiles, paintings, sculptures, vases, etc. Dragon symbols are used in feng shui practices large and small, from describing mountain landscapes to wearing a coin-sized dragon symbol around the neck. It is said that even the Great Wall of China is designed in the image of a powerful dragon. In feng shui, the dragon is connected to the earth element and to the east where the sun rises. The dragon is depicted as a bearded snake with four legs. Dragons are mythical creatures, and no one has really seen what a dragon looks like. If you’re very interested in this mythical animal you can check out our Boho dragon statue. More dragon sculptures are waiting for you to choose from.
boho dragon statue
Among the 12 zodiac animals, the dragon is the only mythical animal
Among the 12 zodiac animals, the dragon is the only mythical animal, ranking fourth, after the rabbit and before the snake. Legend has it that the dragon could easily have been first in line, but he stopped on the way and blew a beneficial wind that carried the rabbit across the river on floating branches. Then the dragon made a detour, calling for rain to moisten the earth and saving a parched village. Thus, the dragon is the rainmaker, bringing the wind of change, great success, and prosperity. The dragon is beloved in Asian culture, where it is seen as courageous and benevolent energy, in stark contrast to the more barbaric European version. If you want to add a decoration to your garden, you might consider our Boho dragon statue. It will not only make a nice garden ornament but also be a very good mascot to bring more good luck to you. Aongking also has many other animal sculptures on our home page. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact Aongking.