At the end of 2010, our customer Law sent us an inquiry for a foo dog statue. He was born in China, so he is very interested in Chinese culture. Law wants to have a pair of BRONZE large outdoor foo dog statues install in front of his door. We shared many photos which we have stocks with him, height 180 cm, made with bronze material, finally he chose this design.
Because it’s our stocks, it can be delivered directly. But, Law is the first time to import things We communicate with his forwarder throughout the whole process. Finally, the foo dog sculpture outdoor arrived at the customer’s place peacefully. He took photos of us. Also, we received a good review of this large fu dog statue from Law, very thanks that he shares our feedback. Hope we can work together again in the future.
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.
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Foo dog statue Details Description:
Regarding feng shui sculptures, the foo dog statue is a very delicate one. Two foo dogs are a pair, each sitting on a square pedestal. Both of them have bells around their necks. Under one paw is a little foo dog. There is a ball under one paw. The facial expression of foo dog statue is very fierce, which can protect the family. Even the details of the base are carefully and delicately cast.
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Foo dog statue placed in:
The Foo Dog Statue or Fengshui Guardian Lion is a strong sign of Feng Shui protection. Traditionally, the Foo Dog Statueis placed in front of palaces, temples, and government offices. They are also traditional feng shui symbols of family wealth and social status, placed in front of wealthy families. To balance the energy (good and bad) of the house and maximize the sense of harmony and good luck, be sure to properly position the Foo Dogs. They should be placed on either side of an outward-looking door or entrance. Facing the entrance, men should be on the right and women should be on the left.
Foo dog statue sculpture
symbol of Foo dog statue:
“Feng Shui Dog” or “Royal Lion” is a symbol of Feng Shui protection. Traditionally, blessed dogs are placed in front of palaces, temples, and government offices. They are also symbols of family wealth and social status in traditional Feng Shui and are placed in front of wealthy houses. Foo dog statues are usually a pair. The male foo dog statue holds a globe under his right paw, which symbolizes the control of the territory and the protection of the home. The bitch holds the cub under her left paw, symbolizing a strong maternal protective instinct.