Public Outdoor Ornaments Bronze Large and Tall Giraffe StatuesJason2022-08-24T04:08:10-04:00
Public Outdoor Ornaments Bronze Large and Tall Giraffe Statues
The giraffe is an African even-toed hoofed ruminant. They are the tallest living land animals in the world, standing 6 to 8 meters from head to foot, weighing about 700 kilograms, and at birth, their cubs are 1.5 meters tall. Take a look at these large and tall giraffe statues. This is a happy giraffe sculpture of a family of three. Baby giraffes hide under their father and play hide-and-seek with their mother. Our large and tall giraffe statues are the perfect ornament to put in your garden and make your garden look more natural.
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.
Large and Tall Giraffe Statues Details Description:
As beautiful, wild, and exotic animals, giraffes symbolize sexuality, uniqueness, and pride
As beautiful, wild, and exotic animals, giraffes symbolize sexuality, uniqueness, and pride. Giraffe symbolism is also used in art to represent the natural world. The giraffe can also symbolize the distance between the head and the heart. Because they stand tall, they represent looking to the future. Throughout history, giraffes have fascinated humans. They are unique in appearance, and everything about them is huge and unusual. Many artists have also made symbolic use of giraffes. In Piero de Cosimo’s Vulcan and Aeolus, giraffes represent the dawn of civilization and animal domestication. Nowadays, large and tall giraffe statues are becoming more and more common in our life and are very popular among people. Maybe you love giraffes but can’t keep one in your house. So a giraffe sculpture can be used instead.
The symbolism of the giraffe in the East
In China, giraffes were considered auspicious by followers of Confucius. Later, however, the giraffe’s symbolism took on an entirely different meaning thanks to Zheng He, the Chinese admiral responsible for China’s status as a superpower in the East. Zheng brought a giraffe back from Africa. The giraffe thus became a great and far-reaching symbol of China, bringing the foreign world to its feet. Even today, the Chinese giraffe symbol represents Africa’s long historical relationship with China. In modern Japanese, Kylin means giraffe. Kirin refers to real and supernatural entities. In Japanese art, the Kylin is depicted as a deer. Sometimes he even appears as a dragon with a deer body and oxtail. To the Japanese, giraffes are even like unicorns: mysterious, magical, legendary, and unique. The giraffe is considered a mascot by many people, so large and tall giraffe statues are very popular among people. Browse our wide selections of other animal sculptures on our home page. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact Aongking.