In Chinese folklore, there was a beautiful lady named the Moon Goddess, who lived on the moon. Amidst the turmoil of a widespread epidemic, she sent her rabbit to the earth to cure the people. However, as the rabbit was white, which represented death in Chinese culture, he was not well received. Thus, he went to a temple and donned saintly robes. Upon this masquerade, the people revered him as a patron saint - The guardian of health.
The Rabbit God is often depicted riding on different animals, each of which carries their own meaning. For instance, a tiger offers a blessing of protection, while an elephant stands for wealth, and the mythical hybrid known as a Kirin brings good prospects on study and career.
– 85mm x 170mm x 100mm (one set)
– 300g (one set)*
Avoid placing in direct sunlight for a long period of time – unless you want a worn out, vintage look!
Dip the tip of a toothpick in superglue, gloss over the place where needed. As quickly and accurately as possible, paste the detached parts together and hold for a few seconds. Refrain from using too much glue as it can create stains, or get your hands dirty!
Tips: Clean with a soft bristle brush or water. Avoid using corrosive or adhesive detergents.
* All our products are exquisitely handmade, one piece at a time, therefore each one is unique.
The images, descriptions and measurements you will find on our site have been used to most accurately and portray the products we sell. We must advise that although we try our utmost to remain completely honest, the slight variation in appearance and dimension of our products means that they are never identical, this is an inherent feature due to its handmade properties. Hence, the unique nature of each individual product.
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