|Title:||TOGGLE GOD OF LONGEVITY|
|Size:||2.25" x 1.75" x 0.75"|
|Price:||Price On Request|
Boxwood carving of the God of Longevity. Shou-xing is seen seated upon a deer holding an ancient gnarled walking staff in his left hand and a peach in his right. The peach is a symbol of immortality while the Chinese word for deer (Lu) is synonymous with the word for “good income” (Lu). Consequently this carving would represent a wish for a long life with great riches.
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