- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $42 USD
- $25 USD to dc1d1f022
- Number of Bids
- 3 - Bid History
In China, the dragon is regarded as a symbol of the Emperor and of good fortune. As a mythological creature, he is sometimes related to rain, floods, and male fertility.
He often hides in caves in the depths of the sea, revealing himself briefly only to disappear again. Dragons can be seen on ceramics, textiles and metalwork dating back to the 7th century.
- Gold Plated Pewter
- Lead free
- nickle free
- Genuine (undyed) stone.
Shipping and handling additional - $5.00
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