Golden Dragon and Pheonix (Medium)

$149.00

In oriental culture, Dragon and Phoenix are used to be symbols for King (Yang) and Queen (Yin), with dragon symbolizing power of man and phoenix symbolizing beauty of woman.  Apart from that, dragon and phoenix also symbolize power, energy, eternity, fortune, prosperity and love. Dragon and Phoenix together means Yin Yang balance and harmony of life. This embroidery piece uses couched golden metallic threads to add the magnificent color to this everlasting symbol.

Black mat or/and black frame is the default option!  if you want to choose brown frame or/and cream mat, please check brown frame and cream mat options  page.

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Description

Golden Dragon and Pheonix (Medium) 

In oriental culture, Dragon and Phoenix are used to be symbols for King (Yang) and Queen (Yin), with dragon symbolizing power of man and phoenix symbolizing beauty of woman.  Apart from that, dragon and phoenix also symbolize power, energy, eternity, fortune, prosperity and love. Dragon and Phoenix together means Yin Yang balance and harmony of life. This embroidery piece uses couched golden metallic threads to add the magnificent color to this everlasting symbol.

Black frame or/and black mat is the default option for listed embroideries!  if you want to choose brown frame and cream mat, please check brown frame and cream mat options page.

  • The original listed price includes silk art and mat. If you need frame and glass, please choose solid wood frame and glass option. 
  • Please note embroidery size and matted size are listed separately.
  • Susho is one of the most exquisite Chinese traditional art styles, and it is titled as “Oriental treasure” or “Hidden Jewel”. Pure silk threads make Susho a long last art.
  • Because each piece is hand-sewed, each finished work slightly varies from the online image.

Additional Information

Weight 114 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 0.3 cm

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