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Vintage Money Wealth Fu Feng Shiu God Carrying Child Ivory Color Resin Hand Carved Figurine Statue

Vintage Money Wealth Fu Feng Shiu God Carrying Child Ivory Color Resin Hand Carved Figurine Statue

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  • Vintage handmade item
  • Material: resin
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The star of Fu (福), Fuxing 福星, refers to the planet Jupiter. In traditional astrology, the planet Jupiter was believed to be auspicious. Alternatively, according to a Taoist myth of the Ming dynasty, the Fu star is associated with Yang Cheng, a governor of Daozhou in Western Han (206 BC - 24 AD). Yang Cheng risked his life by writing a memorial to the emperor to save the people from presenting dwarf slaves as the special tribute to the imperial court. After his death, the people built a temple to commemorate him, and over time he came to be considered the personification of good fortune.

He is generally depicted in scholar's dress, holding a scroll, on which is sometimes written the character "Fu". He may also be seen holding a child, or surrounded by children. He is sometimes conflated with Caishen, the "Wealth God".

It is hand carved with great details and very fine quality by a highly skilled artist. It is in very good condition. Measures 4" tall, 1.75" wide. Great addition to your collections!

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We usually ship within 1 business day. If you have any questions about this item, please contact us for more details. I do offer international shipping, but please message me first before purchasing so I can make a separate listing for you!
The star of Fu (福), Fuxing 福星, refers to the planet Jupiter. In traditional astrology, the planet Jupiter was believed to be auspicious. Alternatively, according to a Taoist myth of the Ming dynasty, the Fu star is associated with Yang Cheng, a governor of Daozhou in Western Han (206 BC - 24 AD). Yang Cheng risked his life by writing a memorial to the emperor to save the people from presenting dwarf slaves as the special tribute to the imperial court. After his death, the people built a temple to commemorate him, and over time he came to be considered the personification of good fortune.

He is generally depicted in scholar's dress, holding a scroll, on which is sometimes written the character "Fu". He may also be seen holding a child, or surrounded by children. He is sometimes conflated with Caishen, the "Wealth God".

It is hand carved with great details and very fine quality by a highly skilled artist. It is in very good condition. Measures 4" tall, 1.75" wide. Great addition to your collections!

Shipping & Handling:

We usually ship within 1 business day. If you have any questions about this item, please contact us for more details. I do offer international shipping, but please message me first before purchasing so I can make a separate listing for you!

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