An art collage from January 2012
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  • Cheryl Wolff "Round Circle Lantern, Bronze Glaze" Ceramic Candleholder
    artfulhome.com
    This rustic lantern will illuminate your space beautifully either inside or outside. It is made in two pieces so the top lifts off and a votive candle can be placed in the lantern on the separate stand. The inspiration for Wolff's lanterns came from an antique Chinese wooden lantern she saw on a friend's fireplace mantel. This piece showcases the combination of the rustic glaze and the Asian influence. High-fired white stoneware. Finished in a rich metallic bronze glaze. Can be used in your home or garden.
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  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Dragon
    modernartisans.com
    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Dragon is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Dragon personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Made by hand in Manitoba, Canada.
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  • Chinese New Year Lanterns - Pack of 12
    orientalfurniture.com
    This pack of twelve Chinese New Year lanterns is a colorful and whimsical addition to any style of décor. The crinkly, accordion style red paper lanterns are adorned with a black Chinese good luck character and gold tassels. Traditionally raised for good luck and prosperity, they make a wonderful accent indoors. Traditional Chinese New Year lantern. Compresses for easy storage. Use with electric string lights (not included)
  • Chinese Dragon Ceramic Wall Hanging
    modernartisans.com
    Viewed as a symbol of good fortune, prosperity and health, the dragon has been an essential part of Chinese culture and folklore for many centuries. The Chinese dragon is also the representation of the forces of nature, particularly those associated with water and weather. When paired with the Chinese Phoenix, the dragon becomes the yang to the phoenix's yin. This unique ceramic tile depicting the Chinese Dragon is handcrafted of stoneware clay and hand-painted with glazes, all high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a flowing, paper-like edge, contrasting the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. Arrives ready to hang. Handmade in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Found by Fab Pulito Paper Lantern
    fab.com
    Creating an ethereal ambiance in your home is easier than it looks. True to Chinese tradition, this paper lantern consists of white rice paper around a bamboo frame. Hang it on its own, or add a bulb to create a captivating glow. Collapsible paper lantern. Can be hung on its own or with a cord kit (sold separately here ). Care: Wipe with cloth. Brand: Found by Fab. Material: Paper. Color: White. Measurements: H 29.50”. Diameter: 29.50”.
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  • Dessau Home Cinnabar Mei Ping Vase
    purehome.com
    Crafted in the image of a traditional Chinese mei ping vase, this porcelain piece has a curving silhouette with a wide body that narrows at the top. It dances with dragons, leaves, and vines in a warm, attention-commanding cinnamon color. Traditionally used to display plum blossom branches, it's equally striking when empty; display atop deep woods or mix with other pieces from across the globe. Porcelain. 22" H x 12" diameter.
  • Lalique Large Dragon Object
    bloomingdales.com
    This sculptural dragon object from Lalique embodies the traditional Chinese symbol of strength and beauty in dazzling crystal.
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  • Found by Fab Ambrose Paper Lantern
    fab.com
    Creating an ethereal ambiance in your home is easier than it looks. True to Chinese tradition, this paper lantern consists of white rice paper around a bamboo frame. Hang it on its own, or add a bulb to create a captivating glow. Collapsible paper lantern. Can be hung on its own or with a cord kit (sold separately here ). Care: Wipe with cloth. Brand: Found by Fab. Material: Paper. Color: White. Measurements: H 19”. Diameter: 19”.
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  • Found by Fab Weaver Paper Lantern
    fab.com
    Creating an ethereal ambiance in your home is easier than it looks. True to Chinese tradition, this paper lantern consists of white rice paper around a bamboo frame. Hang it on its own, or add a bulb to create a captivating glow. Collapsible paper lantern. Can be hung on its own or with a cord kit (sold separately here ). Care: Wipe with cloth. Brand: Found by Fab. Material: Paper. Color: White. Measurements: H 13.50”. Diameter: 23.50”.
  • Colorful Chinese Dragon Resin Statue
    culturalelements.com
    Hand-painted dragon statue. Made of resin. Measures: 5 X 8 X 4 inches. Made in China. Chinese dragons are considered auspicious and are typically portrayed as long, serpentine creatures with four legs. Dragons represent strength, success, and luck.
  • Found by Fab Lowenstein Paper Lantern
    fab.com
    Creating an ethereal ambiance in your home is easier than it looks. True to Chinese tradition, this paper lantern consists of white rice paper around a bamboo frame. Hang it on its own, or add a bulb to create a captivating glow. Collapsible paper lantern. Can be hung on its own or with a cord kit (sold separately here ). Care: Wipe with cloth. Brand: Found by Fab. Material: Paper. Color: White. Measurements: H 19”. Diameter: 36”.
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  • Chinese Dragon Statue, 8.5 Inches
    culturalelements.com
    Black Chinese dragon statue. Made of cast resin. Dimensions: 8.5” x 5.5” x 2.75” Weight: 1.3 lb. Chinese dragons are potent legendary creatures that symbolize power, especially over water. The dragon is a symbol of power, strength and luck. They are typically portrayed as long, scaled, serpentines with four legs. The presence of dragon in Chinese culture dates back several thousands of years. Due to the variables inherent in the casting process minor imperfections such as visible mold seams or variations in finish may be present.
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