Huishan Clay Figurine (Money Box)

purchased in Berlin, 2003
acrylic paint and clay
20 x 10 cm

With box

This cute little Chinese boy sitting on the floor holding a foo dog or shi lion in his arms. The foo dog symbolises wealth and good fortune so very appropriate for this to be your new savings plan. This piece is beautifully moulded with hand-painted details to the boys face, his clothing and the dog’s emotive face. He has plump rosy cheeks in a patch of black hair on top. The slot for your money is in the boy’s chest, and there is a plastic stopper in the base so that you can remove your funds for the apartment deposit you have been eagerly saving for.

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