Foo Dog traditionally known in Chinese simply calledshi(獅), meaning "lion", orshishi, meaning "stone lion". This figurine often called Fu Dog (or "Foo Dogs") in the West - though you may also see them referred to as Chinese guardian lions, imperial guardian lion or stone temple dogs. As the name implied, Foo dogs are known to be protects the owner of the house and bring fortune or wealth.
LIULI Crystal Art Home Deco Art Piece of Chinese Foo Dog
The Chinese lion, commonly known in the Western Hemisphere as the “Foo Dog,” is an animal known for its great luck and noble personality. The mythical creature guards houses and doorways, simultaneously appearing fierce and peaceful. Here, an art piece titled “Frolicking Lion Welcomes Auspiciousness” does just that. From the imagination of LIULI Crystal Art studios is a playful Foo Dog mini art sculpture crafted in a well-balanced shape, brightening any surface at home and bringing a touch of mythical wonder.
Frolicking Lion Welcomes Auspiciousness
The lion frolics Bring auspicious qi and fortune to the whole family Acts of auspiciousness, Effortlessly fulfilled.