Eastern dragons are described as good, kind, and intelligent. In Chinese history, the dragon is the symbol of power, and is considered "Imperial Dragons". Long ago, only the Emperor could have a dragon displayed on his robes or illustrated on anything the Emperor owned.


The dragons are said to be made up of many different types of animals: the body of a snake, scales of a carp, head of a camel, horns of a giant deer, the eyes of a hare, ears like a bull, a neck like an iguana, belly of a frog, paws like a tigers, and claws like an eagle.


Name: Dragon

Size: 34cm x 22cm (H)



In Chinese mythology, the unicorn whose rare appearance often coincides with the imminent birth or death of a sage or illustrious ruler. The name is a combination of the two characters ch'i, ˇ§male,ˇ¨ and lin, ˇ§female.ˇ¨

A Kylin has a single horn on its forehead, the hooves of a horse, the body of a deer, and the tail of an ox. Also, they are gentle disposition.

Name: Kylin

Size: 22cm x 25cm (H)