Why is the dragon shown on most Oriental Pottery Items?
Historically, the Chinese dragon was associated with the Emperor of China and used as a symbol to represent imperial power. The founder of the Han dynasty Liu Bang claimed that he was conceived after his mother dreamt of a dragon. ... The dragon in the Qing dynasty appeared on the first Chinese national flag.
Types of Dragons Include:
- Tianlong, the Celestial Dragons, are the celestial dragons who pull the chariots of the gods and guard their palaces.
- Shenlong, the Spiritual Dragons, control the wind and the rain.
- Fucanglong, the Dragons of Hidden Treasures, are underworld dragons which guard buried treasures, both natural and man-made.
*Dragon depicted in this item is a Tianlong Dragon
4L X 4W X 3.75H
Small Round Basin - Classic Blue And White Set of 4
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