Premium Laser Crystal Figure Collection: Nina
5cm x 8cm x 5 cm; 500grams
Materials: Premium Laser Crystal
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Premium Crystal Figure: Nina
What produces this excellent product are millions of little dots coming from high-tech performing laser engravers. These are machines imported from Italy, guaranteeing that they are the latest in technology.
When comparing these figures from Kensin© to other similar products, it will be a surprise to see all the intricate and clear details.
This is another great product from Kensin© that displays their skills and quality in crafting. They have been producing items based on classic Japanese artistry and culture. Mainly, they focus on the times of the Sengoku, an era that greatly influenced Japanese society.
The Zodiac is an interesting concept that links each year to an animal. It also has reputed attributes and aspects based on a 12-year cycle. It has a long tradition in various Asian countries like Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and even Russia follows the zodiac.
For the rabbit, they are optimistic, virtuous, warm, and broad-minded. They are lovable, but they trust easily. With that, they can be easily deceived.
It is the 4th symbol on the Chinese zodiac. In ancient China, white rabbits were considered beneficial omens. They symbolized a familys well-being, and great business. They also represent the moon in Chinese culture. Some claim it resembles the moons shadow, or because of its pure aspects.
Product Details and Information
This premium crystal figure of Nina is created with the help of a premium laser. It measures 5 x 8 x 5 centimeters, and weighs a total of 500 grams. It comes with a gift box upon purchase. It would make a great display in areas like your home.
Legend of the Rabbit
Legend has it that the Rabbit was proud, to the extent of being arrogant, about its speed. He was a neighbor of other signs like the Ox, whom he always seemed to make fun of. One time, according to the legend, Jade Emperor noted that the order of the zodiac will be chosen by their time of arrival.
The Rabbit left around daybreak, yet when he arrived at the assembly, the other animals were nowhere in sight. Assuming that he would be the first, Rabbit went off on the side and took a nap.
Yet once he woke, Rabbit, dismayed with what he saw, stared at the other three animals in line. One of them was the Ox whom he always looked down on.