Hitching posts
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White stone carved hitching post. The animals on this pair of posts are called Qinglong and Baihu. Qinglong is a kind of dragon that live in the sea; Baihu is a kind of winged tiger who lives in the sky. The Chinese believe that these two animals can bring luck and happiness. This pair of posts would have been used as hitching posts and placed on each side of the door outside a government building.
H100 x D20 X W20 cm
China Beijing
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