Made in China, this auspicious boy and fish miniature eglomise glass globe features one of the most beloved art of China today.
Eglomise glass art originated in Europe in early antiquity and was said to be an art that has been passed down by early Christian tradition. Traditional eglomise glass art technique is done by first engraving a picture on the back of a glass and applying color pigment to the glass. The final product is an enchanting effect of a unique glass painting.
Eglomise glass art
was introduced into China with the arrival of Westerners in China and has developed to an exquisite art form today of asian decor. The eglomise glass art of China today involves detailed and fine brush works on miniature glass surfaces. Gorgeous with brilliant colors, the Chinese eglomise glass art is breathtaking for their lively and exquisite work on a tiny scale.
In a lovely pale blue, this miniature eglomise glass globe features a boy holding a fish. With bright red, gold, blue, this glass globe also features the Chinese characters that translate into "Perpetual Abundance or Year after year of abundance". In Chinese the sound of year is similar to the sound of the word for fish and for abundance.
This miniature eglomise glass globe also has a chain of gold ingots. With all these auspicious symbols, this glass globe is the perfect asian decor in your home sure to usher good fortune your way. Whether you are searching for a decorative art to brighten up your room or a meaningful gift for a friend, this eglomise glass ornament is a great way to go.
This item comes packaged in a lovely red cloth box for protection and makes a tasteful and delightful gift for anyone wishing to decorate their home in asian decor. With a gorgeous gold clasp and a cord, this miniature eglomise glass globe is ready to be hung. Hang it from your window and watch as it catches the sunlight in a colorful and lively display. (Discontinued)
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