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Fu Lu Shou

24k Gold Leaf Lithograph


7.5" x 9.5" frame, easel back. Immortals Fu, Lu, and Shou represent Auspicious, Fortune, & Longevity. For thousands of years, Chinese artists near the city of Nanjing have used pure gold for their meticulous works of art by painstakingly hammering the soft metal into a thin canvas. Once reserved for royalty, modern equipment makes these priceless pieces available to those of us born into common families. These famous art reproductions are thermally bonded onto a 98% pure gold base (24k certification enclosed). Mounted in a dark rosewood frame, white mat with metallic beveled edges, and a UV-plastic covering to protect the delicate gold from the elements. Each picture comes packaged in its own silk-lined brocade box.  Suggested Retail Price: $ 38.95


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Fu Lu Shou  24k Gold Leaf Lithograph

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