Pearl Pillar of the Buddhist Shrine
Even if the moon does not shine over the mountains, its light shines endlessly.
From the Chinese TV show that introduces Chinese national artworks, “National Treasure”, comes the third in a series of figures based on artifacts introduced on the show.
The next figure in the series is based on illustrator Rella’s personification of the “Pearl Pillar of the Buddhist Shrine” created during the Northern Song Dynasty. The crystal ball adorning the top of the figure has been transformed into a beautiful smiling girl. Each and every detail, from the gourd bottle in her hand to the various decorations adorning the tower, has been elegantly sculpted.
The delicacy and beauty of the Pearl Pillar of the Buddhist Shrine has been carefully preserved, including the carved appearance of the base. Be sure to add this national treasure that has become a beautiful girl to your collection!