In Chinese mythology, a kind of unicorn whose rare appearance often coincides with the imminent birth or death of a sage or illustrious ruler. Appearances could also indicate the benevolence of living emperors. A qilin has a single horn on its forehead, a yellow belly, a multicolored back, a horse's hooves, a deer's body, and an ox's tail. Legend has it that a qilin appeared to the pregnant mother of Confucius.
In Chinese culture, objects made of jade were considered emblems of temporal powers and wealth. Bring the mystical power of jade to your wardrobe with this Kylin Presenting Treasures Jade Decoration from ChinaMaterial: JadeDimensions: 13"1/2x2"1/4x10"1/4Preparation time:> 2-3 working days