Dragon Pen, Silver630322
Dragon Pen, Silver
Product Code: 630322
When the deal is done, signatures deserve the distinction conferred by a luxurious writing instrument. Silver Dragon roller ball pen features silver-plated, finely-worked cast metallic sculpture of a dragon with red garnet gemstone eyes that wraps around the lustrous black resin barrel. Screw- type cap, also made of resin, is embellished with drawing, gold on black, of a Chinese temple. Pen weighs 75 grams (2.63 ozs), measures 13.2 (5.2"). International standard, replaceable cartridge is obtainable world- wide in most stationery stores. This distinctive corporate gift comes in handsome gold brocade presentation case.
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WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DRAGONS IN CHINESE MYTHOLOGY?
Dragons, the sign of the Emperor and the male element Yang, have long been a potent symbol of auspicious power in Chinese folklore and art. Dragons are associated with strength, health, harmony, and good luck; they are placed above doors or on rooftops to banish demons and evil spirits. Within Chinese cultures, more babies are born in Dragon years than in any other animal year. The dragon is the only mythical creature in the Chinese zodiac. Those born under the dragon sign are said to be flamboyant, attractive and full of vitality and strength. It is further believed they have a natural charisma and are gifted with power and luck.
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