Shou-xing Chinese God Charm
One of three stellar gods in ancient Chinese mythology, Shouxing is the god of longevity. Also known as Shou-lao, this symbol of old age and long life is a man with a long beard and bald head who carries a peach of immortality in one hand and holds a staff in the other, both of which can be seen in this.
Sterling silver charm.
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I am delighted to have the opportunity to offer for sale this rare French risqué slider charm. Made in France in the early 1900s, this beautifully enamelled, gilded 900 silver charm features a demure bather who is...
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