Woman fox with 9 tails Gumiho kyubi no kitsune Jiuweihu obsidian silver high quality from Mexico obsidian appraised

Woman fox with 9 tails Gumiho kyubi no kitsune Jiuweihu obsidian silver high quality from Mexico obsidian appraised


Shipping to United States: Free

9-tailed fox woman Gumiho kyubi no kitsune Jiuweihu
high-quality silver obsidian from Mexico

As a gemologist graduated from the National Institute of Gemmology of Paris, all our stones are appraised and certified.

Feng shui protection.

Pendant dimension: 31mm high by 48mm wide by 13mm thick
Weight of 20 grams.

Discover our entire collection of pendants via this link

Our entire shop via this link

Obsidian is a natural glass, it is produced during an emission of lava rich in silica containing very little water (- 3%). At the time of its exit from the volcano, it undergoes a very rapid cooling that freezes the crystallization mechanisms. "It's like a piece of lava frozen when it comes out of the volcano."

- Obsidian forms so quickly that atoms are unable to organize into crystalline structures. The result is a volcanic glass with a smooth uniform texture. Due to the lack of crystal structure, obsidian has sharp stops and extremely thin blades.

- It is a natural mineral material that has a composition too complex to be composed of a simple mineral. However, obsidian consists mainly of SiO2 (silicon dioxide), usually 70% or more.

- Its fracture is clearly conchoidal and its hardness on the Mohs scale is between 7 and 7.5 (it scratches the glass).

- Black is the most common color of obsidian. However, it can also be brown or green. Rarely, obsidian can be blue, red, orange or yellow.

-The color difference appears due to changes in impurities and in the oxidation state of chemical elements.

The Fox Woman is a recurring Chinese character in Pu Songling's tales, titled Liáozhāi zhìyì
It is a fox that metamorphoses into a charming and pleasant young girl to seduce the heroes the fox-woman is described as a spirit sometimes dangerous, sometimes beneficial.

The nine-tailed fox, called Gumiho (구미호) in Korean, Kyuubi (九尾) in Japanese or Jiuweihu (九尾狐) in Chinese, is a very particular fox of Asian folklore and has almost always been described as an evil entity. In Korea in particular, we can find many tales about him; it is said that a fox who lives a thousand years can then turn into Gumiho, a demonic being who has the ability to modify his external appearance, most often into a beautiful young woman with the intention of seducing men to finally eat their liver and heart!

In Japan, the nine-tailed fox is part of the so-called Kitsune, supernatural spirits in the form of foxes. Some tales relate that these Kitsune can have up to nine tails and they would develop a new one every hundred years. Because of this, the more tails a Kitsune has, the older and more powerful it is. The most powerful nine-tailed foxes might even hold the power to see and hear everything that's going on in the world.

In Chinese mythology, it is believed that all things are capable of acquiring human forms, magical powers and immortality, provided that the Moon and the Sun provide them with sufficient energy, in certain forms, such as the breath or essence of man.

The spirits of the foxes that are found in tales and legends are usually women who appear young and beautiful. In Chinese mythology, one of the fox spirits with the worst reputation was Daji depicted in the novel Ming The Investiture of the Gods (Fēngshén yǎnyì). She is the daughter of a general, very beautiful, who was forcibly married to the cruel tyrant Zhou Xin. The spirit of a nine-tailed fox who was in the service of the goddess Nüwa, whom Zhou Xin had offended, takes possession of the wife's body, expelling Daji's true soul. With her new husband the spirit, in the guise of Daji, imagines all possible cruelties and invents many ways to torture, for example forcing honest officials to seize metal pillars worn in red. Such cruelties lead to the revolt of many people, including former generals of Zhou Xin themselves, revolted and fought against the Shang dynasty, that of Zhou Xin. Eventually, King Wen of Zhou, one of Shang's vassals, founded a new dynasty named after his country. The spirit of the fox that was in Daji's body is later driven out by Jiang Ziya, the first head of government of the Zhou Dynasty, and his spirit condemned by Nüwa herself for his excessive cruelty.

In Korea, the Gumiho is still considered an evil creature that wishes to suck up the vital energy of men. For this, the Gumiho use a pearl named 여우구슬 (Yeowu Guseul), literally the pearl of the fox. This pearl would contain all the power of the creature and bring knowledge and intelligence to human beings who would agree to swallow it. The Gumiho, transformed into beautiful women, usually offer this pearl to power-hungry men by kissing them, a pearl that will then absorb their vital energy and will serve the thirst of the fox when the latter recovers it.

Shipping from France

Processing time

1-2 weeks

Customs and import taxes

Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.

Payment Options

Secure options
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns

Just contact me within: 3 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery

I don't accept exchanges or cancellations

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
  • Items on sale

Conditions of return

Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

Legal imprint