Taoist protection amulet, pendant, "ghost hunting" bell shaped kirin. 925 Silver and copper.
The Bell ringing warn of bad luck and evil eye.
Bell shaped Kirin.
The qilin, qilin, kilin, kirin or lan available is a fabulous composite animal from Chinese mythology with many appearances. It is usually a little deer and horse has a coat, scales, or both and pair of horns or one similar to the deer horn. Cosmogonic creature and King of animals to coat, it is as peaceful places or in the vicinity of a wise, discover is always a good omen. It also lends the power to bring a talented son who will do great things. It appears in texts (but not always in representations) with a single horn, and it is often called Unicorn in Western languages.
the appearance of a qilin China dates back to-2697; It is mentioned in the annals of bamboo.
e qilin was born in conjunction with two stars or a cross between a cow and a dragon. The qilin is like the dragon and Chinese Phoenix, mythical animal composite probably derived from antiquity, but its myth has much less well survived as the previous two animals. The Qilin myths seem to have different symbols from each other since the Chinese Unicorn is both a cosmogonic animal, a symbol of triumph of justice, mount winds County (who rode a black Unicorn) and a harbinger of the birth of boys with a big future. In modern times, it is associated with all the beneficial Events: longevity, grandeur, Bliss, wise administration, era of peace and justice benevolent but firm.
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