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Chinese Tang Dynasty Basalt Foo Dogs / Lions
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Chinese Tang Dynasty Basalt Foo Dogs / Lions (pr): East Asia, China, Tang Dynasty, ca. 618 to 907 CE. A wonderful pair of Buddhist foo lions or foo dogs...

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