There is a beautiful flower in the treasure house of traditional Chinese art, which is called "mascot". Its rich connotation and ideal of goodness and beauty are the symbols of our national culture.
Mascots are mainly made of lions, turtles, cranes, and other animal models in folklore, such as Kirin, exorcism, dragon and phoenix. They are exquisite in detail and beautiful in plain. With their unique decorative style and national language, mascots have been popular in the history of folk sculpture for thousands of years, expressing people's desire for peace and happiness and a better life. To bring people spiritual comfort and pleasure. Mascots are very popular among the people and have their special status. It attracts the vast number of Arts and crafts workers to explore, research and apply it wholeheartedly, and create invaluable artistic wealth.

As a nation's existence, it must have its own national culture, and the inheritance of folk customs is an important part of national culture. Among those excellent national cultural treasures handed down by predecessors, we can see that literature, art, architecture, arts and crafts and so on, all of them contain beauty. Its healthy development and extension of the essence of folklore is always in the face of its adaptation to the times, in order to serve the progress of mankind.
In the past ten years, our company has gathered a large number of talents and authorized by relevant departments to create a number of mascots similar to the Taihe Palace (Jin Ruo Palace), Yangxin Palace, Cining Palace and Royal Garden for people to display and appreciate.

A Brief Introduction to Lion

The lion has a dignified appearance and was regarded as a supporter of law in ancient China. The guardians of these buildings are the gods and beasts on which Sakya's left arm serves Manjushri Bodhisattva. The image of lion is also widely used in folk. There are male lions with right forefoot stepping bow (commonly known as hydrangea), female lions with left forefoot stepping small lions, and female and male lions playing hydrangea, called "double lions rolling hydrangea". Lion dance is popular in festivals, and it is also considered as a symbol of festivity.

A Brief Introduction to Kirin

Kirin is a magical animal in ancient Chinese legend. It has scales, oxtail, wolf's hoof, dragon's head and one horn. It is a favorite auspicious thing in people's minds. Therefore, in mythology and folklore, it is always a symbol of kindness and auspiciousness. It has been said by later generations that children sent by Kirin must be good ministers when they grow up, and they can assist in governing the country.

Other mascots

Deer (DEER) Ancient myths and legends say that the thousand-year old deer and the two-thousand-year-old Xuanlu. So deer are immortal beasts of longevity. Deer often guards Ganoderma lucidum and Herba with cranes. Luzi is also homonymous with Luzi in Sanjixing: "Fu, Lu, Shou", so it is often used in some pattern organizations to express longevity and prosperity.
Crane (CRANE) Ancient legend crane is a fairy bird, God and man drive crane to heaven. There is also the saying of "a thousand years of crane life". It is the representative of auspicious longevity in birds. Therefore, in the era of emperors, cranes were used as a bird in various decorations with fairly high-ranking officials.