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Good tidings from China
- Writer: Bangkok Post Editorial
- Published: January 27, 2014 at 9:22 am
Emporium celebrates Chinese New Year with a showcase of precious sculptures worth more than 100 million baht.
Held in collaboration with Prima Art by Prima Gold, the "Emporium Chinese New Year Celebrations" exhibition displays more than 500 gold masterpieces representing auspicious Chinese symbols at the Fashion Hall, first floor from today until Feb 5.
Among the highlighted pieces, which are made of 99.9% gold, are an orange tree in a brown and golden frame, armour and a helmet with dragon motifs weighing over 20kg, and a 3D dragon piece embellished with more than 10,000 crystals.
Other works include a horse, which symbolises ambition and courage; a bucket, which represents wealth; a peach tree, which signifies longevity; a Phra Sangkajai statue, which is a symbol of wealth; and a heavenly dragon, which is a token of justice.
A variety of decorative items and handicrafts are also available at special prices.
Call 02-259-8345 and 02-269-1000 ext 1084.