The three wise monkeys, hand carved stone panel

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$39.00

The three wise monkes symbol for home decoration, hand carved stone panel in black slate. The antiquated edges makes it a look of an artifact

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SKU: SW300102

Description

The origin of the three wise monkeys symbol derive from the 16th century Japanese culture. The meaning of the see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil represents prudence and purity. By time, in the 19th century gained popularity in Europe as a good luck symbol. According to the memorandum, carried and worn by the solders of the first world war as a lucky charm.

This stone wall panel, is a natural black slate, hand carved with the three wise monkeys symbol, the edges chipped off to make an antiquated look. Drilled with two holes on the top, and leather lace used for hanging. It’s an original carving for home or office decoration. signed and dated.

12″ x 5.5″ x 0.3″

This stone panel is one of the series that I have carved. Other designs also available in the same style. The more artistic panels carved in marble and thicker slate. The larger ones carved with traditional mallet and chisels. i can carve custom desigs, memorial plaques, crests, and family logos. Since these carvings are hand works, anything is possible. Forexample, had order to pet cemetery with an engraved face of the passed away family dog, in black granite stone.

Your custom design always welcome.

 

2 reviews for The three wise monkeys, hand carved stone panel

  1. naturelover1144

    This is such a beautiful and moving work of art!! Everything I have purchased from SAGaStone has been incredible!! Not only is the artist’s technique imaginative and precise, but the customer service is also impeccable. Every item has been extremely well packaged and shipped quickly with care. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you experience this wonderful shop for yourself! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

    • S.Gaby

      Thank you for this wonderful review.

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