Unique Gifts-12 inch Porcelain Kwan Yin with 1 dragon-drip fountain-Some know her as Kuan Shih Yen, or Quan Shi Yin, meaning- One who hears the cries of the world, and comes.  This porcelain Kwan Yin figurine, is a drip fountain that would also be an great meditation tool, as well.
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Porcelain Kwan Yin Figurine Drip Fountain -This porcelain Kwan Yin figurine will drip water from her flask into the Dragonís mouth. First pour enough water into the Dragonís mouth until it is nearly full. Then tip the figurine onto her back, then completely upside down for a moment, and place Kwan Yin on a level surface. The water will gently drip into the Dragonís mouth until it has all run back into the bottom. To restart the water, tip the Kwan Yin figurine upside down again.
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Porcelain Kwan Yin With 1 Dragon
Porcelain Kwan Yin Drip Fountain


In China, Kwan Yin is the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion and is also the Protectress of Children. Some also look to her, as a goddess of fertility.

Some know her as Kuan Shih Yen, or Quan Shi Yin, meaning "One who hears the cries of the world, and comes". It is said, that all one must do is speak her name, and she is present to assist.
Kwan Yin is the protectress of women, sailors, merchants, craftsmen, children, and those under criminal prosecution. She is also often called upon by those desiring children or to guard the souls of the newborn.

Often, Kwan Yin is shown pouring a stream of healing water, the "Water of Life," from a small vase. With this water devotees and all living things are blessed with physical and spiritual peace.
Kwan Yin may hold a sheaf of ripe rice or a bowl of rice seed as a metaphor for fertility and sustenance.


The dragon, an ancient symbol for high spirituality, wisdom, strength, and divine powers of transformation, is a common motif found in combination with the Goddess of Mercy.

Want a feel a little Kwan Yin, in your life? Find a little space or corner in your home or room, and clear it of all items that do not feed your soul, when you look upon them. As has been said "less is more".

It is said to have a Kwan Yin picture or figurine in your house brings good luck and protection to the household and family. When placed in a room, Kwan Yin cleanses the home of negative influences, including family arguments, martial problems and illness.  
12 Inch Porcelain Kwan Yin With 1 Dragon
~ Kwan Yin Figurine Drip Fountain

In China, Kwan Yin is the Goddess of Mercy and Compassion and is also the Protectress of Children.

Here, Kwan Yin  is represented as standing on a crest of waves, from which rises a Dragon, who drinks from her vase that holds the nectar of her compassion. The Dragon symbolizes the creative strength of Heaven (Yang) and Kuan Yin represents the Earth (Yin).

Kwan Yin may be holding a Lotus branch, or there may be Lotus blossoms in the water surrounding the dragon. When shown arising from water, the Lotus symbolizes the physical existence firmly established against the sea of possibility. Lotuses also represent purity and divine birth.

This gorgeous porcelain Kwan Yin figurine will drip water from her flask into the Dragonís mouth. First pour enough water into the Dragonís mouth until it is nearly full. Then tip the figurine onto her back, then completely upside down for a moment, and place Kwan Yin on a level surface.

The water will gently drip into the Dragonís mouth until it has all run back into the bottom. To restart the water, tip the Kwan Yin figurine upside down again.

This lovely porcelain Kwan Yin figurine can be a wonderful meditation piece with each drop counting your blessings. You may then use the water to sprinkle around a location for cleansing, healing and clearing energies.

The gorgeous Porcelain figurine is done in a beautiful creamy off-white porcelain, with wonderful detail. You can see the elegant detail of the folds of Kwan  Yin's clothes, the dramatic curve of her fingernails, and even the detail of dragon's scales and teeth. It is difficult to find words to describe the detail and craftsmanship that go into such a lovely figure of porcelain.

This Porcelain Kwan Yin figurine measures about 11 1/2"-12" high,
3" wide, and 3" deep. She is quite a beautiful figure, and would make a unique gift for anyone interested in Feng Shui, Buddhism, Taoism,
Eastern Art, or Meditation.Each porcelain Kwan Yin figurine comes carefully boxed, with a description card, explaining the symbolism and use of this beautiful drip fountain.

G-KYP1D 12" Porcelain Kwan Yin Figurine With 1 Dragon  $49.95 Each
The picture does not do justice to the exquisite detail and craftsmanship
of the beautiful lady. 
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