Post 874: Chinese China



Pair of Porcelain baby boy and girl.
Traditional Chinese Feng Shui figuring.
Size: 14″ L x 8″ W x 10″ H

Point #1, via NinjaChow, “I think antique child is a bit of an oxymoron (and creepy).” Point #B, more than one child is children. More than one baby is babies. Point #III, How do you figure these figurines are figuring anything? Point the Last, which one is Feng, and which one is Shui? I hope they don’t mind being liberal instead of traditional when they grow up.


3 thoughts on “Post 874: Chinese China

  1. Ok, spark, these are “opium pillows.” Which may explain why you price them that high.
    Calling them “feng shui” is as arrogant a cultural appropriation as skipping over their connection to the Opium Trade.
    While on a “modern culture” rant, where do you get off randomly assigning them sexual identities? Did you do this by appearance? Or some other cultural bias?
    Expect Karen and Janaet and the rest of the Grievance Committee to come occupy your abode presently, you fiend.

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  2. 3 minutes on eBay and I found the twin to your pair, and only a hundred bucks. &17 insured shipping from WI, and not have to drive to Ish, too.
    And not nekkid babies, either, you perv.

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