Painted Ponies #1526 The Epic Horse. This pony is retired. You won't find them for much longer. From the card:
Stone tables have played an important role in the heritage of Chinese culture. Knowing this, Jeffrey Chan, an art designer for Hong Kong movies who also specializes in giftware design, concerived of a glossy black Pony on which a famous poem was carved in a manner that captured the beauty of the art of Chinese calligraphy. The poem, "Orchid Pavilion Preface" was written in 352 AD by Wang Xizhi, one of the most highly respected calligraphers/poets in Chinese history. It is a masterpiece that speaks to the happiness and grace of every living moment.
This item was in storage. It may have a slightly musty smell or have some small blemishes or dust that doesn't affect the use or effectiveness of the item. We try to show any blemish or defect as best as possible.
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