Our high quality resin statues extend the long tradition of Asian statues and Chinese sculptures used for artistic decoration. The majority of early Chinese statues were Buddhist in nature, which is reflected in our resin statues. The Buddha is a sacred figure that is often portrayed in stone, wood, terracotta and in resin statues. Guardian figures were also a prominent theme in early Asian statues, especially for the Chinese. Our resin statues boast a number of guardian figures, including Chinese foo dogs and famous Chinese generals. Many of these early guardian Chinese statues were meant to protect tombs or palaces and are often seen in pairs. Through the centuries, Asian statues changed in appearance, as new styles and trends developed. Our inspiring line of Asian resin statues reflects those changes, with statues from the early Han and Qing dynasties up to modern-day contemporary sculptures. A well-carved resin statue is timeless in essence and attracts power and beauty to wherever it is placed. Browse through our varied selection of attractive resin statues today.
Foo Dogs are mystical creatures that typically guard the entrance to temples, royal palaces and any important building. Use these magnificent gold colored foo dog statues to help protect your home from negative forces.
Known as imperial guardian lions, Foo Dogs are powerful and mythic protectors dating back to ancient Chinese times. They typically guard the entrance to temples, imperial palaces, and the homes of wealthy and important people.
This remarkable resin statue features the Hindu deity Ganesh lord of beginnings and obstacles. Here he is seen riding on the back of a rat, his principle vehicle and symbolic of a pest or obstacle to be overcome.
Monks are people who make the ultimate spiritual sacrifice by living their lives in strict accordance with the teachings of their religion. This beautiful and inspirational Buddha statue is of a smiling Buddha, rejoicing in the moment.
The famous Chinese general Kwan Kun was renowned for being one of the most successful military minds ever. Seen here in all his glory, he wields a huge broad sword and is wearing the traditional Chinese attire of a general.
Foo Dogs are mystical creatures that typically guard the entrance to temples, royal palaces and any important building. Use these magnificent burgundy color foo dog statues to help protect your home from negative forces.
The most famous of all Chinese generals, Kwan Kun, prepares for war. He sits contemplatively on a battle-ready tiger with his sword in hand. On the ground, around the tiger, are lucky Chinese coins, symbolizing good omens.
Add a nice touch to your desk and keep your pens in place with this unique Resin Statues Guarded Dragon Pen Holder. This pencil holder, depicting a fierce Oriental dragon, is made of resin and polished to near perfection.
A Chinese general on horse back rides into battle with a broad sword in his hand. He is wearing the traditional battle gear of the ancient Chinese warriors who fought bitterly against domestic and international rivals.