According to ancient Chinese traditions, people are linked by their birth date to animal signs that define their personalities and determine their future. Astrology enthusiasts will be charmed by these beautifully rendered illustrations of the twelve Chinese zodiac symbols: the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit... read more
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According to ancient Chinese traditions, people are linked by their birth date to animal signs that define their personalities and determine their future. Astrology enthusiasts will be charmed by these beautifully rendered illustrations of the twelve Chinese zodiac symbols: the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, ram, monkey, rooster, dog, and pig. Depicted in elegant detail, sixteen boldly outlined images are finished with a variety of decorative borders and a Chinese character for each symbol. When colored, place the translucent pages near a light source for a lovely glow.
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