Wu-Tang Clan Seal with Dragon and Tiger
Wudang is the Chinese reading for the characters (武當) from which the American hip hop group the Wu-Tang Clan derived their name. This chop was commissioned by them as one of five seal designs for use on their 36 Chambers clothing line.
A Chinese-language seal by Lu Kesi with two white characters from top to bottom with a tiger (yin) on the right side and a dragon (yang) on the left side. Carved in the style of Chinese Han dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) seals.
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- Inscription: 武當
- Pinyin: wudang
- Collection: Wu-Tang Clan
- Material: Chinese stone
- Date: 2017