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Ninth Floor Wenchang Tower Penholder

Ninth Floor Wenchang Tower Penholder

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What does this Penholder represent?

Wenchang Tower, also known as Wenchang Pavilion, is a traditional Chinese architectural structure that was originally built during the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD) and later rebuilt during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD). It is located in Qionglai, Sichuan Province, China.

The tower is dedicated to the God of Literature, Wenchang, who is believed to be the patron saint of scholars and students in Chinese culture. It is a symbol of education, knowledge, and cultural heritage, and it has been an important place for scholars and intellectuals to study and pay homage to the God of Literature throughout Chinese history.

Material: synthetic resin
Dimensions: 21 cm long, 11.5 cm wide, 25.5 cm high


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