Fire Rooster bronze figures pay tribute to the Chinese calendar and they are a valuable artistic decorative item to celebrate the Chinese New Year 2017.
The year is coming to an end and the year 4714 is soon to begin…No, you have not travelled more than 2,500 years to the future! We mean the Chinese New Year, which starts next 28 January. It is a millenary tradition whose devotees are not only of Chinese origins, we can find them all around the world, and it is now more alive than ever.
In this way, the year of the Fire Monkey comes to an end. The Fire Monkey star sign’s bronze figure was also released by Soher last year, and some of our clients and friends decided to welcome the Chinese New Year with it. On 2017, the star sign is the Red Fire Rooster, which will bring good luck, especially to those born in the years 1909, 1921, 1933, 1945, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005 and 2017, and very especially to those who were born on the year 1957, when we were under the influence of the Red Fire Monkey for the last time.
The power of the fire will converge for a year of prosperity and abundance, but the year of the Red Fire Rooster will also be characterized by unexpected events, surprises and even disagreements or different intentions clashes amongst people. That is why we should keep us from the bad luck by saving money, being diplomatic with our couple and with everybody else and quitting pride.
Soher’s Red Fire Rooster, a bronze statue to start the new Chinese year on a good foot
At Soher we have a great bronze decorative figures collection, made by our master craftsmen with techniques essentially loyal to traditional melting methods, the same which allowed bronze to conquer practically every royal court and seat of power of all times.
The rooster represents effort; it is the most early bird. It is lively, active and it has an unbreakable will. Despite its looks, it does have a strong and haughty character.
Soher’s bronze Rooster figures, gold or silver-plated, capture the animal’s bravery and will bring the luck that you need to face the Chinese New Year.
From Soher we wish you a happy Chinese New Year and may the force of the Red Fire!