Shiwan Pottery Chong Kwei with Fan and Bat


The Shiwan Pottery Chong Kwei with Fan and Bat being a feared ghost-catcher will protect you against demons, wandering spirits, and intangible influences.

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This artistic figurine of Chung Kwei depicted wearing a red robe and holding a fan with a bat is skillfully hand-sculpted out of Shiwan ceramic by a professional art master from Shiwan, China. This figure demonstrates the superb skills of its sculpture and is characterized by its life-like and human warmth qualities.

Chung Kwei is famed as an exorcist and is very ominous towards evil spirits. Chung Kwei being a feared ghost-catcher will protect you against demons, wandering spirits, and intangible influences that don’t mean you well when placed facing the entrance of a room.

This is a work of art made to impress. Absolutely worth collecting, perfect for oriental art collectors and Feng Shui enthusiasts with an eye for beauty, class, and quality! A masterpiece that makes an outstanding gift too.

What Chong Kwei symbolizes and how to use this symbol to enhance your Feng Shui:

According to legend, Chong Kwei was a bright scholar from Tung-nan Shan of Shensi Province. He was as famous for his outstanding scholastic abilities as he was for his repulsive and fierce countenance. Chong Kwei who was a great exorcist was given the title “Great Spiritual Chaser of Demons for the Whole Empire” and is also known as ‘Star God of Literature’ for his literary skill. He is frequently used as a protective charm to ward off evil spirits and people with bad intentions, especially for those involved in businesses with high-value goods. Chong Kwei is also used to enhance one’s educational luck.

Chong Kwei is best displayed near the entrance of your home or office facing out so that he can keep an eye on everyone entering your living space. It will provide potent protection from evil spirits, enemies, robberies, and theft. For those in high profile professions, Chong Kwei will help to prevent backstabbing and ill will competitions.

Like any other deities, do not place it on the floor.

About Shiwan Ceramic:

Shiwan has a long history of ceramic sculpture, with many vivid works by generations of craftsmen. Shiwan’s ceramics technique was shaped in Tang and Song Dynasties and flourished during Ming and Qing Dynasties. Shiwan’s 5000-year-long ceramic making history has accumulated the rich and abundant ceramic culture, and won the high prestige of the “Capital of Ceramic in South China”. The potters of‘s Shiwan ceramic range are highly skilled artisans who have inherited and developed the exquisite tradition of Shiwan ceramic techniques from their forefathers.

Shiwan ceramics is without question far superior to any other ceramic and porcelain sculptures in terms of its multifarious techniques, modeling, vivid and realistic expression, and rich colorful glazes and painting. Shiwan ceramic artists will usually leave the flesh areas (face and hand) of the figurine unglazed, resulting in a more detailed and warm human expression, bringing life to their creation. This is a characteristic that distinguishes Shiwan ceramics.

Additional information

Weight 17.6 kg
Dimensions 9 × 8.5 × 13 cm

Porcelain, Shiwan Pottery


Multicolor, Antique-Like Finishing