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Wudang

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. Chinese language chop with two white characters from top to bottom with a tiger (yin) on the right edge and a dragon (yang) on the left edge. Carved in the style of Chinese Han dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) seals. Note: this image is copyrighted by 36 Chambers and cannot be used without their permission.

  • Inscription: 武當
  • Pinyin: wudang
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  • Material: Chinese stone
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  • Date: 2017
  • Registry: cs354