TERRY  r. Wolff

ARTIST•Sculptor•Woodcarver

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Chinese Zodiac Plaques

YEAR OF THE RAT

YEAR OF THE DRAGON

YEAR OF THE TIGER

YEAR OF THE RABBIT

YEAR OF THE OX

YEAR OF THE SNAKE

YEAR OF THE GOAT

YEAR OF THE HORSE

YEAR OF THE MONKEY

YEAR OF THE DOG

YEAR OF THE ROOSTER

YEAR OF THE PIG

This page is still under construction and not all my zodiac designs are complete yet. I have placed an illustration of the Year of the Dog and noted that the zodiac is not yet ready. I have also wrote all the animals in bold that are presently available for purchase.

These plaques are all carved by Raul my CNC apprentice and finished by myself. They measure 8 inches in diameter and are finished with my Doc Wolff’s Wood Tonic which is a Tung Oil tonic. Below are photos of what each plaque looks like. You can now order any of the eight plaques that are currently available for purchase.

To order your plaque just go to the below photos and select the animals you want. Each Wooden Plaque is 8 inches in diameter and sells for $65 each or you can purchase a set of all 12 for $720. I will usually have your plaque ready within two to four weeks. If I require more time I will let you know via email you. Sets will take somewhat longer.



Some Information About The Chinese Zodiac

The Chinese animal zodiac, or shengxiao (/shnng-sshyaoww/ ‘born resembling’), is a repeating cycle every 12 years, each year being represented by an animal and its reputed attributes. Traditionally these zodiac animals were used to date the years. In order, the 12 animals are: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Pig. Each year is associated with one of these zodiac animal.

Below is a list of years associated with each year.

It should be noted that the Chinese New Year dose not coincide with what we now celebrate as New Years, January 1st. Those born in January and February please take note: The Chinese (Lunar) New Year moves between 21 January and February 20. So check whether your birth date falls before or after Chinese New Year to know what your Chinese zodiac year is.

For more information about the Chinese Zodiac please visit this site https://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/chinese-zodiac/


COMPLETE SET OF 12 ZODIAC PLAQUES

Available for $720