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Mens Goldfish koi fish Necklace Stainless Steel Hooked 3D Koi Fish Pendant Necklace Collares Collier Colar Men Jewelry collars
- Shape\pattern: koi fish
- Pendant Size:4.4CM
- Collier color:black,silver-color
- Item Type:Necklaces
- Chain Type:Link Chain
- Necklace Type:koi fish pendant Necklaces
- Metals Type:Stainless Steel
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Hundreds of finely textured shiny scales cover the muscular body, protruding fins and gaping mouth of this realistically crafted sterling silver 3D koi fish.
The koi fish pendant is attached to the chain by a barbed, miniature fishhook.
Revolutionary designer captures the dramatic motion of this koi fish out of water as it launches itself at some tasty bait.
It’s as if a high-speed camera shot this aquatic acrobat in mid-air.
3D koi fish necklace a fiery look of hunger. It’s like the look you get when you’re about to reel in a new client.
Koi fish are a hardy, valuable breed of multicolored carp that have been known to live nearly 100 years.
Some varieties cost more than $20,000 per fish, which is why koi fish are considered to be an international symbol of wealth, good luck and longevity.
You’ll definitely catch a lot of luck wearing this koi fish necklace from around your neck.
Koi Fish Meaning
The koi fish is a symbol with extremely deep meaning for those who choose it as part of their body art.
If you have been considering getting a tattoo that involves a koi fish, take the time first to learn the meaning associated with them.
The traditional significance of a koi fish tattoo can vary depending on the fish’s orientation (whether it is going up or down your body) and color. You want to be sure that your koi fish tattoo conveys the desired meaning.
Japanese Koi Fish Legend
Koi fish have a very long history in Chinese and Japanese culture.
They were originally common carp and were later domesticated and bred to produce certain colors.
Chinese invaders brought koi to Japan, where the fish flourished.
Koi fish are prominent in the work of Japanese tattoo artists because of a long-standing legend of how the fish become dragons. Most of the meaning and symbolism behind the fish stems from this ancient legend.
How a Koi Became a Dragon
According to Chinese and Japanese myth, there was once a giant school made up of thousands of koi fish swimming up the Yellow River in China.
As they swam, they gained strength by pushing against the current. However, on the Yellow River, there is a waterfall.
Once the fish reached the waterfall, most turned back and just went with the current because it became too hard.
The ones who remained continued to try to reach the top of the waterfall. These koi kept trying for one hundred years.
At last, one koi successfully leaped to the top of the waterfall. To reward this dedicated koi, the gods turned it into a beautiful golden dragon.
The falls have become known as the “Dragon’s Gate.” And legend has it that to this day, any koi that has the strength and perseverance to complete to journey up Dragon’s Gate will become a heavenly dragon.
It is also said that if a koi is caught, it will await the cut of the knife without a quiver with the bravery of a Samurai warrior facing the sword in battle.
This clearly portrays the cultural beliefs in the strength and courage of the koi